BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A MUSICAL
Chris Howell, 42nd Street
Dex Lee, Five Guys Named Moe
George Sampson, Our House
Rob Fowler, Bat Out of Hell
Ross Noble, Young Frankenstein
Not made it to Five Guys Named Moe yet and I do love Lee, but on those I've seen, Fowler gets it, not least for his sizzling chemistry with Sharon Sexton (sadly overlooked below). I think Fowler will win this one too.
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A MUSICAL SPONSORED BY NEWMAN DISPLAYS
Clare Halse, 42nd Street
Danielle Steers, Bat Out of Hell
Lucie Shorthouse, Everybody's Talking About Jamie
Tracie Bennett, Follies
Zoe Rainey, An American in Paris
As with the Best Actress category, this is a Follies/Jamie dust-up - think Shorthouse nicks it this time though. And I'd like to think she'll emerge as the winner too, one of the most feel-good performances from a feel-good show.
Labels: Christopher Howell, Clare Halse, Danielle Steers, Dex Lee, George Sampson, Lucie Shorthouse, Rob Fowler, Ross Noble, Tracie Bennett, WOS Awards, Zoe Rainey