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And The Fringe NZ Award Winners Are.....

Fringe NZ is OVER and what a Fringe it has been! Big THANKS to all the wonderful participants, sponsors, business partners and Fringe Arts Board for their incredible support which has made the FESTIVAL what it is!! And without further adieu here are the winners for Fringe NZ 2002: Love the Fringe!!!

Wellington's Waterfront Outdoor Award

Nominees: Body Cartography, Busking Terror, Toru

WINNER: Body Cartography

Chrome Toaster Multimedia Award

Nominees: 5 Minute Call, Scratch, Clara & Crouch, City of Organisms

WINNER: 5 Minute Call

Golden Horn Music Award

Nominees: Jan Preston, Body Cartography, Storm


Spoken Word Award

Nominees: Busking Terror, The Past with the Present: Teuki, Wild Man Eyes, Stand Up Homily

WINNERS: The Past with the Present: Teuki & Wild Man Eyes

Movement/Dance Award

Nominees: Body Cartography, Flush: Dark Circus, Vanity Insanity

WINNERS: Body Cartography

Freedom Air Flying Solo Award

Nominees: Hey Prestonissimo - Jan Preston, Incadenscence - Paul Forrest, Felicity MacDonnell- Fat Man Fox Livingstone, Cohen Holloway & Nikki MacDonnell - If Pain Persists, Duncan Sarkies- Wild Man Eyes, Jo Randerson- Banging Cymbol, Clanging Gong, Alicia Clarke- A Bottle of Rage

WINNERS: Duncan Sarkies - Wild Man Eyes & Cohen Halloway & Nikki MacDonnell - If Pain Persists

TV 4 Youth Award

Nominees: The Rhapsody, Fat Man Fox Livingstone, Paper Crane, Leila Adu

WINNER: The Rhapsody

Radio Active Hot New Thing Award

Nominees: Leila Adu, The Rhapsody, Carthew Neal, Felicity MacDonnell, Cook Island All Stars

WINNER: Felicity MacDonnell for Fat Man Fox Livingstone

V Most Energetic Performance

Nominees: A Bottle of Rage, Children of the Poor, Flush: Dark Circus, Swingball

WINNER: Alicia Clarke - A Bottle of Rage

Comedy Award

Nominees: The Gender Bender Extravaganza, Peeling Back the Paint, Swingball

WINNER: Peeling Back the Paint

MACS Master of Costume/Fashion

Nominees: Indiscretions, Flush: Dark Circus, Re-creation, Somewhere Else

WINNER: Re-creation

Production Design Award

Nominees: Post Punk, Flush: Dark Circus, The Boxer, Indiscretions, Clara & Crouch

WINNER: Flush: Dark Circus

Producer Award

Nominees: Gim Bon - Propinquity, Carthew Neal - 5 Minute Call, Matt Saville - The Boxer, Misa Tipa - Ola's Son, David Lawerence - Hamlet

WINNER: Carthew Neal - 5 Minute Call

Primo Promo

Nominees: Strip, The Boxer, Flush: Dark Circus, Vanity Insanity

WINNER: Strip & The Boxer

Technician Award

Nominees: Body Cartography, Storm, Flush: Dark Circus

WINNER: Flush: Dark Circus

Visual Arts Award

Nominees: Seven Lonely Drivers, Propinquity, Black Sunday

WINNER: Propinquity

Theatre Award

Nominees: Hamlet, French Toast, Te Kauta, Children of the Poor

WINNERS: French Toast & Te Kauta



Shelley McCarten Publicist Fringe NZ 2002: LOVE THE FRINGE February 14th - March 16th ph +64 4 495 8015 fax +64 495 8016

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