Tom Hiddleston Wins Falstaff Award
Tom Hiddleston won the Falstaff Award, given out by PlayShakespeare, for Best Male Principal Performance for his role as Coriolanus in Coriolanus. The production also received an award for Best Sound Design, which went to sound designer Emma Laxton. The play received additional nominations for Best Play and Best Scenic Design (Lucy Osborne) and Best Fight Direction (Richard Ryan).
“A few performances stood out more than the rest, namely Tom Hiddleston in Coriolanus at the Donmar Theatre,” PlayShakespeare.com said.
PlayShakespeare.com is made up of international reviewers who come together to honor the best in Shakespeare. The Falstaff Awards recognize extraordinary achievement in the areas of Best Play, Best Director, and Best Performance by a Male or Female Actor, among other performance and technical categories.
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