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The National Theater emerged triumphant at the U.K.'s Critic's Circle Drama Awards, taking five of nine available nods.
In a show of strength, the venue's haul was spread across four productions.
Benedict Cumberbatch took the actor kudo for Danny Boyle's production of "Frankenstein," which also garnered the design nod for set designer Mark Tildesley. Richard Bean's Gotham-bound "One Man, Two Guvnors" won for new play, while Mike Leigh took the director trophy for his own play "Grief," and the Peter Hepple Award for musical went to experimental tuner "London Road," by Alecky Blythe and Adam Cork.
Remaining four awards …