Centreville Chantilly, Westfield Score Cappies Nominations

Continuing their tradition of outstanding, high-school theater, Centreville, Chantilly and Westfield last week received a total of 11 Cappies nominations. Under Director Patrick McGee, Centreville High’s two nods were for its musical, “Cinderella” (Enchanted Edition). 

Under Director Andy Shaw, Chantilly High’s four nominations were for its musical, “Anything Goes.” And under Director Enza Giannone-Hosig, Westfield High’s five nods were for its play, “Miss Holmes.” 

The winners will be revealed at the Cappies Gala on Monday, June 10, at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Centreville, Chantilly and Westfield thespians are competing for these awards against students from many other schools in the National Capital Area.

Centreville’s nominations:

Madelyn Regan – Vocalist in a Female Role;

Madelyn Regan – Andy Mays Rising Critic.

Chantilly’s nominations:

David Garcia – Supporting Actor in a Male Role in a Musical;

Grace Drost – Featured Actor in a Female Role in a Musical;

Sam Wolff – Dancer in a Male Role;

Mary Clare Pelczynski, Sam Wolff – Choreography.

Westfield’s nominations:

Zoe Brennan - Lead Actor in a Female Role in a Play;

Yishak Kefyalew Kelkay - Featured Actor in a Male Role in a Play;

Diya Mohanty – Stage Management;

Vinita Adhira, Neveah Hampton, Anusha Krishnan, Eden Teni - Marketing and Publicity;

Justin Pokrant – Bill Strauss Graduating Critic.

In Westfield’s “Miss Holmes” are (from left) Yishak Kelkay, Thomas Craypoff, Mackenzie Vance, Zoe Brennan and Gwendolyn Eagle.