Title of Production *
Nominator: Last Name *

PRODUCTION SCORES

Concept (1-100 points):
Composition (1-100 points):
Execution (1-100 points):
Quality (1-100 points):

OPTIONAL NOMINATIONS

You are under no obligation to nominate any performers for a production. If, however, there were performances you found to be outstanding, you may nominate up to three of them.
Performer #1 Name
Performer #1 Score (1-100):
Performer #2 Name
Performer #2 Score (1-100):
Performer #3 Name
Performer #3 Score (1-100):
Additional Comments
USING THIS EVALUATION FORM...

Your scoring process is meant to be personal and specific to your own understanding of theatre as an art form...and you should assign numerical scores according to your own particular sensibilities. If, however, you find you need some direction, we provide the information below to assist in your deliberations.

DEFINITIONS OF PRODUCTION CRITERIA

CONCEPT: the strength and clarity of the underlying ideas presented on stage

COMPOSITION: the integration and effectiveness of design, technical, directorial, visual, and aural elements of the production

EXECUTION: the success by which ideas and elements of the production were presented

OVERALL QUALITY: the intangible elements that affected the overall response to the performance

ASSIGNING SCORES:
A (SOMEWHAT CHEEKY) GUIDE TO THE NUMBERS

100
Unattainable perfection, nirvana, theatrical zen enlightenment, the best theatre ever produced

90-99
A classic for the ages, destined to be remembered decades from now

80-89
Superb work, among the best of the season

70-79
Inspired work, definitely worth seeing

60-69
Good work, worth seeing

50-59
Fair work, a faintly positive reaction

40-49
Uninspired work, a faintly negative reaction

30-39
Poor work, disappointing

20-29
Extremely poor work, very little redeeming theatrical quality

10-19
Among the worst plays ever produced

0-9
The most terrible horrors ever perpetrated on a stage