DOWNLOAD: 2016 Freddy Awards: School Performance Schedule and Ticket Info
School City Show Date/Time of Show Ticket Info
Northwestern Lehigh HS New Tripoli, PA Annie Get Your Gun Mar. 3, 4, 5 @ 7pm, Mar. 6 @ 2pm www.nwlehighsd.org (for online ticket orders) (on sale Feb. 22)
Salisbury HS Allentown, PA The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Mar. 3, 4, 5 @ 7pm, Mar. 6 @ 3pm salisburytheatre@salisburysd.org or call 610-797-4107 ext. 2508 (on sale Jan. 26)
Saucon Valley HS Hellertown, PA Thoroughly Modern Millie Mar. 3, 4, 5 @ 7pm, Mar. 6 @ 2pm www.svsdtheatre.com or chad.miller@svpanthers.org (on sale Jan. 25)
Easton Area HS Easton, PA Rogers & Hammerstein's Cinderella Mar. 4, 5 @ 7pm, Mar. 6 @ 2pm musicaltheater@eastonsd.org (on sale Jan. 30)
Moravian Academy Bethlehem, PA Big Fish Mar. 4, 5 @ 7:30pm, Mar. 6 @ 2pm Call Marla Strohl at 610-691-1600 (on sale Feb. 1)
Bangor Area HS Bangor, PA Ragtime (School Edition) Mar. 4 @ 7:30pm, Mar. 5 @ 2pm & 7:30pm,
Mar. 6 @ 2pm
bangortheaterboxoffice@gmail.com (on sale Jan. 11)
Emmaus HS Emmaus, PA Once Upon A Mattress Mar. 9, 10, 11 @ 7pm, Mar. 12 @ 2pm & 7pm,
Mar. 13 @ 2pm
www.eastpennsd.org/ehs (on sale Feb. 2)
Lincoln Leadership Academy
Charter School
Allentown, PA Mirror the Musical Mar. 10, 11, 12 @ 7pm Samuels Theatre at Cedar Crest College | Call Marisol Nales at 484-860-3300 or tickets can be purchased at door (on sale Jan. 25)
Belvidere HS Belvidere, NJ Little Shop of Horrors Mar. 11 @ 7pm, Mar. 12 @ 1pm & 7pm bhslsoh.brownpapertickets.com
(on sale Feb. 12th)
Catasauqua HS Northampton, PA All Shook Up Mar. 11, 12, @ 7pm, Mar. 13 @ 2pm www.cattysd.org | 610-697-0111 ext. 21117 (on sale Feb. 1)
Wilson Area HS Easton, PA Gigi Mar. 11, 12 @ 8pm, Mar. 13 @ 3pm 484-373-6030 ext. 6034 (on sale Feb. 1)
Northern Lehigh HS Slatington, PA Legally Blonde the Musical Mar. 17, 18 @ 7pm, Mar. 19 @ 2pm & 7pm,
Mar. 20 @ 2pm
Information Line Only 610-767-9832 ext.1259 | Order forms available at www.nlsd.org (On sale Jan. 18)
Warren County Tech. School Washington, NJ Annie Get Your Gun Mar. 18 @ 7pm, Mar. 19 @ 2pm & 7pm,
Mar. 20 @ 2pm
wcts.booktix.com (on sale Jan. 4)
North Warren Regional HS Blairstown, NJ Godspell Mar. 18, 19 @ 7:30pm, Mar. 20 @ 3pm General Admission (tickets at door) | (on sale Mar. 18)
Allentown Cent. Catholic HS Allentown, PA Rogers & Hammerstein's Cinderella Mar. 31 @ 7pm & Apr. 1 @ 7pm,
Apr. 2 @ 2pm & 7pm
http://www.acchs.info/ (on sale TBA)
Northampton Area HS Northampton, PA Oliver! Apr. 1, 2 @ 7pm, Apr. 3 @ 2pm nahsdramaclub.business@gmail.com or call 610-262-7812 ext. 11201 | (on sale Mar. 14) General admission
Freedom HS Bethlehem, PA Guys and Dolls Apr. 6, 7, 8, 9 @ 7pm, Apr. 10 @ 2pm fhstheatrecompany.com or e-mail freedomhighschooltheatre@gmail.com or call 610-867-6630 (on sale Jan. 5)
Whitehall HS Whitehall, PA Guys and Dolls Apr. 7, 8, 9 @ 7pm, Apr. 10 @ 2pm www.whitehallmusic.com/guysanddolls or call 610-437-5081 ext. 93270 (on sale Jan. 18)
Southern Lehigh HS Center Valley, PA Carousel Apr. 7, 8, 9, @ 7pm, Apr. 10 @ 2pm SouthernLehighTheatre@gmail.com (on sale Jan. 15)
Bethlehem Catholic HS Bethlehem, PA Wonderful Town Apr. 8, 9 @ 7pm, Apr. 10 @ 2pm;
Apr. 15, 16 @ 7pm
http://bit.ly/becatheater? for reserve seats or call 610-866-0791 for general admission seats (on sale Feb.1)
Nazareth Area HS Nazareth, PA Thoroughly Modern Millie Apr. 8, 9 @ 7:30pm, Apr. 10 @ 2pm;
Apr. 15, 16 @ 7:30pm, Apr. 17 @ 2pm
http://nahstheatre.weebly.com or email theatre@nazarethasd.org
Parkland HS Allentown, PA Titanic Apr. 13, 14, 15, 16 @ 7:30pm, Apr. 17 @ 3pm www.parklandsd.org/tickets (on sale now)
Warren Hills Regional HS Washington, NJ Guys and Dolls Apr. 14, 15 @ 7pm, Apr. 16 @ 1pm & 7pm plattc@warrenhills.org or call 908-892-8322 (on sale Feb. 15)
Hackettstown HS Hackettstown, NJ No, No, Nanette Apr. 14, 15, 16 @ 7pm, Apr. 17 @ 2pm shiggins@hackettstown.org or call 908-852-8150 x877 (on sale now)
William Allen HS Allentown, PA West Side Story Apr. 14, 15, 16 @ 7pm, Apr. 17 @ 2pm WAHSBoxOffice@gmail.com | (on sale TBA)
Phillipsburg HS Phillipsburg, NJ Carousel Apr. 15, 16 @ 7:30pm, Apr. 17 @ 2pm hsdrama@pburgsd.net (on sale Feb. 1)
Liberty HS Bethlehem, PA Pippin Apr. 21, 22, 23 @ 7pm lhstheatretix@yahoo.com or call 610-865-0615 (on sale Feb. 15)
Notre Dame HS Easton, PA She Loves Me Apr. 21, 22 @ 7:30pm, Apr. 23 @ 2pm & 7:30pm NDTCtickets@gmail.com or call 610-252-1067 (on sale Feb. 14)
Dieruff HS Allentown, PA The Producers Apr. 28, 29 @ 7pm, Apr. 30 @ 2pm dieruffboxoffice@yahoo.com or call June Hinkle at 610-349-5269 | (on sale February 1)

