In the first year the school has participated in the , Nazareth Area High School won a Freddy before the ceremony even took place.
Katie Fritchman of Nazareth Area High School won a student achievement award for her role in school's production of . It was announced at noon today on WFMZ Channel 69.
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The actual ceremony will be broadcast live May 24 at 7 p.m. from the State Theatre Center for the Arts in Easton by WFMZ. As part of the pre-show, Fritchman will be interviewed about her achievement. Along with the award, Fritchman earned an internship at The Express-Times.
This is the first year Nazareth has participated in the Freddy Awards. The school had previously, mostly because it had issues with the judging process.
A complete list of nominees is attached. Nazareth's production has been nominated in these categories:
- Outstanding Performance by a Featured Dancer
- Outstanding Small Ensemble Performance
Ryan Skerchak, Zack Esposito, Mikaela Esposito, “Good Morning”
- Outstanding Choreography
Tess Hamsher as Lina Lamont
- Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Mikaela Esposito as Kathy Seldon
- Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Ryan Skerchak as Don Lockwood