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SLS Theater Shines With 18 Halo Award Nominations

Valerie Parker
Once again, SLS Theater received many Halo Award nominations, with a total of 18 this year. These awards are for the two Upper School productions: Admissions and The Imaginary Invalid.

The Halo Awards recognize the best in high school theater in Connecticut. Judges considered more than sixty productions, adjudicating performances from both public and independent schools.

Head of School Mark Davis shared, “St. Luke’s thespians have had an incredible year, including this spring, in spite of extraordinary challenges. They have moved me – to deep thinking as well as to both tears and belly laughs – and shown that high school theater can simultaneously teach, lead, and entertain.”

This year, the Seven Angels Theatre’s Halo Awards Ceremony will be presented online on Tuesday, June 23 at 7:00pm. A link to the event will be posted on their Facebook Page.

The SLS Theater Halo Award nominees are:

BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEATURED ACTOR IN A PLAY:
Cameron Tyler as Monsieur Diafoirus/Guy in The Imaginary Invalid
 
BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEATURED ACTRESS IN A PLAY:
Cessa Lewis as Louison in The Imaginary Invalid
 
BEST COMIC MALE PERFORMANCE IN A PLAY:
Adrian Antonioli as De Bonnefoi/Beralde in The Imaginary Invalid
 
BEST COMIC FEMALE PERFORMANCE IN A PLAY:
Leila Pearson as Madame Fleurant in The Imaginary Invalid
Alexandra Vogel as Roberta Russert in Admissions
 
BEST PROPS DESIGN AND/OR MANAGEMENT:
Aisha Memon & Liana Seale for Admissions
 
BEST RUNNING CREW:
Run Crew for Admissions
 
BEST STAGE MANAGEMENT:
Paige Berta (SM) for The Imaginary Invalid
 
BEST PERFORMANCE BY A SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A PLAY:
Cameron Tyler as Bill Mason in Admissions
Henry Jodka as Cleante in The Imaginary Invalid
 
BEST PERFORMANCE BY A SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A PLAY:
Jillian Fisher as Beline in The Imaginary Invalid
 
FEARLESS AWARD:
Admissions
 
BEST PERFORMANCE BY A LEADING ACTOR IN A PLAY:
Henry Jodka as Charlie Luther Mason in Admissions
Jamie Ullman as Argan in The Imaginary Invalid
 
BEST PERFORMANCE BY A LEADING ACTRESS IN A PLAY:
Leila Pearson as Sherri Rosen-Mason in Admissions
Liana Seale as Toinette in The Imaginary Invalid
 
BEST CONTEMPORARY PLAY:
Admissions

BEST CLASSICAL PLAY:
The Imaginary Invalid

Congratulations to our dedicated cast, crew, and faculty. Their hard work and dedication made all this possible.
 
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