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Past Freddy Awards for NAHS

Wednesday, December 27, 2017 by Paul Willistein pwillistein@tnonline.com in School

With support of the school’s Drama Boosters, the theater program is poised to build on its record of 20 Freddy nominations and two Freddy Awards in 13 years of competition.

2016 — “Oliver!”: winner, Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actress, Madison Lahr as Nancy

2015 — “Once Upon a Mattress”: nominated, Outstanding Use of Costumes; nominated, Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actor, Nickolas Campbell as King Sextimus

2014 — “Bye Bye Birdie”: nominated, Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actress, Karen Fucia as Mrs. Mae Peterson

2013 — “Seussical”: nominated, Outstanding Featured Performance by a Male Ensemble Member, Dylan Ashton as the Mayor of Whoville; nominated, Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actress, Madison Lahr as Gertrude McFuzz

2012 — “Big, The Musical”: nominated, Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, Anthony Fetterhoff as Big Josh Baskin

2011 — “The Pajama Game”: nominated, Outstanding Small Ensemble Performance, Michael Medina and Erin Stevens for “I’ll Never Be Jealous Again”; nominated, Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actor, Michael Medina as Vernon Hines

2010 — ”A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum”: nominated, Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actor, Joey Jobes as Miles Gloriosus

2009 — “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”: nominated, Outstanding Chorus; nominated, Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actor, Nate Sabo as Bud Frump

2007 — “Thoroughly Modern Millie”: nominated, Outstanding Vocal Performance, Brittany Malvey for “Only in New York”; nominated, Outstanding Stage Crew; nominated, Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actress, Alyce Daubenspeck as Mrs. Meers

2006 — “Little Shop of Horrors”: nominated, Outstanding Solo Vocal Performance, Julia Damiani for “Somewhere That’s Green”; nominated, Outstanding Performance by a Small Ensemble, Alyssa Cherewaty, Michelle Krill, Jillian Makos, Brittany Matvey, Beth McCall, Sasha McClain and Hayley Talaber for “Prologue-Little Shop of Horrors”

2005 — “Honk!”: winner, Outstanding Performance by a Featured Ensemble Member, Hannah Burke as Dot

2004 — “Oklahoma!”: nominated, Outstanding Performance by a Featured Ensemble Member, Sascha Schone as Ali Hakim

2003 — “The Sound of Music”: nominated, Outstanding Chorus; nominated, Outstanding Solo Vocal Performance, Melissa Babyak as Mother Abess; nominated, Outstanding Scenic Design