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Casting Society of America to Honor Rob Marshall, Ellen Lewis

Rob Marshall and Ellen Lewis will be honored at this year’s Artios Awards, the Casting Society of America has announced.

Marshall, who received award recognition for his direction of films “Chicago,” “Memoirs of a Geisha” and “Nine,” as well as his 1998 Broadway revival of “Cabaret,” will receive the New York Apple Award. It honors New Yorkers who have made significant contributions with casting directors.

Lewis will receive the Hoyt Bowers award, which recognizes unique spirit, ideals and creativity in casting. Lewis has casted movies such as “Goodfellas,” “Forrest Gump” and “The Wolf of Wall Street,” and is known for her work with Martin Scorsese.

“Marshall and Lewis have defined excellence in their respective fields, and each has played a vital role in the advancement of the casting industry,” said Richard Hicks, president of the Casting Society of America. “Throughout their careers, the honorees and nominees have been instrumental in creating and guiding some of the entertainment industry’s most memorable films, television shows and theater productions, and we’re thrilled to honor them at this year’s milestone Artios Awards.”

The CSA also announced this year’s nominees in categories for television, theater, short film and new media — the last of which introduces web series to the awards for the first time. The feature film nominees, which have been moved to a new calendar year eligibility period, will be announced at a later time. Voting for the available categories closes at 5 p.m. on Sept. 29.

The 30th annual Artios Awards will be held on Jan. 22 simultaneously in New York and Los Angeles.

The full list of nominees is below:

Television Pilot Comedy

“The Goldbergs,” Leslie Litt
“Looking,” Carmen Cuba, Nina Henninger (Location Casting), Bernard Telsey (Location Casting), Wittney Horton (Associate), Abbie Brady-Dalton (Associate)
“Mom,” Nikki Valko, Ken Miller, Peter Pappas (Associate)
“Orange is the New Black,” Jennifer Euston
“Silicon Valley,” Jeanne McCarthy, Nicole Abellera

Television Pilot Drama
“Halt and Catch Fire,” Sharon Bialy, Sherry Thomas, Lisa Mae Fincannon (Location Casting), Craig Fincannon (Location Casting), Ally Bader (Associate), Jen Ingulli (Associate)
“Masters of Sex,” Bernard Telsey, Tiffany Little Canfield, Junie Lowry Johnson, Libby Goldstein
“Ray Donovan,” John Papsidera
“Sleepy Hollow,” Cathy Sandrich Gelfond, Amanda Mackey, Craig Fincannon (Location Casting)
“True Detective,” Alexa L. Fogel, Christine Kromer, Meagan Lewis (Location Casting)

Television Series Comedy
“Girls,” Jennifer Euston
“Modern Family,” Jeff Greenberg, Allen Hooper (Associate)
“Nurse Jackie,” Julie Tucker, Ross Meyerson
“Orange is the New Black,” Jennifer Euston
“Veep,” Pat Moran (Location Casting)

Television Series Drama
“Breaking Bad,” Sharon Bialy, Sherry Thomas, Kiira Arai (Location Casting), Russell Scott (Associate)
“Game of Thrones,” Nina Gold
“The Good Wife,” Mark Saks, John Andrews (Associate)
“House of Cards,” Laray Mayfield, Julie Schubert
“True Detective,” Alexa L. Fogel, Christine Kromer, Meagan Lewis (Location Casting)

Television Movie or Mini Series
“American Horror Story – Coven,” Robert J. Ulrich, Eric Dawson, Carol Kritzer, Meagan Lewis (Location Casting), Eric Souliere (Associate)
“Broadchurch,” Victor Jenkins, Kelly Valentine Hendry
“Fargo,” Rachel Tenner, Jackie Lind (Location Casting), Stephanie Gorin (Location Casting), Charlene Lee (Associate)
“The Normal Heart,” Amanda Mackey, Cathy Sandrich Gelfond, Susanne C. Scheel (Associate)
“Treme,” Alexa L. Fogel, Meagan Lewis (Location Casting), Christine Kromer (Associate) 

Daytime Drama Series
“Days of Our Lives,” Marnie Saitta, Bob Lambert (Associate)
“General Hospital,” Mark Teschner
“The Young and the Restless,” Judy Blye Wilson, Greg Salmon (Associate)

Children’s Pilot and Series (Live Action)
“Austin & Ally,” Carol Goldwasser
“Dog With a Blog,” Carol Goldwasser
“Good Luck Charlie,” Sally Stiner, Barbie Block
“Lab Rats,” Howard Meltzer
“Sam & Cat,” Krisha Bullock, Jennifer K.M. Treadwell (Associate)

Television Animation (Children and Adult)
“American Dad!,” Linda Lamontagne
“Bob’s Burgers,” Julie Ashton-Barson
“Dora the Explorer,” Michelle Levitt, Danielle Pretsfelder
“Family Guy,” Linda Lamontagne
“Robot Chicken,” Linda Lamontagne

