Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy - 2012
A Touch of Spring is a romantic comedy of a fairly familiar kind — an American couple in Rome, a mild mystery needing to be solved, a charming young girl who rocks the stodgy American man's world — and the most original thing about it is the character of Baldo. Especially in the Miners Alley Playhouse production. Playing the elfin, charming, smart and ambiguously sexed Baldassare Pantaleone, or Baldo, Michael Bouchard scampered off with the evening. His performance was filled with bravado and at the same time rather waiflike, authoritative and accommodating, full of fakery and grand gesture — and still very appealingly human.