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The South African State Theatre grabs 8 Naledi Theatre Awards! 

Proudly in association with various theatres and productions houses.

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Phillip Tipo Tindisa, Fishers of Hope
BEST PRODUCTION FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES (Supported by Assitej SA) (13 - 17) Making Mandela, Prod. by KBT Productions & Hello Elephant in ass. with the SA State Theatre & Daphne Kuhn for the A&G Theatre on the Square. Written & Dir. by Nick Warren & Jenine Collocott.
BEST NEWCOMER/BREAKTHROUGH (The Brett Goldin Award) Sponsored by Distell: Menzi Mkhwane, A Voice I Cannot Silence
BEST SET DESIGN (Sponsored by Dreamsets): Patrick Curtis, Fishers of Hope
BEST ORGINAL CHOREOGRAPHY: Grant van Ster, Fishers of Hope
BEST LEAD PERFORMANCE IN A PLAY (MALE): Ralph Lawson, A Voice I Cannot Silence
BEST NEW SA SCRIPT: A Voice I Cannot Silence. Prod. by Arts Trust of SA (ATSA). Written by Greg Homann & Ralph Lawson, Dir. by Greg Homann.
BEST PRODUCTION OF A PLAY: Fishers of Hope, Prod. by the Baxter Theatre Centre & Mopo Productions in ass. with the SA State Theatre. Written & Dir. by Lara Foot.The Naledi Theatre Awards have been in existence for 12 years and are recognised as the Premiere Awards event on the Gauteng Theatre Calendar. Its mission is to recognise and reward excellence in the Performing Arts, to raise the profile of Live Theatre and to create awareness of the abundant talent alive and well on our SA stages.

The Naledi Theatre Awards has honoured over 60 Lifetime Achievers: veteran artistes, technicians, and administrators who have dedicated their lives to SA Theatre, and also pays tribute to people in the Arts who have taken their final bows during the year under review.

The Naledi Theatre Awards covers all mainstream professional productions from the period 1 January - 1 December of the previous year and the Naledi judges typically evaluate over 70 productions in approximately 27 categories. The Naledi panel of judges consists of informed and regular theatre-goers, academics and members of the media covering the arts in Johannesburg.

Generous sponsorship is provided by the DAC’s Mzansi Golden Economy and Kyknet, with support funding from Business and Arts South Africa (BASA).

Sponsorship in kind is received from the Lyric Theatre at Gold Reef City; Tsogo Sun, Distell, The Johannesburg Youth Orchestra (JYO), OffCentre Design, MJ Event Gear, Jimmy Choo Man, Illicit, Gearhouse Splitbeam, AVIS and Stiki corporate gifts.

Category sponsors include: The Market Theatre, ROBE Lighting and DWR Distribution (who are jointly sponsoring a trip to Prague to tour the ROBE factory for the winner of the Best Lighting Award), Dreamsets, Carolyn Steyn, and Percy Tucker.

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