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2007 Mancini Award Winners

The 13th Henry Mancini Musical Theatre Awards were presented on the evening of Wednesday, May 23rd in Metheny Fieldhouse in front of representatives from 15 high schools.  The Mancini Awards recognize the musical theatre achievements of schools in a three-county area.

Winners are (all are in random order):

Outstanding Student Orchestra

  • Seneca Valley High School for West Side Story
  • Beaver Area High School for Thoroughly Modern Millie
  • Beaver Falls High School for The Wiz

Outstanding Vocal Ensemble

  • Beaver County Christian School for Les Misèrables
  • Lincoln High School for Cats
  • Seneca Valley High School for West Side Story

Outstanding Sets & Scenery

  • Beaver Area High School for Thoroughly Modern Millie
  • Seneca Valley High School for West Side Story
  • Blackhawk High School for Les Misèrables

Outstanding Costumes

  • Beaver Falls High School for The Wiz
  • Beaver County Christian School for Les Misèrables
  • Beaver Area High School for Thoroughly Modern Millie

Outstanding Dance Performance

  • Lincoln High School for Cats
  • Riverside High School, for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
  • Beaver Falls High School for The Wiz

Noteworthy Performance by a Group

  • Justin Hogue and Andrew Mayle as Bun Foo and Ching Ho in Thoroughly Modern Millie, Beaver Area High School
  • Sarah Figurel, Faith Cortez, Lindsey Lisko and Toni Kraynak as the “Jellicle Ball” Featured Dancers in Cats, Lincoln High School
  • Jeremy Glovier and Rebecca Delivuk as Thenardier and Madame Thenardier in Les Misèrables, Beaver County Christian School

Noteworthy Performance by an Individual

  • Blake Stadnik in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Riverside High School
  • Janelle Pulice as Fantine in Les Misèrables, Beaver County Christian School
  • Joey Pratchenko as Neville Landless in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Center Area High School
  • Emily Hamidi as Sister Amnesia in Nunsense, Freedom Area High School
  • Peter Jantsch as Marius in Misèrables, Beaver County Christian School
  • James Hoegerl as the Lion in The Wiz, Hopewell Area High School

Outstanding Female in a Supporting Role

  • Krista Deltino as Cosette in Les Misèrables, Beaver County Christian School
  • Veronica Garza as Addaperle in The Wiz, Hopewell Area High School
  • Jackie Bailey as Miss Potts in Beauty and the Beast, Karns City High School

Outstanding Male in a Supporting Role

  • David Huber as Pharaoh in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Riverside High School
  • Joe Haas as Dr. Neville Craven in The Secret Garden, Quigley Catholic High School
  • Andrew Gidley as Javert in Les Misèrables, Beaver County Christian School

Outstanding Female in a Leading Role

  • Becca Sherman as Millie Dilmont in Thoroughly Modern Millie, Beaver Area High School
  • Jessica Spafford as Belle in Beauty and the Beast, Karns City High School
  • Mary Ours as Dorothy in The Wiz, Beaver Falls High School

Outstanding Male in a Leading Role

  • Troy Miller as the Tinman in The Wiz, Beaver Falls High School
  • Daniel Barr as Jean Valjean in Les Misèrables, Beaver County Christian School
  • Stephen Lowry as Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Riverside High School

Outstanding Over-All Production

  • Beaver County Christian School for Misèrables
  • Lincoln High School for Cats
  • Riverside High School for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

 

Point of Excellence

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