Judges' Special Award:Anu Productions: To mark their work commemorating the Dublin Lockout, using the city of Dublin as their set, and their reconfiguration of the audience as citizens.
Best Actor: Tom Vaughan-Lawlor in Howie the Rookie , written by Mark O'Rowe, directed by Mark O'Rowe for Landmark Productions.
Best Actress: Lia Williams as Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire , written by Tennessee Williams, directed by Ethan McSweeny for the Gate Theatre.
Best Supporting Actor: Hugh O'Conor as Fool in King Lear , written by William Shakespeare, directed by Selina Cartmell for the Abbey Theatre.
Best Supporting Actress:Catherine Walker as Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire , written by Tennessee Williams, directed by Ethan McSweeny for the Gate Theatre.
Best Director: Ethan McSweeny for A Streetcar Named Desire , written by Tennessee Williams, produced by the Gate Theatre.
Best Set:Andrew Clancy for Embers , written by Samuel Beckett, directed by Gavin Quinn for Pan Pan Theatre.
Best Costumes: Antony McDonald for The Importance of Being Earnest , composed by Gerald Barry and directed by Antony McDonald for Wide Open Opera and Northern Ireland Opera.
Best Lighting: Sinéad McKenna for Howie the Rookie , written and directed by Mark O'Rowe, for Landmark Productions.
Best Sound:Alma Kelliher for Riverrun , directed by Olwen Fouéré and Kellie Hughes for The Emergency Room, The Galway Arts Festival.
Best Production: Lippy , by Bus h Moukarzel and Mark O'Halloran, directed by Ben Kidd and Bush Moukarzel for Dead Centre.
Best New Play: The Games People Play written by Gavin Kostick for Rise Productions.
Best Opera Production: Cristina, Regina di Svezia composed by Jacopo Foroni and directed by Stephen Medcalf for Wexford Festival Opera.
Special Tribute Award: Olwen Fouéré.