Whatsonstage Awards – Winners 2015

Winners announced for the What’s On Stage 2015 Awards on 15 February 2015.


Best Actor in a Play

Best Actress in a Play

  • Winner: Billie Piper, Great Britain
  • Gillian Anderson, A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Helen McCrory, Medea
  • Imelda Staunton, Good People
  • Lucy Briggs-Owen, Shakespeare in Love

Best Actor in a Musical

Best Actress in a Musical

Best Supporting Actor in a Play

  • Winner: Mark Gatiss, Coriolanus
  • Adrian Schiller, The Crucible
  • David Oakes, Shakespeare in Love
  • Hadley Fraser, Coriolanus
  • Nathaniel Parker, Wolf Hall & Bring Up the Bodies

Best Supporting Actress in a Play

  • Winner: Vanessa Kirby, A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Anna Madeley, The Crucible
  • Deborah Findlay, Coriolanus
  • Nicola Walker, A View From the Bridge
  • Samantha Colley, The Crucible

Best Supporting Actor in a Musical

Best Supporting Actress in a Musical

Best New Play

Best New Musical

Best Play Revival

  • Winner: Coriolanus
  • Blithe Spirit
  • The Crucible
  • Richard II
  • A Streetcar Named Desire

Best Musical Revival

  • Winner: Miss Saigon
  • Evita
  • The Pajama Game
  • Porgy and Bess
  • Sweeney Todd

Best Direction

Best Choreography

Best Set Design

Best Lighting Design

Best Off-West End Production

  • Winner: Sweeney Todd, Twickenham Theatre
  • Dogfight, Southwark Playhouse
  • Forbidden Broadway, Menier Chocolate Factory
  • In the Heights, Southwark Playhouse
  • Oh, the Humanity and Other Good Intentions, Tabard Theatre

Best Regional Production

  • Winner: Oliver!, Sheffield Crucible
  • Guys and Dolls, Chichester Festival Theatre
  • Gypsy, Chichester Festival Theatre
  • The Kite Runner, Nottingham Playhouse
  • Water Babies, Curve Leicester

Best Takeover in a Role

Best West End Show

👤 📅16 February 2015

📷 Main photo: Whatsonstage Awards – Nominations Shortlist 2015

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