Arts & Entertainment

Chatham High Performers McCaffrey, LaChance Nominated for Acting Awards

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Neil McCaffrey is up for an award recognizing an Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role Credits: CHS
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Owen LaChance is nominated for an Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role Credits: CHS
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CHATHAM, NJ - The CHS Theatre Department's production of Look Homeward, Angel received four Montclair State Foxy Award nominations.

Junior Neil McCaffrey received a nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, and sophomore Owen LaChance was nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Outstanding Scenic Design, and Outstanding Properties.  

“I am thrilled to see these talented young actors recognized for their work," Laura Russo, CHS theatre teacher and director of the CHS production of Look Homeward, Angel, said. "Neil and Owen tackled these challenging characters with maturity and depth. I am so proud of their dedication to Theatre Arts!”

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The Foxy Awards recognize excellence is non-musical high school and middle school productions.

The award's ceremony will be held on May 16th at Montclair State University.

 

 

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