McCademy Awards

Thank you to everyone for such a great year! We had over 100 individual students and more than 20 parents involved in the three shows and I am so proud of all that they have accomplished. The awards below recognize some of the outstanding moments and contributions of the year. Again, thanks to everyone for all of the hard work and for having such great attitudes!

The Katie MacKeil Award goes to the student that everyone loves to work with – the person with the best attitude, the student who is always positive and friendly, and is happy to be part of the team, no matter how large or small the role. Awarded to Katie MacKeil

Best Choreography Under Pressure and Interference from the Director: Yasmeen Griffin

Best Pronunciation of Obscure Medical Terminology: Nicole Nipper

Most Thoughtful, Perceptive and Empathetic: Katy Laughlin

Best Bedside Manner: Kaylee Lloyd as Nurse Susie in Wit

Most Astonishing, Intelligent, Mature, Thoughtful and Moving Performance: Mikeila McQueston as Vivian

Most Awesome Costume Design: Mikayla DuBreuil for Meat Gone Bad

Most Willing to do Whatever it Takes to Get Things Done: Morgan McNally

Funniest Moment:  Sophie Miller for “Leave Roxy alone!” and Trent DeHart for “Pansy.”

Most Moving Moment: Maria McCranie as E.M. reading the Runaway Bunny to Vivian

Best Completely Improvised Soy-Based Character: Kalynn Henderson as Tofu

Outstanding Achievement in Writing: Kenzie Knudson for Georgia Peach

Best On-Stage Fermentation: Emily Bunker as Grape

The Jordan Iacovella Award is for the Best Performance of an Inebriated Character. Awarded to Jordan Iacovella for Cuke

Best Destruction of Props and Set: Jessie McCord as T-Bone

Best Singing While Risking One’s Life Suspended Above the Stage on a Possibly Unsafe Contraption Made from Rope and Spare Parts: Shelby Bock as Velma Kelly

Best Transformation for Lame to Rad – Whoo-Hoo!: Connor Lawhead as Leek

Craziest Theatrical Debut: Josh Andrew Mattingly as Rib Eye

Most Energetic Performance: Gregor Haas as Bacon and Lily Ramos as Drumstick

Best Crying in the Meat Section: Jennifer Chamblee as Pork Chop

Best Crying in the Produce Section: Kyle Hamlin as Onion



Comments are closed.