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Fringe Winners Celebrated


Fringe Winners Celebrated

Hundreds of art practitioners gathered to celebrate the end of the tenth annual Fringe NZ Festival on Sunday 9 March. The glitterati gathered at the Paramount Theatre in Courtenay Place to receive and applaud the Fringe NZ Stellar Awards.

Sixteen awards were presented along with the Pelorus Trust Creativity Grant - $2,000 given to Lagoon, by The Body Cartography Project as the Fringe act that best exemplified innovative, imaginative, exciting and Fringe-style art.

A full list of the 2003 Fringe NZ Festival Stellar Awards is as follows (nominees listed with winners at the end).

V Most Energetic Performance Lunatic Cabaret Perfect Pool Winner - Te Ao Marama

Lambton Harbour Management Outdoor Award ArrRghT Circumspect Winner - Lagoon

Multimedia Award Dreamland 3D Magellan Winner - Dislocation (Silence)

AMBA Music Award Natasha Tama, Just A Boy Winner - Blue Eyes

Radio Active Hot New Thing Cathie Sheat, Dragnificent Helena Easton, Paul's Parables Winner - Jamie McCaskill, Wassup Bro

BASE TWO Primo Promo Award Tama, Just A Boy The Christian Brothers Urban Drift Winner - Potted

Dance Award Midnight's Laughter Perforum Winner - RADIO

Macs Breweries Costume Fashion Award Infinite Possibilities Quiddity Winner - Paua Girls

Breathe Communications Production Design Award Infinite Possibilities Midnight’s Laughter Winner - Te Ao Marama

Technical Excellence Award Infinite Possibilities Te Ao Marama Urban Drift Winner - ArrRghT

Single Hander Award Regan Gentry, ArrRghT Brian Hotter, Kelly Winner - Guy Masterson, Fern Hill and other Dylan Thomas

Comedy Award Dragnificent The Clan of the Puppet Ninja Winner - Micetro

Producer Award Potted The Christian Brothers Winner - Te Ao Marama

Visual Art Award Looking for Love Te Whanganui a Tara Winner - Wings

Theatre Award Howie the Rookie Te Ao Marama Wassup Bro Winner - Perfect Pool

Pelorus Trust Creativity Award Winner - Lagoon, Body Cartography Project


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