Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Direction of a Play

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The Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Direction of a Play/Musical is an annual award celebrating achievements in Toronto theatre.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Winner Nominated
1980 Blue ribbon Guy Sprung, Balconville and Paper Wheat
1981 Blue ribbon George F. Walker, Theatre of the Film Noir
1982 Blue ribbon Richard Rose, Tamara
1983 Blue ribbon Guy Sprung, Translations
1984 Blue ribbon Bill Glassco, Cloud Nine
1985 Blue ribbon Derek Goldby, Uncle Vanya
1986 Blue ribbon Richard Greenblatt, The Miracle Worker
1987 Blue ribbon Bob Baker, B-Movie: The Play
1988 Blue ribbon Larry Lillo, A Lie of the Mind
1989 Blue ribbon Robert Lepage, The Dragons Trilogy
1990 Blue ribbon JoAnn McIntyre, The Collected Works of Billy the Kid
1991 Blue ribbon Richard Monette, Saint Joan
1992 Blue ribbon Neil Munro, Hamlet
1993 Blue ribbon Harold Prince, Kiss of the Spider Woman
1994 Blue ribbon Mike Ockrent, Crazy for You
1995 Blue ribbon Des McAnuff, Tommy
1996 Blue ribbon Robert Lepage, The Seven Streams of the River Ota
1997 Blue ribbon Frank Galati, Ragtime
1998 Blue ribbon Ian Prinsloo, Patience
1999 Blue ribbon Soheil Parsa and Aurash Miles Potter, The Drawer Boy
2000 Blue ribbon László Marton, Platonov
2001 Blue ribbon Ian McElhinney, Stones in His Pockets
2002 Blue ribbon Jim Warren, The Bald Soprano
2003 Blue ribbon Morris Panych, Girl in the Goldfish Bowl
2004 Blue ribbon Richard Rose, Remnants
2005 Blue ribbon Ken Gass, The Leisure Society
2006 Blue ribbon Nigel Shawn Williams, The Monument
2007 Blue ribbon Richard Rose, Scorched
2008 Blue ribbon Alisa Palmer, Top Girls
2009 Blue ribbon Ed Roy, Agokwe
2010 Blue ribbon Morris Panych, Parfumerie
2011 Blue ribbon Brendan Healy, Blasted
2012 Blue ribbon Philip Akin, Topdog/Underdog
2013 Blue ribbon Chris Abraham, The Little Years
2014 Blue ribbon
2015 Blue ribbon
2016 Blue ribbon
2017 Blue ribbon
2018 Blue ribbon Mitchell Cushman, Jerusalem

References[edit]

  • "Dora Awards: Recipients" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-10-29. Retrieved 2012-10-07.

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