WHS Theatre actors, performances make recognition

WHS Theatre actors, performances make recognition

WILMINGTON —Wilmington Significant University Theatre has attained regional recognition for its actors and performances

Wilmington High School Theatre participates in the Miami Valley Substantial College Theatre Awards (MVHSTA) which, through Dayton Live — celebrates, supports, and advocates for superior faculty theatre instruction the Miami Valley location.

The method celebrates substantial college plays, musicals, students, and educators by formally recognizing the amazing achievements of our community’s productions.

Just about every yr MVHSTA sends adjudicators to view and consider our performances primarily based on requirements comparable to what is employed for the Tony Awards. Packages receive feedback after just about every functionality and at the finish of the theatre season a handful of demonstrates and actors are chosen to receive an “Outstanding” score.

Individuals demonstrates/actors are invited to perform at a unique showcase in June at the Schuster Centre in Dayton.

The WHS Theatre Department a short while ago announced that their application and college students are getting acknowledged in these types:

“Outstanding Play” — “The Servant of Two Masters”

“Outstanding Musical” — “Newsies” (students will carry out King of New York on stage)

“Outstanding Direct Actor in a Musical” — Riley Ibaugh (as Jack Kelly in “Newsies”)

“Outstanding Guide Actor in a Musical” — Dalan Toups (as Davey in “Newsies”)

“Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Musical” — Alex Vail (as Crutchie in “Newsies”)

Jenna Allemang was chosen to be in the opening and closing quantities at the Showcase.

Riley Ibaugh’s scores also capable him to go to an audition workshop on Sunday for the Jimmy Awards in New York. Out of 21 colleges in the MVHSTA, seven boys and 7 women were being selected to go to this workshop.

Out of people 14, a single boy and a person female will be decided on to travel to New York and contend for a Jimmy award, the superior college equivalent of a Tony Award.

Congratulations to the pupils for their tricky operate and determination to Theatre at WHS.

‘The Servant of Two Masters’ forged & crew

Alex Robinson, Alex Vail, Aubre Weller, Barrett Powell, Bryn Tippett, Carly McCoy, Chandni Sharma, Colin Frary, Colin Wooden, Dalan Toups, Delilah Klaue, Devon Snyder, Ella Neuenschwander, Jaden Snyder, Jenna Allemang, Jocelyn Edens, Justice Belle, Katie Murphy, Layna Tippett, Lindsay Lydy, MeGan Todd, Nathan Fulton, Olivia Gammell, Riley Ibaugh, Sydney Totten, Vanessa Calderone, and Wilson Sylvestre.

‘Newsies’ forged & crew

Riley Ibaugh, Dalan Toups, Carlie McCoy, Alex Vail, Devon Snyder, Lindsay Lydy, Aubre Weller, Jaden Snyder, Brayden Cioca, Noah Geggie, Charlotte Housh, Wilson Sylvestre, Colin Wooden, Bryn Tippett, Josie Heys, Grace Vance, Chandni Sharma, Tanner Vance, Fiona Powell, Hillary LeForge, Vanessa Calderone, Kelsey Spradlin, Briston Plymire, Chase Ross, Justice Belle, Emily Vizcaya, Dani Disney, Alex Guevara, Larkyn Johnson, Shauna Brown, Dylan Cole, Keianna Murdock, Claire Burns, Katelynn Partitions, Skylar Carson, Mr. Hutcherson, Layna Tippett, Phillip Fulton, Alex Robinson, Colin Frary, Nate Fulton, Jenna Allemang, Olivia Gammell, Megan Todd, Trey Reed, Rae Hoskins, Ella Neuenschwander, Sophia Reyes, Mason Schaffer, and Izzy Totten.

WHS Theatre actors, performances make recognition

The solid of “The Servant of Two masters.”