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Seven Open Air Theatre alumni receive nominations at #theBBTAs 14
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Published: 14 October 2021

As the nominations were announced for the third Black British Theatre Awards, we are delighted that seven Open Air Theatre alumni have been recognised for their work in Regent's Park.

For their work on Romeo & Juliet:
Our Juliet, Isabel Adomakoh Young, receives a nomination for Best Female Actor in a Play, with Aretha Ayeh (Benvolia) and Andrew French (Lord Capulet) receiving nominations for Best Supporting Male and Female Actor in a Play respectively. The production's Movement Director, Ingrid MacKinnon, is nominated for Best Choreographer.

For their work on Carousel:
Up for Best Supporting Male Actor in a Musical is our Enoch Snow, John Pfumojena; while Natasha May-Thomas (Louise Bigelow) receives two nominations: Best Recent Graduate Award and Best Supporting Female in a Musical.

For their work in 2020 on Jesus Christ Superstar: The Concert:
For reprising his role as Judas, Tyrone Huntley receives a nomination for Best Male Actor in a Musical.

Huge congratulations to our alumni. The 2021 award ceremony will take place on Sunday 21 November.

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