Nominees- Best Supporting Actor

  2-9-15

There are no small parts, just small actors.

Mass disclaimer: all the photos in these nominee articles are the property of the artists who created these shows and the photographers who took them. We're writing these articles to help inform the public so they can make their decisions on the Heckler ballot. Voting will close September 4th. And don't forget the ceremony on September 7th at Orange Peel! 

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Ben Margalith, Waiting for Godot, Theatre du Pif

Lucky is a really underestimated role in Godot. It takes a lot of stamina to pull the speech off and the physical strength to handle the character's movement requirements. 


Nikil Inaya, Lear, Shakespeare in the Port

Edmund is a complicated character to play. He acts out and does unthinkable things to his family members, that he supposedly loves. Nikil gave this dastardly character the heart he needed, so you could root for him.

Read the Review.

 

Tom McLean, Lear, Shakespeare in the Port

Poor Tom... He spent a majority of this production with his clothes ripped off, no shoes, acting like a mad man, running around the Cyberport lawn. Audiences loved him for it!

Read the Review.

 

Hamish Campbell, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Naiad Productions

Hamish was last year's Best Actor winner for his role in 9 Circles. We seem to have a theme in this year's supporting male roles with madness and mental illness. Although Hamish's role wasn't the largest, it was one of the most memorable.

Read the Review.

 

Joms Ortega, Legally Blonde, Face Productions

Joms won last year's supporting actor award for ACT's You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. This year he plays a less likable character with the role of Warner, Elle Wood's snobby ex-boyfriend in Face Productions' Legally Blonde. 

Read the Review.

 



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