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 Post subject: Theatregoers' Choice Awards 2004
PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2004 4:00 am 
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Matthew Bourne's "Play Without Words" was one of
the plays in the National's cheap ticket scheme

Award for National's cheap ticket
From the BBC website


The National Theatre has won an Event of the Year award after members of the public voted for its £10 ticket scheme.
The theatre pulled in 41% of the vote in website Whatsonstage.com's Theatregoers' Choice Awards.

The National offered two-thirds of tickets at £10 in its Olivier theatre for six months last year. The offer will be repeated in 2004 and 2005.

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The "Best Choreography" award went to Stephen Mear for "Anything Goes".

Here are the full voting results:

Best Choreographer
Adam Cooper - "On Your Toes", Leicester Haymarket at the Royal Festival Hall 18.30%
Barbara Robertson - "Pacific Overtures" at the Donmar Warehouse 5.79%
Craig Revel Horwood - "Calamity Jane" at the Shaftesbury 4.64%
Jenny Arnold - "Jerry Springer - The Opera" at the NT Lyttelton & Cambridge 26.13%
Rob Ashford - "Thoroughly Modern Millie" at the Shaftesbury 12.27%
Stephen Mear - "Anything Goes" at the NT Olivier & Theatre Royal Drury Lane 32.87%

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It’s all go for Stephen Mear
Choreographer Stephen Mear has travelled all over the world with his work and has contributed to a huge variety of theatre, television and opera productions. He has been nominated for several awards including twice for an Olivier Award as Best Choreographer, first for Singing in the Rain and then for Soul Train. Most recently he was nominated in the 2003 National Dance Awards in the category of Best Choreography (Musical Theatre) for Anything Goes.
By Alison Kirkman for The Dancing Times

“I’m the luckiest person ever!” Stephen Mear tells me excitedly when I ask about his choreography of musicals Anything Goes and Tonight’s the Night. Indeed, he is not far off. Choreographing one show is a full time job, but two at once is quite an achievement. “It is exhausting,” Stephen admits, “but I love it, I couldn’t wait to get up in the mornings to work on Anything Goes, and Tonight’s the Night has been the same.”

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