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Here are the Fragments, Prophecy Fog,
and No Foreigners all nominated for Dora Awards!

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Photo credit: (top right) Peter Bailey in Here are the Fragments, photo by Dahlia Katz; (bottom left) Jani Lauzon in Prophecy Fog, photo by Dahlia Katz; (bottom right) No Foreigners process shot, image courtesy of Hong Kong Exile and fu-GEN Theatre

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Congratulations to all the 2020 Dora Award nominees! We’re honoured to have three productions nominated this year; congrats to the nominees and to the teams of Here are the Fragments, Prophecy Fog, and No Foreigners. It was a pleasure working with you and we are thrilled for you all!

Please join us in congratulating:

Nick Murray, nominated for Outstanding Sound Design/Composition
for Here Are the Fragments (Co-produced by The ECT Collective and The Theatre Centre, Developed in Residency at The Theatre Centre)

Jani Lauzon, nominated for Outstanding New Play AND Outstanding Performance by an Individual for Prophecy Fog (Co-produced by The Theatre Centre and Paper Canoe Projects in association with Nightswimming Theatre. Initially developed through The Theatre Centre’s Tracy Wright Global Archive)

Melissa Joakim, nominated for Outstanding Scenic Design for Prophecy Fog

David Yee, nominated for Outstanding New Play for No Foreigners (a Hong Kong Exile and fu-GEN Theatre production presented by The Theatre Centre)

Remy Siu and Natalie Tin Yin Gan/Milton Lim and Remy Siu, nominated for Outstanding Scenic Design and Outstanding Projection Design for No Foreigners

Milton Lim and Remy Siu, nominated for Outstanding Sound Design/Composition for No Foreigners.

We're so fortunate to get to work with, and support, such amazing artists at The Theatre Centre. Congrats again to all! Thank you to Residency Lead Sponsor BMO Financial for supporting the incubation and development of new work, like Here are the Fragments.

For the full list of nominees, click here.

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