CLO Names Nominees for Gene Kelly Awards; over the Past Three Months, 28 Judges Have Attended Musical Performances at 28 Alle[226 128 145 ]Gheny County High Schools before Selecting the Nominees for Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera's 2016 Gene Kelly Awards for Excellence in High School Musical Theater. [Derived Headline]

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CLO Names Nominees for Gene Kelly Awards; over the Past Three Months, 28 Judges Have Attended Musical Performances at 28 Alle[226 128 145 ]Gheny County High Schools before Selecting the Nominees for Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera's 2016 Gene Kelly Awards for Excellence in High School Musical Theater. [Derived Headline]


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Over the past three months, 28 judges have attended musical performances at 28 Alle[226 128 145 ]gheny County high schools before selecting the nominees for Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera's 2016 Gene Kelly Awards for Excellence in High School Musical Theater.

The best-actor and best-actress award winners will represent the Gene Kelly Awards in the eighth-annual National High School Musical Theatre Awards on June 27 in New York City. Several cash and university scholarships also will be awarded.

The awards show will be at 7:30 p.m. May 28 at the Benedum Center, Downtown.

Details: pittsburghCLO.org

Best musical

Budget level I: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, "Thoroughly Modern Millie"; Pittsburgh CAPA, "West Side Story"; St. Joseph, "Les Miserables"

Budget level II: Avonworth, "Into the Woods"; Chartiers Valley, "Les Miserables"; Hampton, "Monty Python's Spamalot"

Budget level III: Baldwin, "Big Fish"; Pine Richland, "The Music Man"; Woodland Hills, "Peter Pan"

Best scenic design

Budget level I: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, "Thoroughly Modern Millie"; Pittsburgh CAPA, "West Side Story"; St. Joseph, "Les Miserables"

Budget level II: Avonworth, "Into the Woods"; Chartiers Valley, "Les Miserables"; Elizabeth Forward, "9 to 5: The Musical"

Budget level III: Baldwin, "Big Fish"; Pine-Richland, "The Music Man"; Woodland Hills, "Peter Pan"

Best costume design

Budget level I: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, "Thoroughly Modern Millie": Pittsburgh CAPA, "West Side Story"; St. Joseph, "Les Miserables"

Budget level II: Avonworth, "Into the Woods"; Chartiers Valley, "Les Miserables"; Hampton, "Monty Python's Spamalot"

Budget level III: Baldwin, "Big Fish"; Pine-Richland, "The Music Man"; Woodland Hills, "Peter Pan"

Best lighting design

Budget level I: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, "Thoroughly Modern Millie"; Pittsburgh CAPA, "West Side Story"; St. …

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