The 2014-15 Outer Critics Circle Awards nominees were announced today, according to Playbill. The awards recognize achievement on Broadway as well as Off-Broadway. Something Rotten! received the most nominations at 12, followed by the revival of On The Twentieth Century with nine, the musical An American In Paris with eight, and Wolf Hall with seven. Winners will be announced May 11. The annual Gala Awards Dinner will be held May 21 at 4p.m. at Sardi's Restaurant in New York.
Below are the nominees for the design categories:
Outstanding Lighting Design (Play or Musical)
- Paule Constable: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time
- Jeff Croiter: Something Rotten!
- Rick Fisher: The Audience
- Natasha Katz: An American In Paris
- Japhy Weideman: The Visit
Outstanding Set Design (Play or Musical)
- Bunny Christie: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time
- Bob Crowley: An American In Paris
- Scott Pask: Something Rotten!
- David Rockwell: On The Twentieth Century
- Michael Yeargan: The King And I
Outstanding Costume Design (Play or Musical)
- Gregg Barnes: Something Rotten!
- Bob Crowley: The Audience
- William Ivey Long: On The Twentieth Century
- Christopher Oram: Wolf Hall
- Catherine Zuber: The King And I
- Joshua Bergasse: On The Town
- Andy Blankenbuehler: Hamilton
- Warren Carlyle: On The Twentieth Century
- Casey Nicholaw: Something Rotten!
- Christopher Wheeldon: An American In Paris
All New York Master Classes: Lighting & Projection attendees will see a performance of The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time on Broadway, Wednesday evening, June 3. Find out more about NYMC Lighting & Projection or NYMC Sound from June 2-6, 2015 at NYU Tisch School of the Arts and The Gallatin School.
For the full list of nominations, visit Playbill.