“Indecent,” “A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur” and “District Merchants” are big winners of the eighth annual St. Louis Theater Circle Awards. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, there was no ceremony this year. Instead, the awards recognizing excellence in local professional theater were announced Tuesday evening on HEC-TV.
The Max & Louie production of “Indecent” won five awards, including outstanding director (Joanne Gordon), ensemble in a drama and production of a drama. “Lovely Sunday,” a Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis production of a lesser-known Williams play, won four, including outstanding director (Kari Ely) and ensemble in a comedy. New Jewish Theatre’s “District Merchants” took three awards, including outstanding actor (Gary Wayne Barker) and supporting actor (J. Samuel Davis) in a drama.