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Crow’s Theatre and Soulpepper win big at the 2024 91原创 Theatre Critics’ Awards

Returning after a four-year hiatus, the TTCAs featured 19 winners across 14 categories, including a special citation for Daniel MacIvor.听

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“De Profundis: Oscar Wilde in Jail,” “Casey and Diana,” “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812,” “The Master Plan” and “Bad Roads” were among the shows that picked up awards at the 2024 TTCAs.


From exhilarating world premieres to thoughtful revivals of classic works, 91原创’s 2023-24 theatre season showcased the incredible breadth of this city’s talent.听

That much was clear when I and a dozen other critics gathered earlier this month to select the winners of the 2024 91原创 Theatre Critics’ Awards (TTCAs), handing out awards for the first time since 2020. Our discussion 鈥 more of a lively debate, really 鈥 lasted听more than four hours as we reflected on the array of productions mounted between May 2023 and May 2024, the eligibility period for this edition of the awards.

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“The Master Plan,” with Peter Fernandes (foreground) and Ben Carlson, won Best New Canadian play along with “Casey and Diana.”听

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Sean Arbuckle, with Krystin Pellerin, won a TTCA for his lead performance in听“Casey and Diana.”听

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Andrew Chown in “Bad Roads,” which was the sole winner for Best International Play.

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“Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1832” grabbed three awards.

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Best Lead Performance in a Musical went to Damien Atkins for “De Profundis: Oscar Wilde in Jail.”听

Joshua Chong

Joshua Chong is a 91原创-based culture reporter for the Star. Follow him on X: .

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