Dorrys Voting – Performing Arts
It’s time for the 2019 Dorrys, a reader-selected celebration of achievement in performing, visual, and literary arts.
This year's awards celebrate performances that took place between September 1, 2018 and August 31, 2019.
What to know:
1. You can vote in as many (or as few) categories as you wish, but you can only vote once in each category. Duplicate votes will ALL be discarded.
2. Nominees are listed in randomly generated order.
3. Reader votes will account for 50% of the final decision. Juries of experts in each field will cast votes accounting for the other 50% of the final decision.
4. Since the awards are by, for, and about Law and Order Party readers, voting is only open to current email subscribers. If you've previously unsubscribed yourself, you'll need to resubscribe for your vote to count. You’re invited to submit nominations in as many (or as few) categories as you wish.
Voting runs through November 1 at 11:59pm EDT. Winners will be announced online on Tuesday, November 12. There will be no live ceremony this year, but there will be a Dorrys reception happening at a later date.
Dance Performance of the Year
Everett, Good Grief
Festival Ballet, Mirrors (The VETS)
TAPA Dance Company, She // Femme // Them (Everett)
yon Tande/Denizen Arts, 9Roads and Other Dances (Rhode Island College)
Island Moving Company, Second Star to the Right: A Tale of Hook and Pan (Fort Adams State Park)
JUMP!, Dancing on the Boulevard
Classical/Opera Event of the Year
RI Philharmonic, Armistice Centennial
Salt Marsh Opera, La Boheme
Eric Nathan, Some Favored Nook (FirstWorks)
Rachel Hanauer, Who's Calling?: Three One-Act Operas (Contemporary Theatre Company)
Verdant Vibes Spring Festival
Aurea Ensemble, On This Land
Bach to the Future VI
Voices from Syria: MusicWorks Collective with Kinan Azmeh (Community MusicWorks)
Performing Arts Festival of the Year
URI Guitar Festival
Providence Movement Festival 2019 (AS220)
Newport Music Festival
Newport Dance Festival
Spring Festival Of Dance (Brown University Theatre Arts & Performance Studies)
Choral Performance of the Year
Chorus of Westerly, This Is the Day
Collegium Ancora, Israel in Egypt
Assembly of Light Choir, She Died for Our Convenience (Strange Attractor)
Schiller Institute Chorus, A Concert for Freedom: African-American Spirituals (Stages of Freedom)
Providence Singers, The Heart of the Singer
Touring Performance of the Year
Young@Heart, Catching Up to the Counterculture (RIC)
Heifetz on Tour (Jamestown Arts Center)
Nordic Voices (Museum Concerts of RI)
Kukuruz Quartet, Julius Eastman and New Works (Brown)
Your Ocean, My Ocean (Brown)
Rennie Harris Puremovement, Nuttin’ But a Word (RIC)
Pilobolus, Come to Your Senses (FirstWorks)
Best Local Ensemble
Tenderloin Opera Company
Extraordinary Rendition Band
Performing Arts Series of the Year
Music at the Farm (Grace Note Farm)
RI Philharmonic Summer Pops
560 Experience Summer Concert Series (Mixed Magic Theatre)
Music Mansion First Fridays
Non-Profit / Community Organization of the Year (Performing Arts)
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