St. Luke’s Receives Highest Number of Halo Nominations in CT

V. Parker
St. Luke's School received 30 Halo Award nominations for its 2016-2017 productions—more than any other school in Connecticut. The Halo Awards celebrate the best in Connecticut High School Theatre and is the most prestigious award show of its kind in the state. The Halo judges saw productions at approximately 80 schools from across the entire state, adjudicating both public and independent schools.

The 14th Annual Halo Awards Ceremony will take place on Tuesday, May 30 in Waterbury at the Palace Theatre.
 
St. Luke’s 2017 Halo Award Nominees include:
  • Best Featured Performance in a Play: Henry Jodka as George Deever in All My Sons
  • Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play: Ashley Parkinson as Sue Bayliss in All My Sons
  • Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play: Sarah Powless as Dr. Jim Bayliss in All My Sons
  • Best Comic Male Performance: Dylan Antonioli as Mrs. Higgins/Mrs. McGarrigle/Mrs. Jordan in The 39 Steps
  • Best Comic Male Performance: Michael Crispi as Frank Lubey in All My Sons
  • Best Comic Female Performance in a Play: Amelia Wyckoff as Lydia Lubey in All My Sons
  • Best Costume Design: Chloe Kekedijian for All My Sons/Rent
  • Best Hair/MakeUp Design: Chloe Kekedijian for Rent
  • Best Lighting Design: Jacqui Holzberger for All My Sons/Rent/The 39 Steps
  • Best Running Crew: Run Crew for The 39 Steps
  • Best Stage Management: Kristen Beaumonte for All My Sons
  • Best Original Program Cover Design or Artwork: Meg Adams for Rent
  • Best Dancing: Rent
  • Best Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Play: Ryan Linneman as Chris Keller in All My Sons
  • Best Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Play: Zoe Smith as Ann Deever in All My Sons
  • Best Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Musical: Henry Jodka as Roger Davis in Rent
  • Best Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Musical: Grace Cashman as Maureen Johnson in Rent
  • Best Performance by a Dynamic Duo in a Play: Max Lehnert and Tyleigh Zammit as Mr. Dunwoody and Mr. McQuarrie in The 39 Steps
  • Best Performance by a Dynamic Duo in a Play: Sarah Powless and Ellie Haljun as Dr. Jim Bayliss and Bert in All My Sons
  • Best Performance by a Dynamic Duo in a Musical: Dylan Antonioli and Charlie Hobbs as Tom Collins and Angel Schunard in Rent
  • Best Performance by a Cast in an Ensemble Play or Musical: The Cast of The 39 Steps
  • Best Male Standout Performance in an Ensemble Play or Musical: Ryan Linneman as Richard Hannay in The 39 Steps
  • Best Female Standout Performance in an Ensemble Play or Musical: Grace Cashman as Annabella/Margaret/Pamela in The 39 Steps
  • Fearless Award: Rent
  • Best Performance by  a Leading Actor in a Classical Play: Peter Leventhal as Joe Keller in All My Sons
  • Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Classical Play: Grace Cashman as Kate Keller in All My Sons
  • Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical: Michael Crispi as Mark Cohen in Rent
  • Best Classical Play: All My Sons
  • Best Contemporary Play: The 39 Steps
  • Best Contemporary Musical: Rent

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St. Luke’s School is a secular private school in New Canaan, CT for grades 5 through 12 serving 25 towns in Connecticut and New York. Our exceptional academics and diverse co-educational community foster students’ intellectual and ethical development and prepare them for top colleges. St. Luke’s Center for Leadership builds the commitment to serve and the confidence to lead.