The 2015 fosterIAN nominations

The end of year round-up continues with the acting performances that stood out for me, the ones that made me sit up, and sometimes stand up. As ever, I have used the label ‘best’, the categories should really be considered ‘favourite’ as that is what the fosterIANs (fos-tîr’ē-ən) are. So please find below the 2015 fosterIAN award nominations, winners to be announced in the coming days. 

Best Actress in a Play
Thusitha Jayasundera, My Eyes Went Dark
Marianne Jean-Baptiste, hang
Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Nell Gwynn
Lara Rossi, Octagon
Lia Williams, Oresteia
Letitia Wright, Eclipsed

Best Actor in a Play
Chiwetel Ejiofor, Everyman
John Heffernan, Oppenheimer
David Morrissey, Hangmen
Jamie Samuels, Plastic Figurines
Eelco Smits, Glazen Speelgoed
Angus Wright, Oresteia

Best Supporting Actress in a Play
Priyanga Burford, The Effect
Estella Daniels, Octagon
Rosalind Eleazor, Plaques and Tangles
Daisy Haggard, You For Me For You
T’Nia Miller, Eclipsed
Sally Rogers, Hangmen

Best Supporting Actor in a Play
Harm Duco Schut, Glazen Speelgoed
Johnny Flynn, Hangmen
James Garnon, As You Like It (Globe)
David Moorst, Violence and Son
John Simm, The Homecoming
David Sturzaker, Nell Gwynn

Best Actress in a Musical
Tracie Bennett, Mrs Henderson Presents
Katie Brayben, Beautiful – The Carole King Musical
Natalie Dew, Bend It Like Beckham
Jennifer Harding, The Clockmaker’s Daughter
Debbie Kurup, Anything Goes
Kelly Price, Little Shop of Horrors

Best Actor in a Musical
Ian Bartholomew, Mrs Henderson Presents
Killian Donnelly, Kinky Boots
Scott Garnham, Grand Hotel
Alex Gaumond, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Matt Henry, Kinky Boots
Giles Terera, Pure Imagination

Best Supporting Actress in a Musical
Anita Dobson, Follies
Anna Francolini,
Amy Lennox, Kinky Boots
Lauren Samuels, Bend It Like Beckham
Lorna Want, Beautiful – The Carole King Musical
Emma Williams, Mrs Henderson Presents

Best Supporting Actor in a Musical
Emmanuel Kojo, Show Boat
Matthew Malthouse, Mrs Henderson Presents
Ian McIntosh, Beautiful – The Carole King Musical
Ako Mitchell, Little Shop of Horrors
Jamie Parker, High Society
George Rae, Grand Hotel

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