Awards

The Dorrys - Art

Solo Exhibit of the Year
(given to an artist or group working collectively)

Two Person Show of the Year

Group Exhibit of the Year

Public Art of the Year

Historical Exhibit of the Year

Commercial Gallery of the Year

Institutional / Non-Profit Gallery of the Year

Museum Exhibit of the Year

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The Dorrys - Books

Book of the Year – Fiction

Book of the Year – Non-Fiction

Book of the Year – Children’s / Teen

Poetry Collection of the Year

Reading Series/ Literary Program of the Year

Bookstore of the Year – New

Bookstore of the Year – Used

Best Publication

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The Dorrys - Drama

Production of the Year

Performance of the Year (Lead)

Performance of the Year (Supporting)

Director of the Year

Season of the Year

Production Team of the Year (for sets, lighting and costumes)

Play of the Year
(awarded to a playwright)

Touring Production of the Year

Curveball of the Year
(for a show that ran for a single performance or weekend)

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The Dorrys - Film

Cinema of the Year

Film Series of the Year

Film Festival of the Year

Feature Film of the Year

Short Film of the Year

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The Dorrys – Performance

Performance of the Year – Classical / Opera

Performance of the Year – Dance

Performance of the Year – Choral

Festival of the Year

Ensemble of the Year

Company of the Year (awarded to an artistic director)

Performance of the Year – Touring

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The Dorrys - Music

Album of the Year

EP of the Year

Song of the Year

DJ of the Year

Event of the Year

Loud Act of the Year

Quiet Act of the Year

Rock Act of the Year

Electronic Act of the Year

Rap/Hip-Hop Act of the Year

Roots/Folk Act of the Year

Record Store of the Year

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A couple of notes:

  1. Don’t forget to vote in all the other categories, too! And get your tickets to the September 27 ceremony.
  2. This is not a popularity contest! All nominees in the write-in categories will be reviewed individually so there’s no need to vote more than once. So don’t.