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Thespians Recognized for Outstanding Theatrical Productions

Apr 11, 2019

Dallas Summer Musical High School Musical Theatre Awards Logo.Frisco ISD thespians have been nominated in an astounding 10 categories for the 8th Annual Dallas Summer Musicals High School Theatre Awards.

The DSM High School Musical Theatre Awards is a high school initiative from Dallas Summer Musicals, the distinguished presenter of Broadway theatre in North Texas. The program seeks to recognize, reward and encourage talent and achievement in musical theatre among high school students to highlight the importance of arts education.

Over the past several months, a panel of judges has been hard at work attending productions at 60 high schools in North Texas. These adjudicators then provided educational feedback to each production before announcing the official nominees on April 8.

This regional program culminates at the Music Hall at Fair Park with an awards ceremony to recognize outstanding musical theatre productions and students. The DSM High School Theatre Awards will be held Thursday, May 9.

Congratulations to the following groups for their well-earned nominations:

Centennial High School - Newsies

Best Choreography
Best Direction
Best Ensemble/Chorus
Best Supporting Actor - Simon Heimersson

Independence High School - West Side Story

Best Direction
Best Ensemble/Chorus
Best Lighting Design
Best Musical
Best Musical Direction
Best Orchestra
Best Supporting Actor - Jack Romero
Best Supporting Actress - Shabnam Rasul

Lebanon Trail High School - Hairspray

Best Orchestra
Best Scenic Design

Liberty High School - Singin’ in the Rain

Best Choreography
Best Lighting Design

Lone Star High School - White Christmas

Best Orchestra

Wakeland High School - Hello Dolly

Best Choreography
Best Orchestra
Best Scenic Design

The full list of 2019 nominees can be found here.

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