Best Female Theatre Actor

Sue Leblanc-Crawford

Stardom, amongst Coast readers, anyway, is “very nice,” says Sue Leblanc-Crawford, though she won’t be going solo and leaving behind her “pool of great actors” in Zuppa Circus anytime soon. After a busy year and a successful local run of their show Penny Dreadful in October, the theatre company will be remount the historical drama next spring in Boston and Vancouver. And when LeBlanc-Crawford isn’t building her fanbase on stage, she’s doing it in the classroom, teaching 1st year acting at Dalhousie and Shakespeare and Public Speaking to students at Armbrae Academy.

First runner up: Jennifer Overton

Second runner up: Samantha Madore