Best Actor

Andrew May

In an era during which true glamour has become a precious commodity, the Play House's Andrew May has generated it in abundance. He pairs that attribute with technical finesse rarely seen outside a classical repertory company, giving audiences in the last year alone a boyishly maniacal John Barrymore, a chillingly precise Pinter adulterer, and best of all, his frantic playwright in The Infinite Regress of Human Vanity. At a time when the power of live theater has been severely diminished, he is one of the few local actors who still commands a loyal following.

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