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Winners at Fringe "Monsta" Awards

Winners at Fringe "Monsta" Awards


Winners are described in the following order – Name of show, Name of Production company or person, Name of venue where show was performed.


BEST DANCE

Lingering Still; Strident; Wellington Arts Centre


BEST MUSIC proudly presented by Radio Active 89FM

Zirkus goes Bizurkus; Zirkus; BATS Theatre


BEST VISUAL ART

Bus B; Kartini Thomas; Thislte Hall Gallery


BEST OUTDOOR proudly presented by Wellington Waterfront Ltd

This is a Plum; Pillowbauth Group; Wellington Central Library Carpark


BEST COMEDY

The Amazing Impermeable Cromoli Brothers; Lucas Myers; BlueNote Bar


BEST THEATRE

Heavenly Burlesque; Fuse Productions; Paramount Theatre


MARKETING AWARD proudly presented by Creature NZ Design

Bus.B; Kartini Thomas


BEST ‘ONE MAN BAND’/ SOLO SHOW

The Life of Eileen; Dawn Strindberg; Shed 11


BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN

The Silent Reflections of Hone Mawhero; Open Book Productions; City to Sea Bridge, Civic Square


MOST ORIGINAL CONCEPT proudly presented by Springload Website Design

Absolutely Positively Walking; Footsteps Productions; travelled around Mt Victoria and Oriental Bay


WHERE DID YOU COME FROM? (Best Newcomer) proudly presented by Macs Beer

The Cottage; RVAZ Productions; BATS Theatre


STAND OUT PERFORMER proudly presented by Suzuki New Zealand

Sophie Roberts for her performance in Delicates; Almost a Bird Theatre; Riddiford Laundrette


BEST OF FRINGE 06

Heavenly Burlesque; Fuse Productions; Paramount Theatre


ENDS

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