Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male in a Principal Role – Play

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The Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male in a Principal Role - Play is an annual award celebrating achievements in live Canadian theatre.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Winner Nominated
1981 Blue ribbon Brent Carver, Bent
1982 Blue ribbon John Evans, True West
1983 Blue ribbon R. H. Thomson, Hand to Hand
1984 Blue ribbon Douglas Rain, The Dining Room
1985 Blue ribbon Heath Lamberts, Cyrano de Bergerac
1986[1] Blue ribbon Stephen Ouimette, Danny and the Deep Blue Sea
1987[2] Blue ribbon Stephen Ouimette, B-Movie: The Play
1988[3] Blue ribbon Geordie Johnson, I Am Yours
1989[4] Blue ribbon Graham Greene, Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing
1990 Blue ribbon Stuart Hughes, The Collected Works of Billy the Kid
1991 Blue ribbon Jim Mezon, Burn This
1992 Blue ribbon Rod Beattie, The Wingfield Trilogy
1993 Blue ribbon Hardee Lineham, Richard III
1994 Blue ribbon Tom McCamus, Abundance
1995[5] Blue ribbon Nigel Shawn Williams, Six Degrees of Separation
1996 Blue ribbon Heath Lamberts, One for the Pot
1997 Blue ribbon John Dolan, Oliver Twist
1998 Blue ribbon Eric Peterson, The Designated Mourner
1999 Blue ribbon David Fox, The Drawer Boy
2000 Blue ribbon Diego Matamoros, Endgame
2001 Blue ribbon Conleth Hill, Stones in His Pockets
2002 Blue ribbon Tony Nardi, The Lesson
2003 Blue ribbon Richard McMillan, Through the Eyes
2004 Blue ribbon William Hutt, No Man's Land
2005 Blue ribbon Rick Miller, Bigger Than Jesus
2006 Blue ribbon Shawn Doyle, A Number
2007 Blue ribbon Daniel MacIvor, Here Lies Henry
2008 Blue ribbon Joseph Ziegler, The Time of Your Life
2009 Blue ribbon Waawaate Fobister, Agokwe
2010 Blue ribbon Diego Matamoros, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
2011 Blue ribbon Joseph Ziegler, Death of a Salesman
2012[6] Blue ribbon Nigel Shawn Williams, Topdog/Underdog
2013 Blue ribbon Tom Rooney, Someone Else
2014 Blue ribbon Bruce Dow, Pig

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tarragon sweeps the nominations for Dora Awards". Toronto Star, May 15, 1986.
  2. ^ "Mikado nominated for 7 Dora Awards". Toronto Star, May 27, 1987.
  3. ^ "CentreStage play tops Dora Award nominees". Toronto Star, May 11, 1988. Page C1.
  4. ^ "And the Dora nominees are...". The Globe and Mail, May 13, 1989.
  5. ^ "Nominations for '95 Dora Awards". Toronto Star, May 13, 1995.
  6. ^ "Dora Awards: Recipients". Retrieved 2012-10-07. 

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