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Madeline Duffy received the Winnie Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her part in “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.”

The 71st annual Warehouse Theatre Company Winnie Awards — the Warehouse equivalents of the Tonys — were presented Sunday by the theater nonprofit.

Along with the presentation of awards honoring actors, actresses, directors, more than 100 guests got to see re-creations of favorite scenes from the 2018-19 season and enjoyed a sneak peek of 2019-20.

The recipients:

  • Best Actress in a Leading Role: Madeline Duffy, “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”
  • Best Actor in a Leading Role: Jim Denison, “Suite Surrender”
  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Megan Antles-Faulk, “Suite Surrender”
  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role: Cody Jordan, “Suite Surrender”
  • Best Director: Stephen Clark, “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”
  • Best Set Design: Stephen Clark, “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”
  • Best Light Design: Sandi Cok, “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”
  • Best Light Design: Stephen Clark, “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”
  • Best Costume Design (tie): Mary Kloster, “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”
  • Best Costume Design (tie): Bonny Alkofer, “Beehive, the ’60s Musical”
  • Best Show: Stephen Clark, director; and Pat Seely, producer; “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”
  • President’s Award of Appreciation: Moe Broom
  • Gilbert-Seely Award: Pat Seely
  • Bootsy Semon Award: Bonny Alkofer
  • Outstanding Newcomer: Cody Jordan
  • President’s Award of Appreciation: Moe Broom

Director’s Choice

“Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”: Megan Sevigny

“Suite Surrender”: Mary Kloster

“A Christmas Story, the Musical”: Aimee Hostetler

“The Butler Did It”: Selene Ramirez Fonse

“Beehive”: Allen Van Vleck

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