Nominees-Best Director


A director leads the show; is the master of the ship. A great director is more than that. A great director is a visionary and a teacher. A great director helps lead the the creative team and the acting team into making a unique piece of art, all while having fun on the way. We had such competition in the director category we ended up having a tie and ended up with six nominees.

We were unable to find photos of all the nominees in this category. If anyone has a photo of Julian Lamb we would love one for the article. Only 1 day left to vote! Get those ballots in- some categories are coming down to less than 5 votes!

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.

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*Vincent Warren, Hairspray, Face Productions

Vincent was the director on Face Production spring musical, Hairspray! It's a very complicated show to cast and produce in HK.
Read the Review.

*Adam Harris, Shadowlands, Hong Kong Players

Mr. Harris has directed several shows over the past few years in HK. Shadowlands was one of his best.
Read the Review.

*Wendy Herbert, My Big Gay Italian Wedding, WAG Productions

Wendy directed a funny and heartfelt play about you guessed it, "a big gay Italian wedding".

*Candice Moore, Glorious!, Sweet and Sour Productions

Glorious! was just that. It was a biopic about the "world's worst singer". Funny and sweet at the same time.
Read the Review.

*Julian Lamb, The Learned Ladies of Mid-Levels, Shadow Players

Learned Ladies was the first production for the Shadow Players. By the number of nominations for Mr. Lamb's cast/crew he must have done a really good job guiding the ship.
Read the Review.

*Brad Powers, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Aurora Theatre

Brad directed a large cast in Stephen Adley Guirgis' drama about forgiveness and damnation set in a purgatory courtroom.
Read the Review.



  • Loopy
    19 August 2013

    Can I just say that it's really cool of you guys to go through this much hard work to find all these photos and write about all these artists? KUDOS!
  • Janna
    19 August 2013

    Vote for Wendy!

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