Outstanding Technical Achievement in Costumes and/or Hair and/or Makeup
- From Brampton Music Theatre, The Music Man, Jr. for costumes: Grace Gauvin and Melanie Davis
- From Brampton Music Theatre, The Sound of Music for costumes, hair and make-up: Antonio Rosa, Sherry Ross, Mandi Meisner
- From Peel Panto Players, Arsenic and Old Lace for costumes: Allanah Harte
WINNER: For a nuanced sense of period that demonstrated great detail and restraint, the award goes to The Sound of Music's Antonio Rosa and Sherry Ross.
Outstanding Technical Achievement in Lighting and/or Sound
- From BMT Youth's Camp Rock for Lighting Design: Mitchel Thompson
- From BTS's Oliver! for Lighting Design: Sean Rowe
- From BTS's Rocky Horror Picture Show for Sound Design: Sean Rowe
For a sound design that took an already famous musical score and ‘completed' it, thus delivering the full Rocky Experience while dealing with audience shout outs, the award goes to The Rocky Horror Picture Show's Sean Rowe.
Outstanding Performance by a Female in a Supporting Role
- From BMT's The Sound of Music for the role of Mother Abbess: Sharon Nimmo
- From STA's Steel Magnolias for the role of Truvy: Andrea Velez
- From STA's Steel Magnolias for the role of Annelle: Cheyenne Mohammad
- From STA's Charley's Aunt in the role of Charles Wykeham: Sara Ganowski
- From BTS's Oliver! for the role of Nancy: Alex Jones
- From STA's High School Musical for the role of Kelsey: Rachelle Alcazaren
WINNER: For a shattering performance of vocals and character work that was consistently mesmerizing, the award goes to Oliver!'s Alex Jones for the role of Nancy.
Outstanding Performance by a Female in a Leading Role
- From BMT's The Sound of Music in the role of Maria: Emily Norman
- From BMT Youth's Camp Rock in the role of Mitchie: Alessandra DeAcetis
- From BMT's Guys and Dolls in the role of Adelaide: Cecily Restivo-Petroff
- From BMT's Guys and Dolls in the role of Sister Sarah Brown: Stephanie Kroezen
- From STA's Steel Magnolias for the role of Shelby: Elyssia Giancola
- From STA's You're a Good Man Charlie Brown in the role of Lucy: Taylor Love
WINNER: For a performance that was natural and effortless and everything that an actor so young has no business accomplishing so well the award goes to Steel Magnolia's Elyssia Giacola.
WINNER: For exceptional comic timing and responses and delightfully subtle physicality, the award goes to Charley's Aunt's Matteo Calabretta.
WINNER: For both a deep understanding of the style of movement for the piece and the innovative creation of the Lady Luck dance in particular, the award goes to Guys and Dolls' Stephanie Gemmell
WINNER: For a production that defied its own history as a show by unapologetically exploring its raw and vital content the award goes to John Thomas for Oliver!
WINNER: For clean, energetic teamwork enhanced by detailed, well-crafted costumes that created relationships and told stories, the award goes to the strong, enthusiastic Leading Ensemble of The Music Man, Jr.