Nominees-Best Supporting Actor


There are no small parts. Just small actors.

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*Francis Chan, The Learned Ladies of Mid-Levels, Shadow Players

Francis Chan took on a role of an auntie in drag, which seems to be a theme in our Heckler nominations. You guys seem to love boys in dresses.
Read the Review.

*Michael Rogers, My Big Gay Italian Wedding, WAG Productions

For those of us who know Michael Rogers we know he is not gay nor an Italian-American from New Jersey. If you still remember a performance a year later; it had to be good.

*Harry Oram, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Aurora Theatre

Harry Oram didn't actually have a large number of lines in the play but he had to stand on stage completely still for the whole thing. It was a very physically demanding role leading up to a very emotional scene at the climax of the play.
Read the Review.

*Joms Ortega, Hairspray, Face Productions

Joms played Motormouth Mabel in Hairspray. This role is not typically a drag role but Joms was such a fabulous black woman they cast him. His performance of I Know Where I've Been brought the house down every night.
Read the Review.

*Phraveen Arikiah, Hairspray, Face Productions

This is the first time we had seen Phraveen on stage. He took on the role of Seaweed in Hairspray which required him to be a triple threat and be oh... so... suave.
Read the Review.


  • Adam Bullock
    14 August 2013

    Harry Oram gets my vote!!

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