An intimate, two-hander play by a relatively unknown writer took home the top prize at this year's London Evening Standard Theatre Awards. "Constellations," by Nick Payne, won the prize for best play on Sunday, beating out works by Caryl Churchill and James Graham.
"Constellations" ran at the Royal Court Upstairs earlier this year and starred
Hattie Morahan won the award for best actress for the revival of Ibsen's "A Doll's House" at the Young Vic. She beat out an impressive list of nominees including
Special awards were given to director
Among the roster of celebrity guests attending Sunday's ceremony were
The Evening Standard Theatre Awards are voted on by a panel consisting of members of the British press.