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Alfréd Radok Awards

The Alfréd Radok Awards (Ceny Alfréda Radoka) are presented annually by the Endowment for the Alfréd Radok Awards in collaboration with the Aura–Pont agency and the magazine Svět a Divadlo (The World and Theatre) for achievements in Czech theatre.[1] The prize for Best Performance was first awarded in 1992. In 1995, the categories of Best Play, Best Stage Design, Talent of the Year, Theatre of the Year, Best Actor and Best Actress were created. The winners are selected by vote by theatre critics.

Winners in the principal categories have been as follows.

Contents

  • Best Actor 1
  • Best Actress 2
  • Best Play 3
  • Talent 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Best Actor

Ivan Řezáč for Arnolphe in The School for Wives
Ivan Trojan for Léon Theremin in Teremin
Jan Budař for Mr. Stavrogin in The Devils
Alois Švehlík for He in From the Unknown
Richard Krajčo for title role in Die Hamletmaschine
Jiří Langmajer for title role in Hamlet
Martin Huba for Sir in The Dresser
Jaromír Dulava for Coleman Connor in The Lonesome West

Best Actress

Best Play

Talent

References

  1. ^ "VÁCLAV HAVEL'S 'LEAVING' NOMINATED FOR RADOK AWARDS", ARCHA Theatre

External links

  • Official site
  • Official SiteSvět a Divadlo
  • Aura–Pont official site
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