BONEY AWARDS 2011
David Lynch Award for his portrayal of the quirky director Sr. Winston Chesterfield, the Earl of Marlboro in Murder 1952: George Armstrong Custer, The Untold Story
Stranger in a Strange Land Award for bravely going on stage with no rehearsal and surviving the night as Buzz Sawyer in Murder 1936: Its My Party, I Can Die If I Want To
The PGA Masters Tournament Award for his mastery of Putz(es) for his portrayal of the brothers Elmer and Wilbur Putz in Murder 1952: George Armstrong Custer, The Untold Story (which were certainly up to Par.)
The Hanes Underwear Award goes to Karli Kaiser for knocking our socks off in her one performance as Carlotta Head in Murder 1952: George Armstrong Custer, The Untold Story
The Boones Farm Award for a "not so fine whine" for his sniveling portrayal of Victor Timothy Venerable in Murder 1959: Skeletons in the Closet
The Jessica Rabbit Award (I'm not bad, I'm just drawn that way,) for her appealing reading of the line: "I didn't mean to kill him," while playing Carlotta Head in Murder 1952: George Armstrong Custer, The Untold Story
The Most Interesting Man in the World Award for his mesmerizing performance as Ivan B. Lood in Murder 1974: Fangs for the Memories.
Christine Aguilera Award for forgetting not the words to the Star Spangled Banner, but the tune to I'm An Old Cowhand as Carlotta Head, in Murder 1952: George Armstrong Custer, The Untold Story
The Too Close to Home Award for playing a washed-up actor in a small town for his performance as Marlon McQueen in Murder 1959: Skeletons in the Closet
The Donald Trump Award for Weirdest Hair for her portrayal of Harriet Van Pelt in Murder 1952: George Armstrong Custer, The Untold Story
The Wall Mart "Low Prices Everyday" Award goes to Glenn Locke for his portrayal of Jean Carlo who "Pleasures Women for Money" after every show.(One night at the Boulderado, a woman was seen slipping a dollar bill into his waistband, and Glenn gave her 75 cents in change.)
The Olga Korbut Award for her gymnastic entrance as Jane Blonde in Murder 1974: Fangs for the Memories
The Lassie Award for coming to the rescue when Maggie's father was suddenly hospitalized, and she drove to the Hotel Boulderado from work, donned Maggie's costume, and superbly played the role of Sharon Paine in Murder 1974: Fangs for the Memories.
The Dude Whisperer Award for her hypnotic performance as Lilly Van Pummel in Murder 1959: Skeletons in the Closet when she 'hypnotized' all the men in the audience to do her will and stand up when she said "Who ate the Strudel?" and say 'YAVOL! Lilly has a fantastic tukus'!!
The Jeopardy Award for channeling Mr. Know-it-All Alex Trebek, in the roles of Forest Cartwright in Murder 1959 and Dr. Ira Stickler in Murder 1952 during the 2011 Season of 'Til Death Do Us Party Productions.
The Mr. Magoo Award for insisting that there was no resemblance between Elmer Putz and Sir Winston Chesterfield, the Earl of Marlboro even though both characters were played by the same actor, in her role as Cookie Facade in Murder 1952: George Armstrong Custer, The Untold Story
The Colorado Department of Public Health Award for Personal Hygiene for his portrayal of Felix Mangler in Murder 1936: Its My Party, I Can Die If I Want To (after meeting his character, you immediately wanted to go wash your hands.)
The Joan Rivers Fresh New Face Award for her portrayal of Bess Western in Murder 1952: George Armstrong Custer, The Untold Story
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