Web Series
“Aim High (Season 2),” Matthew Lessall
“Backpackers,” Stephanie Gorin
“Chosen (Seasons 2 & 3),” Josh Einsohn
“Deadbeat,” Adam Caldwell, Cindy Tolan
“Mortal Kombat: Legacy (Season 2),” Matthew Lessall

Short Film
“Aban and Khorshid,” Mike Page
“All’s Fair,” Alyssa Weisberg
“Blow Me,” Michael Sanford
“From the Sky,” Stephen Salamunovich
“The Hyperglot,” Michael Cassara
“Wini & George,” Linda Phillips Palo

New York Broadway Theater – Comedy
“Act One,” Daniel Swee
“Casa Valentina,” David Caparelliotis, Nancy Piccione, Bernard Telsey
“Outside Mullingar,” Nancy Piccione
“The Realistic Joneses,” Daniel Swee

New York Broadway Theater – Drama
“All the Way,” William Cantler, Karyn Casl (Associate)
“Betrayal,” Cindy Tolan, Adam Caldwell (Associate)
“Macbeth,” Daniel Swee
“Of Mice and Men,” James Calleri, Erica Jensen
“The Winslow Boy,” Jim Carnahan, Stephen Kopel

New York Broadway Theater – Musical
“A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” Jay Binder, Jason Styres
“Beautiful – The Carole King Musical,” Stephen Kopel
“Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” James Calleri, Paul Davis
“Les Miserables,” Tara Rubin, Eric Woodall, Merri Sugarman, Stephanie Gorin, Kaitlin Shaw (Associate), Lindsay Levine (Associate)
“Violet,” Jim Carnahan, Carrie Gardner, Stephen Kopel

New York Theater – Comedy
“American Hero,” David Caparelliotis, James Calleri, Paul Davis, Lauren Port (Associate)
“Dinner With Friends,” Jim Carnahan, Carrie Gardner
“Domesticated,” Daniel Swee
“Hand to God,” William Cantler, Karyn Casl (Associate)
“Stage Kiss,” Alaine Alldaffer

New York Theater – Drama
“A Kid Like Jake,” Daniel Swee
“Choir Boy,” Nancy Piccione
“The City of Conversation,” Daniel Swee
“The Hilltown Plays” James Calleri, Paul Davis, Erica Jensen
“Romeo and Juliet,” James Calleri, Erica Jensen
“Tales From Red Vienna,” Nancy Piccione

New York Theater – Musical
“Heathers the Musical,” Sheila Guthrie, Suzanne Goddard-Smythe
“Here Lies Love,” Tara Rubin, Lindsay Levine (Associate)
“Little Miss Sunshine,” Bernard Telsey, Patrick Goodwin
“South Pacific,” Abbie Brady-Dalton, Andrew Femenella
“The Threepenny Opera,” Tiffany Little Canfield

Regional Theater East
“American Hero,” James Calleri, Paul Davis
“Animal Crackers,” James Calleri, Paul Davis
“Beaches,” Bethany Knox, Cesar A. Rocha (Associate)
“A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” Jay Binder, Jack Bowdan, Jason Styres
“A Streetcar Named Desire,” Tara Rubin, Lindsay Levine (Associate)
“The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife,” Tara Rubin, Kaitlin Shaw (Associate)

Regional Theater West
“A Chorus Line,” Jason Styres
“Fly,” Bernard Telsey, Patrick Goodwin
“The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures,” Amy Potozkin, James Calleri, Paul Davis
“Sideways,” Tara Rubin, Kaitlin Shaw (Associate)
“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” David Caparelliotis, Lauren Port (Associate)
“The Winter’s Tale,” David Caparelliotis, Lauren Port (Associate)

Los Angeles Theater
“12 Angry Men,” Michael Donovan
“Chicago,” Margery Simkin, Michael Donovan
“Rapture Blister Burn,” Alaine Alldaffer
“The Sunshine Boys,” Jim Carnahan, Mark B. Simon
“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” Mark B. Simon, Daniel Swee

Special Theatrical Performance East
“Anna Nicole: The Opera,” Tiffany Little Canfield, Cesar A. Rocha (Associate)
“Guys and Dolls,” Bernard Telsey, Rachel Hoffman
“The Most Happy Fella,” Jay Binder, Mark Brandon, Jason Styres
“Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, A Musical Thriller” Craig Burns, Cesar A. Rocha (Associate)
“Titanic,” Craig Burns

Theater Tours
“Evita,” Craig Burns, Cesar A. Rocha (Associate)
“The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess,” Justin Huff, Andrew Femenella (Associate)
“Motown,” Bethany Knox, Cesar A. Rocha (Associate)
“Once,” Jim Carnahan, Stephen Kopel
“Peter and the Starcatcher,” Jim Carnahan, Jillian Cimini

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