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Michael Shannon, Andre De Shields & More Honored at Chicago’s 2013 Jeff Awards

Michael Shannon, Andre De Shields & More Honored at Chicago’s 2013 Jeff Awards
Michael Shannon & Andre De Shields
The winners have been announced for the 2013 Jeff Awards in Chicago.

Broadway favorites Michael Shannon, Andre De Shields, Mariann Mayberry and more won big at the 45th Annual Jeff Awards, a ceremony that celebrates the vitality of Chicago area theater. Legendary Chicago actor Dale Benson was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to the theater community, and Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Rajiv Joseph was recognized for his new play, The Lake Effect. The 2013 gala ceremony was held at Drury Lane Oakbrook on November 4. Read on below for a full list of the winners!

PRODUCTION - PLAY (LARGE)
Good People (Steppenwolf Theatre Company)

PRODUCTION - PLAY (MIDSIZE)
33 Variations (TimeLine Theatre Company)

PRODUCTION - MUSICAL (LARGE)
Sunday in the Park with George (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre)

PRODUCTION - MUSICAL (MIDSIZE)
A Class Act (Porchlight Music Theatre)

PRODUCTION - REVUE
The Second City Guide to the Opera (Lyric Opera of Chicago and The Second City)

DIRECTOR - PLAY
William Brown, The Liar (Writers Theatre)

DIRECTOR - MUSICAL
Gary Griffin, Sunday in the Park with George (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre)

DIRECTOR - REVUE
Billy Bungeroth, The Second City Guide to the Opera (Lyric Opera of Chicago and The Second City)

ENSEMBLE
Othello: The Remix (Chicago Shakespeare Theater and Richard Jordan Productions Ltd)

ACTOR IN A PRINCIPAL ROLE - PLAY
Michael Shannon, Simpatico (A Red Orchid Theatre)

ACTOR IN A PRINCIPAL ROLE - MUSICAL
Bill Larkin, A Class Act (Porchlight Music Theatre)

ACTOR OR ACTRESS IN A REVUE
David M. Lutken, Woody Sez: The Life & Music of Woody Guthrie (Northlight Theatre)

ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE - PLAY
Raymond Fox, Blood and Gifts (TimeLine Theatre Company)

ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE - MUSICAL
Andre De Shields, The Jungle Book (Goodman Theatre in association with Huntington Theatre Company)

ACTRESS IN A PRINCIPAL ROLE - PLAY
Mariann Mayberry, Good People (Steppenwolf Theatre Company)

ACTRESS IN A PRINCIPAL ROLE - MUSICAL
Christine Sherrill, Sunset Boulevard (Drury Lane Productions)

SOLO PERFORMANCE
Alexis J. Rogers, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill (Porchlight Music Theatre)

ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE - PLAY
Elizabeth Ledo, Tartuffe (Court Theatre)

ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE - MUSICAL
Bethany Thomas, South Pacific (Marriott Theatre)

CAMEO PERFORMANCE
Callie Johnson, Pal Joey (Porchlight Music Theatre)

NEW WORK
Luis Alfaro, Mojada (Victory Gardens Theater)
Rajiv Joseph, The Lake Effect (Silk Road Rising)

NEW ADAPTATION
David Rice, Cymbeline (First Folio Theatre)

CHOREOGRAPHY
Linda Fortunado, 42nd Street (Theatre at the Center)

ORIGINAL MUSIC IN A PLAY
Michael Keefe and David Rice, Cymbeline (First Folio Theatre)

MUSIC DIRECTION
Doug Peck, The Jungle Book (Goodman Theatre in association with Huntington Theatre Company)

SCENIC DESIGN (LARGE)
David Gallo, Head of Passes (Steppenwolf Theatre Company)

SCENIC DESIGN (MIDSIZE)
Angela Weber Miller, Edward Albee’s Seascape (Remy Bumppo Theatre Company)

LIGHTING DESIGN (LARGE)
T.J. Gerckens, Metamorphoses (Lookingglass Theatre Company)

LIGHTING DESIGN (MIDSIZE)
Brian Sidney Bembridge, Concerning Strange Devices from the Distant West (TimeLine Theatre Company)

COSTUME DESIGN (LARGE)
Susan E. Mickey, The School For Lies (Chicago Shakespeare Theater)

COSTUME DESIGN (MIDSIZE)
Emily Waecker, You Never Can Tell (Remy Bumppo Theatre Company)

SOUND DESIGN (LARGE)
James Savage, Othello: The Remix (Chicago Shakespeare Theater and Richard Jordan Productions Ltd)

SOUND DESIGN (MIDSIZE)
Martin Desjardins, Andre Pluess and Christian Gero, columbinus (American Theater Company)

PROJECTIONS / MEDIA DESIGN
Mike Tutaj, Sunday in the Park with George (Chicago Shakespeare Theater)

FIGHT DIRECTION
John Tovar, The Opponent (A Red Orchid Theatre)

WIG AND MAKE-UP DESIGN
Melissa Veal, The School for Lies (Chicago Shakespeare Theater)

SPECIAL AWARD
Dale Benson

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