Centreville, Chantilly, Westfield Nominated for Cappies

The local high schools have a long reputation for outstanding theater productions, and Centreville, Chantilly and Westfield have just received a total of 14 Cappies nominations. Under Director Shannon Spicer, Chantilly High’s six nods were for its play, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.”
Directed by Patrick McGee, Centreville High’s musical, “Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka,” received one nomination. And under Director Enza Giannone-Hosig, Westfield High’s seven nods were for “The Play that Goes Wrong.”
The Cappies Gala will be Monday, June 12, at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., at which time the winners will be revealed. Westfield, Centreville and Chantilly students are competing for these awards against students from many other schools in the National Capital Area.

Centreville’s nominations
Madelyn Regan – Vocalist, Male Role

Chantilly’s nominations:
Best Play
Jack Wolff – Lead Actor, Male Role in a Play
Ella Ostlund - Supporting Actor, Female Role in a Play
Anna Crowley, Sarah Dodson, Rachel Shear – Stage Management
Sam Cole, Sam Ryu - Special Effects and/or Technology
Hannah Moghaddar – Bill Strauss Graduating Critic

Westfield’s nominations:
Anusha Krishnan – Comic Actor, Female Role in a Play
Matthew Florian – Featured Actor, Male Role in a Play
Zoe Brennan – Featured Actor, Female Role in a Play
Jaylah Bunch, Tyler Crevoisier, Jonathan Duncan, Teresa Seraphin – Stage Crew
Diya Mohanty – Stage Management
Critic Team
Preet Manukonda – Andy Mays Rising Critic