Here's how talented last night's Obie Award winner James Sugg is: he got me a job as the Philadelphia Inquirer's theater critic without even knowing it. Sugg is a member of Philly's own polymorphous and occasionally perverse troupe Pig Iron Theatre Company. Sugg first showed up on the local stage in 1998 and astonished audiences as a sort of one-man-band in Gentlemen Volunteers, (At right: Dito Van Riegersberg and Gabriel Quinn Beauriedel) a musical-ish examination of World War I ambulance drivers, Ernest Hemingway included. I wasn't working at the time, which meant I actually had to pay for my tickets, and yet I was still disappointed he wasn't selling recordings of the show. For more on James Sugg, read this article by my colleague Howard Shapiro, from today's Philadelphia Inquirer. The 54th Annual Village Voice OBIE Awards were presented on Monday, May 18, 2009 at a ceremony held at the newly landmarked Webster Hall in Manhattan. Daniel Breaker is a 2008 OBIE Award winner for his performance in Passing Strange and is appearing on Broadway now in the musical Shrek The Musical. Informally structured, with no strict categories, The Village Voice OBIE Awards honor artists and productions of excellence in every aspect of theater.


As he has for the past three years, the Voice’s chief theater critic, Michael Feingold, chaired this year’s OBIE Awards committee.
Pig Iron and its people have won much acclaim here and elsewhere, this, for Sugg's performance in Chekov Lizardbrain, being their second Obie (the first was for 2004's Hell Meets Henry Halfway), along with who knows how many other awards--Sugg already has 4 Barrymores of his own. Either the reporter that wrote the story your posting is derrived from (and never checked with the source, me) was misinformed or was the victim of a newspaper headline writer that didn't get it.
Co-hosted by former OBIE winners Martha Plimpton and Daniel Breaker, the awards were presented by Anne Hathaway, Brian d’Arcy James, Gavin Creel, John Shea, Karen Olivo, Kate Mulgrew, Marc Kudisch and Nilaja Sun. Two components of one troubled soul, yet this actor played both, with exquisite wit and delicate precision. In the conviction that creativity is not competitive, the judges may give multiple OBIEs in any category, or even invent new categories, to reward exceptional artistic merit.
Dito Van Riegersberg often hosts cabarets as his much-beloved, hairy-Hedwigged, Bowie-channeling alter-ego, Martha Graham Cracker.
That week, I called up the paper, asked if they were short a critic, e-mailed some clips, and got myself a new job.


Geoff Sobelle rocked both coasts with his critically hailed Buster Keaton homage All Wear Bowlers. I hadn't realized how much I missed being moved by a piece of theater, and having the privilege of telling the city about it, until I found myself powerless in the face of unfair, unenlightened criticism (ok, it was neither unfair nor unenlightened, but I totally didn't agree with it). As a collective, they've skewered Quinceaneras, turned Joan of Arc into a French clown, and revisited Measure for Measure in a morgue, with puppets. Somehow they pull it off nearly every time and leave you basking in their awesomeness and ever-expanding potential.
The company's dozen or so members come and go, and even when they're together don't always appear as expected.



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