Redmond High drama earns seven 5th Avenue Award nominations for ‘Chicago,’ three honorable mentions

  • Tuesday, May 30, 2017 3:11pm
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Redmond High School’s (RHS) production of “Chicago” has earned seven 5th Avenue Awards Honoring High School Musical Theater nominations.

This year, in its biggest year yet, 5th Avenue Theatre attended 122 productions at 100 schools around Washington state. They then determined their nominations for the best in multiple categories, from musical direction to lighting design. RHS also earned three honorable mentions.

Awards will be presented on June 12 at a ceremony at Benaroya Hall.

Redmond High School students performing “Chicago”:

Outstanding Overall Musical

Outstanding Music Direction

Outstanding Choreography

Outstanding Orchestra

Outstanding Lighting Design

Outstanding Costume Design

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Group: The Cell Block Girls

Honorable Mention-Outstanding Performance by an Actor or Actress in a Non-Singing Role: Ben Broughton as MC

Honorable Mention-Outstanding Performance by a Chorus

Honorable Mention-Outstanding Scenic Design

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