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Jim Carnahan, the Roundabout Theatre Company’s director of artistic development, was a double winner at the 23rd annual Artios Awards, which the Casting Society of America announced at its awards dinner Monday night at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles.
Carnahan took the prize for musical theater casting for “Spring Awakening” and shared the comedy theater prize with Mele Nagler for their work on “Prelude to a Kiss.” Daniel Swee took the award for dramatic theater casting for “The Coast of Utopia,” while Stephanie Klapper earned off-Broadway theater honors for “An Oak Tree.”
Mike Nichols, whose work covers stage, film and TV, was presented with the group’s Apple Award for lifetime contributions to the New York entertainment community .
In the feature film categories, the top honors went to the casting teams responsible for “Dreamgirls” in the dramatic category, “Night at the Museum” for comedy, “Smokin’ Aces” for action/horror and “Half Nelson” for independent film.
The top episodic TV prizes went to “Rescue Me” for dramatic episode casting, “Entourage” for comedy, “Brothers & Sisters” for dramatic pilot and “Ugly Betty” for comedy pilot.
Winners were announced in 20 categories at the ceremonies hosted by David Alan Grier, with a career achievement award going to director-producer Richard Donner and the organization’s Hoyt Bowers Award to casting director Marc Hirschfeld.
A complete list of winners can be found at hollywood reporter.com.
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