Winners of theatre awards announced

THE RESULTS of Slovak theatre's Dosky Awards for the 2002/2003 season were officially announced during the Nitra Theatre Festival on September 26.
The award for the season's best production went to Nitra's Andrej Bagar Theatre's production of Anton Pavlovich Chekhov's The Three Sisters. The director of the play, Svetozár Sprušanský, also won the best director award. The best female actor award was given to Anna Šišková for portraying the character of the Young Woman in Neil LaBute's Bash: plays of recent days, directed by British dramatist Jan-Willem van den Bosch.


THE DOSKY winner: The Three Sisters by Sprušanský.
photo: Courtesy of Nitra Theatre Festival

THE RESULTS of Slovak theatre's Dosky Awards for the 2002/2003 season were officially announced during the Nitra Theatre Festival on September 26.

The award for the season's best production went to Nitra's Andrej Bagar Theatre's production of Anton Pavlovich Chekhov's The Three Sisters. The director of the play, Svetozár Sprušanský, also won the best director award. The best female actor award was given to Anna Šišková for portraying the character of the Young Woman in Neil LaBute's Bash: plays of recent days, directed by British dramatist Jan-Willem van den Bosch. Actor Milan Lasica won the best male actor award for the character of Henri in Yasmina Reza's Life x 3. The contemporary ballet Rasputin staged at the Slovak National Theatre, choreographed by Ján Ďurovčík, won the best stage design award (set designer Boris Kudlička).

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