This is a development page. The final categories will be chosen from these based upon your votes.
Click an underlined award title to go to a detail page. 13 done, a bakers dozen.
One Mo Time Award - presented to the theater company that just had to do that same show One Mo Time.
Emoticon Award - presented to writer of the best emotional post on Syracuse Theater Forum.
Kerri Strug Award - presented to the actor who performs while hurt or violently ill.
China Syndrome Award - presented to the director who has the worst meltdown during tech week.
Apollo 13 Award - "Houston we have a problem" best (or worst) technical failure.
Westinghouse Award - presented to the company for that shock value show, the one with no real plot.
Back to the Future Award * - presented to the show that gets the most nominations in the wrong year.
Art Schwimmerman Award - presented to for the most egregiuosly mispleed name in a program or review.
Lincoln Memorial Award - presented to the performer who is determined by the following formula.
Ts-Sw/NoA/Tc = X or Total Stage time minus Spoken Words divided by Number of Acts then divided by the Total Cast size.
Bust Her Keaton Award - presented to the best accidental or deliberate prat fall. Kirstie Alley Award - presented to the dessert theater company with the best desserts.
Trash Dot Award - presented to the theater company with the most dead or ancient web page.
Piece Error Award - presented for the most anachronistic or out of time set piece or costume.
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Lolita Clark Award - presented for a role where the performers actual, chronological age is highly suspect. Put Me In Coach Award - presented to the aspiring performer who volunteers for every role regardless of lines or time on stage. A trooper among troopers. Dilapidated Depilatory Award - presented for a too much or too little facial or body hair. White Rabbit Award - presented to the company with the most confusing schedule of shows, forcing patrons to be late, for a very important date!
Help us by emailing your ideas, flames, rants or whatever to the email below. We are working hard (okay not really hard just when we have time) to bring you the best parody site we can. We are in need of web coders with a sense of humor. If you have skills and would like to help send us an email and include links to your work. If you really need to know who's behind this endeavor send an email but please know that we'll "out" ourselves when the real site goes up.
* - credit to BalaamsAss on the theater forum