Helpmann Award for Best Regional Touring Production

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The Helpmann Award for Best Regional Touring Production is an award, presented by Live Performance Australia at the annual Helpmann Awards since 2007.[1] In the following list winners are listed first and marked in gold, in boldface, and the nominees are listed below with no highlight.

Winners and nominees[edit]

   Winners are listed first and marked in a separate colour, in boldface.
Year Title Production company(ies)
2007
(7th)
Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks Ensemble Productions with Christine Dunstan Productions
2007
(7th)
Cosentino "Evolution" Cosentino Entertainment
2007
(7th)
The Messiah HotHouse Theatre
2008
(8th)
Keating! Company B
2008
(8th)
Mr McGee and the Biting Flea Patch Theatre Company
2008
(8th)
True Stories Bangarra Dance Theatre
2008
(8th)
Heroes Queensland Theatre Company
2008
(8th)
Wendy Harmer's Pearlie in the Park Monkey Baa Theatre for Young People
2009
(9th)
The 39 Steps Fiery Angel Ltd and Kay & McLean Productions Pty Ltd
2009
(9th)
Emily Loves to Bounce Patch Theatre Company
2009
(9th)
The Arrival Spare Parts Puppet Theatre and Country Arts WA
2009
(9th)
The Gathering Taikoz
2010
(10th)
True Stories Bangarra Dance Theatre
2010
(10th)
The Kursk Critical Stages and Matrix Theatre
2010
(10th)
The Age I'm In Force Majeure and Performing Lines
2010
(10th)
Letter's End by Wolfe Bowart Spoon Tree Productions
2011
(11th)
Mathinna Bangarra Dance Theatre
2011
(11th)
Red Sky Morning Red Stitch Actors Theatre and Performing Lines
2011
(11th)
Untrained Lucy Guerin Inc
2011
(11th)
Tuesdays with Morrie Ensemble Productions
2012
(12th)
Namatjira Big hART
2012
(12th)
Julius Caesar Bell Shakespeare
2012
(12th)
Africa My Darling Patricia, Marguerite Pepper Productions, Performing Lines. A Malthouse Theatre
2012
(12th)
Rainbow's End Riverside Productions
2013
(13th)
CIRCA Performing Lines for Road Work
2013
(13th)
Of earth & sky Bangarra Dance Theatre
2013
(13th)
The Land of Yes & The Land of No Sydney Dance Company
2013
(13th)
The Disappearances Project Version 1.0

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About". Helpmann Awards. Live Performance Australia. Archived from the original on 12 January 2012. Retrieved 2011-010-03.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  2. ^ "Nominees". Helpmann Awards. Live Performance Australia. Archived from the original on 6 December 2008. Retrieved 2011-010-03.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)

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