Recognition

Awards

1st recipient of the June and Steve Wolfson Award
For An Evolving Theatre

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Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre

9 Barrymore Awards and 40 Barrymore Nominations

  • 2 awards for Outstanding Actor in a Musical
  • 2 awards for Outstanding Ensemble in a Musical
  • 1 award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Musical
  • 1 award for Outstanding Musical Direction
  • 1 award for Outstanding Direction of a Musical
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Theatrical Company of the Year – Broadwayworld.com Awards 2010

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Philly Weekly Best Theatre This Year – 2010

  • Best Musical
  • Best Direction

Reviews

“Though the show is undeniably fun and entertaining, under O’Brien’s expert direction Little Shop is more than just parody.”
Little Shop – Philly Weekly – J. Cooper Robb

“Having several professional productions of Little Shop, I have to say I think I’ve found my favorite.”
Little Shop – Broadwayworld.com – Sarah Marcus

“11th Hour’s production of Rooms: a rock romance is not to be missed. Keiper and O’Brien’s talents are wonderful showcased in this moving piece”
Rooms – Broadwayworld.com – Sarah Marcus

“I can firmly say I’ll be in line to see this frolic, masterfully staged by 11th Hour”
Trailer Park – The Inquirer – Howard Shapiro

“Philly’s Top Presenter of Musical Theatre…Bomb-itty is a chance to see one of the city’s most valued theater companies at the peak of its artistic prowess.”
Bomb-itty – Philly Weekly – J. Cooper Robb

“Yeah right. Like I wanted to sit through two hours of rap. Who knew that I’d be laughing and waving my hands in the air. 11th Hour’s production of The Bomb-itty of Errors is one funny show!”
The Inquirer – Toby Zinman

“11th Hour Theatre Company gives Philadelphia’s theatergoers an early holiday gift with its poignant staging of Adam Gwon’s chamber musical Ordinary Days.”
Ordinary Days – Philly Weekly – J. Cooper Robb

“The four women have voices as smooth and delectable as freshly churned gelato.”
Wonderettes – The Inquirer – Howard Shapiro

“11th Hour Theatre Company concludes its season with an exhilarating production of Roger Bean’s The Marvelous Wonderettes.”
Wonderettes – Philly Weekly – J. Cooper Robb