5th Avenue High School Musical Theater Awards 2004

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The times they are a-changin’.

This post seems to be older than 19 years—a long time on the internet. It might be outdated.

The 5th Avenue Awards is a program that has been designed as a high school version of the Tony Awards. Each year, high school students throughout the Puget Sound area put on quality musical theater entertainment, and we want to recognize their hard work and effort. (From http://www.5thavenuetheatre.org/)

The results from the nominations came in today. Seattle Academy was nominated in 8 categories and had 2 Honorable Mentions. They are:

  • Outstanding Overall Musical Production
  • Outstanding Female Actor in a Supporting Role (Honorable Mention)
  • Outstanding Performance by a Featured Female Ensemble Member (Honorable Mention)
  • Outstanding Performance by a Featured Male Ensemble Member
  • Outstanding Chorus
  • Outstanding Scenic Design
  • Outstanding Costume Design
  • Outstanding Hair & Make Up Design
  • Outstanding Lobby Display
  • Outstanding Poster/Program Design

Playing Mr. Toynbee, I guess that means I, along with my fellow cast members, were nominated for Outstanding Overall Musical Production and Outstanding Chorus. I, along with KC Tucker, were nominated for Oustanding Poster/Program Design. The award event is scheduled for Tuesday, June 8th which means that it conflicts with Graduation night. Poo. I guess there’s always next….oh wait, there’s not. Stay tuned for the results of this award event….but only if we win something…and maybe even if we don’t. Who knows.