Camp Hill High School scores 4 Hershey Theatre Apollo Awards

2013-05-20T20:59:00Z Camp Hill High School scores 4 Hershey Theatre Apollo AwardsThe Sentinel The Sentinel
May 20, 2013 8:59 pm  • 

Camp Hill High School students received four Hershey Theatre Apollo Awards Sunday during a recognition program for the area high school plays and musicals.

Camp Hill was one of 20 schools in Cumberland, Dauphin, Lebanon and Perry counties, in addition to Elizabethtown Area Senior High School, to compete in the fifth annual awards program.

Camp Hill won four awards, including Outstanding Play for “The Wisdom of Eve.”

This year’s winners were:

• Outstanding Featured Performer in a Play: Lauren Hayden as Elizabeth Proctor in “The Crucible” at Elizabethtown Area High School

• Outstanding Featured Performer in a Musical: Savannah Moyer as Jolene Oakes in “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” at Central Dauphin East High School

• Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Play: Benton Felty as Lord of the Underworld in “Eurydice” at Central Dauphin East High School

• Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play: Taylor Perry as Margo Crane in “The Wisdom of Eve” at Camp Hill High School

• Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Musical: Rachael Robertson as Hedy LaRue in “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” at Camp Hill High School

• Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Musical: Nick Wasileski as J.B. Biggley in “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” at Camp Hill High School

• Outstanding Student Playwright: Jessie Weber for “36 Across” at Hershey High School

• Outstanding Play: Camp Hill High School for “The Wisdom of Eve”

• Outstanding Student Orchestra: Hershey High School for “Damn Yankees”

• Outstanding Dance Number in a Musical: Central Dauphin East High School for “The More We Dance” from “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”

• Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play: Mary Kate Hoag as Lady Macbeth in “Macbeth: In Translation” at Lower Dauphin High School

• Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play: Ryan Denlinger as John Proctor in “The Crucible” at Elizabethtown Area High School

• Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical: Emily Homburger as Annie Oakley in “Annie Get Your Gun” at Bible Baptist School

• Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical: Benton Felty as Freddy Benson in “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” at Central Dauphin East High School

• Outstanding Musical: Central Dauphin East High School for “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”

A number of students also received Spirit of Theater awards. The play recipients were Savanah Aqueche of Big Spring High School, Katie Albright of Camp Hill High School, Tyler George of Cedar Crest High School, Christian Johnson of Central Dauphin East High School, Gwen Strom of Cumberland Valley High School, Andrew Bush of Elizabethtown Area High School, Kate Clark of Hershey Christian School, Megan Bittinger of Hershey High School, Anuj Patel of Lower Dauphin High School, Leila McCrumb of Palmyra Area High School, Aggie Willoughby of Susquenita High School and Tessa Morrison of West Perry High School.

The musical recipients were Mary Papeika of Annville-Cleona High School, Mackenzie Richardson of Bible Baptist School, Sarah Ickes of Big Spring High School, Nick Devine of Bishop McDevitt High School, Drew Anderson of Camp Hill High School, John Shuman of Cedar Crest High School, Sara Mehretab of Central Dauphin East High School, MaKayla Williams of Elizabethtown Area High School, Forrest Davis of ENCORE! Home School Productions, Trevor Engle of Greenwood High School, Erin Sheffer of Harrisburg Academy, Ethan Gardner of Harrisburg Christian School, Adam Firestone of Hershey High School, Michaela Robertson of Lower Dauphin High School, Jon Bernhard of Palmyra Area High School, Benjamin Schilling of Susquenita High School, Gabriella Lacroce of Susquenita High School and Kaci Berringer of West Perry High School.

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