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Immaculate High School’s Theatre Department Receives 16 HALO Nominations!

Immaculate High School’s major 2018-19 theatre productions received a total of 16 HALO nominations. The High School Halo Awards honors high school students’ achievements in all aspects of theatre and is sponsored by the Seven Angels Theatre. Immaculate’s Fall Drama “Our Town” and the Spring Musical “PIPPIN” received the following nominations; award winners will be announced at the ceremony in Waterbury on May 28

Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play:  James Vigar as Mr. Webb in Our Town

Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play:  Emilia McGuinness Getzinger as Julia Gibbs in Our Town

Best Costume Design: Elizabeth Varda for Our Town/Pippin

Best Hair and/or Makeup Design: Lin Marie Vitarbo ‘19  for Our Town

Best Lighting Design and/or Execution: Colby Bellone’19 for Our Town/Pippin

Best Stage Management: Dan Wroblewski ‘19 (SM) for Pippin

Best Incidental or Original Music in a Play: Vincent Fontenelli ‘21 for Our Town

Best Dancing: Pippin

Best Specialty Ensemble: Zach Demko ‘19, Alison Harco ‘20, Stella Sabo ‘21, Amber Fairchild ‘21 & Gabriella Casturani ‘19 as Pippin & The 4 Dancers in Pippin

Best Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Play: Ethan Beaulac ‘21 as George Gibbs in Our Town

Best Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Play: Camille Vail ‘20  as Emily Webb in Our Town

Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Classical Play: Nicole Kolitsas ‘21 as Stage Manager in Our Town

Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Contemporary Musical: Zach Demko ‘19 as Pippin in Pippin

Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Contemporary Musical: Nicole Kolitsas ‘21 as Leading Player Dark in Pippin

Best Classical Play: Our Town

Best Contemporary Musical: Pippin

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