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Mancini awards presented for high school musicals

Mancini awards presented for high school musicals

BEAVER FALLS, Pa.— Winners of the Henry Mancini Musical Theatre Awards for the 2005-2006 season were announced at a ceremony Wed. evening at Geneva College’s Metheny Fieldhouse. Within each category, recipients are named in random order.

Outstanding Male Lead:

George Hampe as Fred Graham in Kiss Me Kate, Beaver County Christian School

Steve Lowry as Emile de Becque in South Pacific, Riverside High School

Nick Bell as Albert Peterson in Bye Bye Birdie, Quigley Catholic High School

Outstanding Female Lead:

Sara Williams as Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes, Beaver Area High School

Jamie Hulick as Aїda in Aїda, Lincoln High School

Bethany Stahl as Lilli Vanessi in Kiss Me Kate, Beaver County Christian School

Outstanding Male in Supporting Role:

Jon Lutz as Horton in Seussical: the Musical, Seneca Valley High School

Eric Prendergast as Lord Oakleigh in Anything Goes, Beaver Area High School

Dan Barr as Bill Calhoun in Kiss Me Kate, Beaver County Christian School

Outstanding Female in Supporting Role:

Victoria Osman as Erzulie in Once on This Island, Aliquippa High School

Lindsay Tejan as Lois Lane in Kiss Me Kate, Beaver County Christian School

Kelsey Wilson as Bloody Mary in South Pacific, Riverside High School

Noteworthy Performance by an Individual:

Zach Renner as Jojo in Seussical: the Musical, Seneca Valley High School

Becca Sherman as Erma in Anything Goes, Beaver Area High School

Brad Davis as Benny Southstreet in Guys and Dolls, Center Area High School

Kevin Lucas as the voice of Audrey II in Little Shop of Horrors, Big Beaver Falls Area

            High School

Joshua Martin as Daniel in Once on This Island, Aliquippa High School

George Milosh as Nicely-Nicely Johnson in Guys and Dolls, Center Area High School.

Noteworthy Performance by a Group:

Courtney Herdt, Mary Ours, and Amanda Yerage as Urchins in Little Shop of Horrors,

            Big Beaver Falls Area High School

Justin Hunt and Joey Squire as Gangsters I and II in Kiss Me Kate, Beaver County

Christian School

Ryan Handerhan, Cy Fleming, Steve Millett, and Garrett Evans as the Wickersham

            Brothers in Seussical: the Musical, Seneca Valley High School

Emily Hamidi, Shannon Rimer, and Kendra Stewart as Darlene Love Trio in Leader of

            the Pack, Freedom Area High School

Oustanding Dance Performance:

Anything Goes, Beaver Area High School

Guys and Dolls, Center Area High School

Seussical: the Musical, Seneca Valley High School

Outstanding Sets and Scenery:

Once on This Island, Aliquippa High School

Little Shop of Horrors, Big Beaver Falls Area High School

South Pacific, Riverside High School

Outstanding Costumes:

Kiss Me Kate, Beaver County Christian School

Seussical: the Musical, Seneca Valley High School

Once on This Island, Aliquippa High School

Outstanding Student Orchestra:

Anything Goes, Beaver Area High School

South Pacific, Riverside High School

Seussical: the Musical, Seneca Valley High School

Outstanding Vocal Ensemble:

Aїda, Lincoln High School

Seussical: the Musical, Seneca Valley High School

Kiss Me Kate, Beaver County Christian School

Outstanding Overall Production:

Kiss Me Kate, Beaver County Christian School

Aїda, Lincoln High School

Seussical: the Musical, Seneca Valley High School

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