The Clive Barnes Foundation announced today, Monday, January 9, 2017, that Khris Davis (The Royale) has won the Seventh Annual Clive Barnes Award for Theater and that Indiana Woodward (New York City Ballet) has won the Seventh Annual Clive Barnes Award for Dance.The announcement was made at the Seventh Annual Clive Barnes Awards ceremony, which was held at The Walter Reade Theatre at Lincoln Center.
All finalists received a cash prize, while the winners (Mr. Davis and Ms. Woodward) received an award of $5,000.
Khris Davis last appeared on stage in The Public Theater’s production of Sweat, which will transfer to Broadway later this Spring. He has also been seen in The Royale at Lincoln Center Theater,Colossal with Dallas Theater Center, Bill Durham at Alliance Theater, Love in Afghanistan at Arena Stage, Ruined with Philadelphia Theatre Company, and in Antigone, Othello and Arms and the Man and Wind in the Willows with Quintessence Theatre Group.
Indiana Woodward is a member of New York City Ballet’s corps de ballet. She was born in Paris, France and began her dance training at the age of ten at the Yuri Grigoriev School of Ballet in Venice, California. Ms. Woodward began studying at the School of American Ballet (SAB), the official school of New York City Ballet, during the 2010 summer course and enrolled as a full-time student that fall. In August 2012, she became an apprentice with NYCB and joined the Company as a member of the corps de ballet in December 2012
The 2016 Clive Barnes Award Nominees:
Elena D’Amario of Parsons Dance
Spartak Hoxha of New York City Ballet
Andrea Yorita of BalletX
Indiana Woodward of New York City Ballet
Timothee Chalamet for his performance in Prodigal Son
Juwan Crawley for his performance in Spamilton
Khris Davis for his performance in The Royale
Nora Schell for her performance in Spamilton
Please Note: red type denotes winners