Guldmasken

Guldmasken

Guldmasken (in English: The Golden Mask), or Guldmasken Awards, is the Swedish equivalent of the Tony Awards, established in 1987.

The theatre award is annually handed out for private theatre productions in Swedish theatres.

Categories

Guldmasken Award is currently handed out in the following categories:

  • Best Production
  • Best Director
  • Best Actor in a Drama play
  • Best Actress in a Drama play
  • Best Actor in a Musical
  • Best Actress in a Musical
  • Best Performer/Entertainer (in a Show/Variety/Revue)
  • Best Supporting Actor (in a Drama play, Musical or show/variety/revue)
  • Best Supporting Actress (in a Drama play, Musical or Show/Variety/Revue)
  • Best Costume
  • Best Scenography/Set Decoration
  • Best Choreography
  • The Private Theatres Honorary Award
  • The Jury's Special Prize

Recipients

2006

Best Production Best Director Best Actor in a Drama play Best Actress in a Drama play Best Actor in a Musical Best Actress in a Musical Best performer/entertainer
Mamma Mia!, Cirkus Paul Garrington for Mamma Mia!, Cirkus Robert Gustavsson for Lögn i helvete, Vasan Anita Ekström for Lögn i helvete, Vasan Peter Jöback for Cabaret, Tyrol Gunilla Backman for Mamma Mia!, Cirkus Christer Sjögren, Show me Vegas!'', Rondo
Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress Best Costume Best Scenography/Set Decoration Best Choreography The Private Theatres Honorary Award The Jury's Special Prize
Linus Wahlgren for Beauty and the Beast, Göta Lejon Charlott Strandberg for Mamma Mia!, Cirkus Mathias Clason for Beauty and the Beast, Göta Lejon Mark Thompson for Mamma Mia!, Cirkus T.J Rizzo for Saturday Night Fever, Oscarsteatern Gösta Ekman Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, Görel Hanser

Receipiants from earlier years back to 1987 can be found here, year for year (in Swedish).

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