CONGRATULATIONS!

(Please see the video clips of these awards and performances below this list)

Outstanding Overall Production of a Musical - Dieruff High School for "In The Heights"

Outstanding Overall Production by a Smaller School - Notre Dame High School for "A Tale of Two Cities

Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role - Notre Dame High School's Patrick Davis as Sydney Carton in "A Tale of Two Cities"

Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role - Parkland High School's Victoria Bartkavage as Baker's Wife in "Into the Woods"

Outstanding Stage Crew - Whitehall High School for "How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"

Outstanding Production Number - Emmaus High School for "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" from "Mary Poppins"

Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actress - Dieruff High School's Ashley Velazquez as Abuela Claudia in "Hairspray"

Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actor - Southern Lehigh's Austin Piel as Man in Chair from "The Drowsy Chaperone"

Educational Impact Award - Presented to Lincoln Leadership Academy School

Vic Kumma Award for Outstanding Solo Vocal Performance - Notre Dame's Patrick Davis for "I Can't Recall" from "A Tale of Two Cities"

Outstanding Choreography - Dieruff High School for "In The Heights"

WVU Scholarships - Presented to Bethlehem Catholic High School's Madelyn Dundon and Parkland High School's Hannah Hakim

Outstanding Performance by a Featured Dancer - Dieruff High School's Jonathan Cruz as Graffiti Pete & Featured Dancer in "In the Heights"

Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role - Southern Lehigh High School's Chris Smith as Adolpho in "The Drowsy Chaperone"

Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role - Bangor Area School District's Tessa Bakke as Penny Pingleton in "Hairspray"

Outstanding Small Ensemble Performance - Freedom High School's Kelly Donah, Lizzie Trostle, Olivia D'Aprile, Brady Hill, Nikki Slavic, and Victoria Scovens for "Mama, I'm A Big Girl Now" from Hairspray

Outstanding Chorus - Bangor Area High School for "Hairspray"

Outstanding Use of Lighting - Dieruff High School for "In the Heights"

Student Achievement Award - Ryan Kuna from Bethlehem Catholic High School

Outstanding Performance by a Female Ensemble Member - Emmaus High School's Cathy Ritter as Miss Andrew in "Mary Poppins"

Outstanding Performance by a Ensemble Member Actor - Dieruff High School's Joemichael Luciano as Kevin Rosario from "In The Heights"

Outstanding Use of Costumes - Parkland High School for "Into the Woods"

Outstanding Use of Scenery - Whitehall High School for "How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying"

Outstanding Performance by an Orchestra - Parkland High School for "Into the Woods"

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About The Freddy Awards

From freddyawards.org

On May 22, 2003, the State Theatre Center for the Arts made history by becoming the first performing arts center in the country to produce, along with broadcast partner 69 WFMZ-TV, a three-hour, live television show to recognize and reward outstanding achievement in local high school musical theater. It was an extraordinary triumph for creator and executive producer Shelley Brown and her dedicated staff. Regional high schools from the Lehigh, Northampton and Warren County, NJ region now had their own TONY®'s -- The FREDDY© Awards.

In a society where performing arts are given far less attention then sports and academics, the State Theatre is committed to bringing attention to these talented students and preserving the future of theater. It is estimated that this program directly affects over 2,900 students in our area each year. In addition, hundreds of thousands of people experience the students' hard work and dedication to theater arts by enjoying the FREDDY© Awards Ceremony (similar to a local version of the "Glee" TV series), which is broadcast live on 69 WFMZ-TV.

The broadcast has been honored two regional EMMY Awards, in 2005 & 2011, and has also received 2 additional EMMY Nominations, 6 Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Awards, including the 2008 Award for Outstanding Television Program Designed for Children, and 2 Associated Press Award for Public Affairs. The 2008 FREDDY© program was the subject of a feature-length film documentary, Most Valuable Players, by Canyon Back Films, Los Angeles. Released in 2010, the documentary is part of Oprah Winfrey Network's (OWN) documentary film club which premiered in 2011.

The FREDDY© Awards are named after J. "Fred" Osterstock, the legendary "Fred the Ghost" of the State Theatre, who managed the company that owned the theatre from 1936 until his death in 1957.

The 2015 FREDDY© Awards Ceremony will take place on Thursday, May 21st, 2015.

 
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