MILLBURN, NJ - The Summit High School Performing Arts production of Pippin has received 16 Final Nominations from the Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Star Awards, the most of any of the 100 New Jersey schools participating in competition.
Summit is one of only seven schools selected as Outstanding Overall Production, the thirteenth year the Kent Place Boulevard campus has received that honor. As one of the super seven, Summit will perform a number on the Paper Mill stage during the event.
Final Summit nominations included:
Outstanding Overall Production of a Musical
Mitchell Sink -- Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Annie Milsten -- Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
Harry Saroff -- Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
Caroline Aubut -- Outstanding Performance in a Featured Role
Outstanding Performance by a Chorus
Outstanding Performance by a Orchestra
Anne Poyner -- Outstanding Achievement by a Director
Steve Rapp & Dan King -- Outstanding Achievement in Musical Direction
Kelly Mott-Sacks -- Outstanding Achievement in Choreography
Leo Hidalgo -- Outstanding Lighting Achievement
Outstanding Hair & Make-Up Achievement
The Educational Impact Award
Kate Abkemeier and the Set Crew; Austin Ruffino, Sound Head; Sophie Li, Stage Manager -- Student Achievement Awards
The Rising Star Awards ceremony will be held on Tuesday, June 4, beginning at 7:30 p.m.