Best Ensemble

Matt Tully, as ego-driven protagonist Henry Mann, factored in every scene in Steve Spehar's riveting, kaleidoscopic play about a once-lauded theater director mounting his own death based on a dream. But the show was grounded in the exceptional work of the seven-person ensemble, which included Tully, Frank Tryon, Melisa Cole, Britt Dawson, Paul Burt, Darri Kristin and Terri Mowrey. Though some had larger roles than others, each performer carved out his or her own niche, particularly in the long farcical scene in the second act, which demanded impeccable timing and everyone's ability to keep his or her head screwed on straight in the middle of an existentially absurd cockfight.

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