On Wednesday, students, faculty, and family members gathered in the Performing Arts Center to attend the 36th annual Fine Arts Award assembly, led by Jane Martineau, Bo Parish, and Simon Holt.
Outstanding Performances for The Game of Tiaras
Chloe Folts ’20 as Cinderella Nico Brown ’19 as The Blood Packet Guy Helena Dombkowski ’21 as The King
Compchorea Dance Awards
Choreographic Achievement Award Unseen - Kat Petrosky ’20 Hold My Heart - Mimi Doherty ’20, Chloe Folts ’20, and Ruchi Ladd ’20
Creative Achievement Award It’s A Mii - Aliya Khan ’22 & Sydney Swann ’22 Unseen - Kat Petrosky ’20 Realizing That The Student Center Doesn’t Provide Sporks (A Political Statement) - Samson Race Dorfman ’19
The Wow! Award Unsteady - Maddy Hubble ’20 Another Day of Sun - Morgan Pill ’20 & Kat Petrosky ’20
Excellence in Performance Award
Quella Gu ’19, Ruchi Ladd ’20, Nash Mendlinger ’19 Morgan Pill ’20, Kat Petrosky ’20
Compchorea Music Awards
Best Composition - Ethan Shao ’20 for Darkroom Best Performance - Ethan Shao ’20 for Darkroom
Outstanding Performances in RENT
Emi Fletcher ’21, for her portrayal of Seasons of Love soloist, Mrs. Davis, and as part of the ensemble Mimi Doherty ’20, for her portrayal of Mrs. Cohen and as a member of the Ensemble
Outstanding Performances in a Lead Role Keri Doherty ’20, for her portrayal of Maureen Johnson Nico Brown ’19, for his portrayal of Mark Cohen
RENT Pit Band Awards
Anna Terry ’21 - the Sondheim Award, which goes to a musician who has shown incredible persistence, determination and improvement in technique and ability.
Aidan Schuler ’20 - the Kander and Ebb’s Cabaret Award, which goes to a musician who has made the greatest contribution to the musical life of the pit band.
Ben Fauerbach ’19 - the Rodgers and Hammerstein Award, which goes to the best new player.
Noah Shafner ’19 - the Andrew Lloyd Webber Award, which goes to the most valuable player in the pit band.