Awards & Nominations
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Recognizing and rewarding achievements in high school theatre since 2003
The NAHS Theatre Company would like to congratulate Emmaus HS (Miss Saigon) & Moravian Academy (Urinetown) for their awards of Outstanding Overall Production of a Musical and to all 2017 Freddy Award recipients & nominees.  Another outstanding year in high school musical theatre!
NAHS Awards & Nominations
2016   Oliver!
WINNER:  Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actress:  Madison Lahr as Nancy

2015  Once Upon a Mattress
Nominated:  Outstanding use of Costumes
Nominated: 
Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actor:  Nickolas Campbell as King Sextimus

2014  Bye Bye Birdie
Nominated:  Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actress:  Karen Fucia as Mrs. Mae Peterson

2013  Seussical
Nominated:  Outstanding Featured Performance by a Male Ensemble Member:  Dylan Ashton as the Mayor of Whoville
Nominated: 
Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actress:  Madison Lahr as Gertrude McFuzz

2012   big, The Musical
Nominated:  Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role:  Anthony Fetterhoff as Big Josh Baskin

2011   The Pajama Game
Nominated:  Outstanding Small Ensemble Performance:  Michael Medina & Erin Stevens for "I'll Never Be Jealous Again"
Nominated: 
Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actor:  Michael Medina as Vernon Hines

2010  A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum
Nominated:  Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actor:  Joey Jobes as Miles Gloriosus

2009  How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Nominated:  Outstanding Chorus
Nominated:
  Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actor:  Nate Sabo as Bud Frump

2007  Thoroughly Modern Mille
Nominated:  Outstanding Vocal Performance:  Brittany Malvey for "Only in New York"
Nominated: 
Outstanding Stage Crew
Nominated: 
Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actress:  Alyce Daubenspeck as Mrs. Meers

2006  Little Shop of Horrors
Nominated:  Outstanding Solo Vocal Performance:  Julia Damiani for "Somewhere That's Green"
Nominated:
  Outstanding Performance by a Small Ensemble:  Alyssa Cherewaty, Michelle Krill, Jillian Makos, Brittany Matvey, Beth McCall, Sasha McClain, Hayley Talaber for "Prologue/Little Shop of Horrors"

2005  Honk!
WINNER:  Outstanding Performance by a Featured Ensemble Member:  Hannah Burke as Dot

2004  Oklahoma!
Nominated:  Outstanding Performance by a Featured Ensemble Member:  Sascha Schone as Ali Hakim

2003  The Sound of Music
Nominated:  Outstanding Chorus
Nominated: 
Outstanding Solo Vocal Performance:  Melissa Babyak as Mother Abess
Nominated: 
Outstanding Scenic Design