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Fringe NZ Awards 2004

FRINGE NZ AWARDS 2004

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Single-hander

Highly Commended Regan Gentry Skip It
Highly Commended Lewis Gibson Soundpostings#1
Highly Commended Johanna Sanders Rear Projection Window
Award Winner Rhys Latton I Am Skelly


Ensemble

Highly Commended Strident Asleep in Mid Air
Highly Commended Word Collective Sk8board Poets
Highly Commended Live Rugby Music Live Rugby Music
Award Winner The Untouchables Theatre Collective Yatra


Multiple Personality

Highly Commended Stephen Bain Turbulent Flux/ Teen Idols/ Shadowmusic
(involvement in multiple shows)
Award Winner Francesca Mountford Shadowmusic/Carousel
Libella Fa/360 degrees


Production /Technical

Highly Commended Turbulent Collective Turbulent Flux
(set, lights, sound) Highly Commended Chair Water Air Shadowmusic
Award Winner Guy Ryan and Malia Johnston Terrain


Hot New Thing

Highly Commended dGare 360 degrees
Highly Commended Silicon Planet Let Them Eat Cake
Highly Commended Grimmace How's Your Father?
Highly Commended Fiona Collins My Penina
Award Winner The Untouchables Theatre Collective Yatra


Promotion

Highly Commended Word Collective Sk8board Poets
Highly Commended Oily Rag Theatre Cafe Dement
Highly Commended Arlo Edwards Visual Tourists booklet
Award Winner Theatre Pataphysical After Kafka


Outdoor

Highly Commended Word Collective Sk8board Poets
Highly Commended Artbruit Interventions
Award Winner Regan Gentry Skip It


Visual Arts

Highly Commended Pablo's Art Studios Inc. Outside In
Highly Commended Artbruit Interventions
Award Winner Johanna Sanders Rear Projection Window


Dance/Movement

Highly Commended Strident Asleep in Mid Air
Highly Commended Punga Legs Kohu
Highly Commended Guy Ryan and Maila Johnston Terrain
Award Winner Monster To Be Frank


Music

Highly Commended Jeff Henderson Teen Idols
Highly Commended Windy City Strugglers Windy City Strugglers at Circa
Highly Commended Leila Adu Dig a Hole NZ Tour
Award Winner Chair Water Air Shadowmusic


Comedy

Highly Commended Te Coasties Te Coasties
Highly Commended Silicon Planet Let Them Eat Cake
Highly Commended Oily Rag Theatre Cafe Dement
Award Winner Theatre Beating Happy Hour for Miserable Children


Theatre

Highly Commended Grimmace How's Your Father?
Highly Commended Fiona Collins My Penina
Highly Commended The Untouchables Theatre Collective Yatra
Highly Commended The Clinic Birthday
Award Winner Wild Step Theatre Scavenger


Original Concept

Highly Commended Artbruit Interventions
Highly Commended Guy Ryan and Malia Johnston Terrain
Highly Commended Word Collective The SK8board Poets
Award Winner Regan Gentry Skip It


Fringe Spirit

Highly Commended Artbruit Interventions
Highly Commended Regan Gentry Skip It
Award Winner Word Collective The SK8board Poets

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