Cappies Nominations for 2016-2017 Season!

Voting is over, the season is complete.  And, the Cappies nominations have been released.

Leading the way in nominations this year are the teams from Unionville High School and Upper Merion Area High School.  Unionville’s intriguing production of Antigone by Sophocles and Upper Merion’s hilarious musical The Addams Family, along with their critic teams, garnered an impressive thirteen nominations each.  Ridley High School’s production of Les Miserables: School Edition marched its way to twelve nominations.  Many schools received eleven nominations, including:  Conestoga High School (The Mystery of Edwin Drood),  Episcopal Academy (Peter and the Starcatcher), PALCS School for the Creative and Performing Arts (Sweeney Todd), and Plymouth Whitemarsh High School (Les Miserables:  School Edition).

The production nominations reflected the variety and the talent of the Greater Philadelphia Area schools!    The play nominations this year include classics such as The Crucible (Upper Darby High School),  Twelve Angry Jurors (The Baldwin School),  and Antigone by Sophocles (Unionville High School), as well as modern, amazing productions such as Peter and the Starcatcher (Episcopal Academy) and The Infinite Black Suitcase (Friends’ Central School).

Musical nominations include amazingly complex and intense productions such as The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Conestoga High School), two productions of the modern classic Les Miserables: School Edition (Eastern Regional High School and Ridley High School), the macabre Sweeney Todd (PALCS Center for Performing and Fine Arts) and another modern masterpiece RENT: School Edition (Plymouth Whitemarsh High School).

The complete list of nominations for all categories can be downloaded here.

Nominees List 2017

The Cappies Awards will be given out at the Twelfth Annual Cappies Gala at Unionville High School on Sunday May 21st at 4:30pm.

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