Mamma Mia production receives nine award nominations
Star Journal Report
Rhinelander High School’s performance of Mamma Mia will be vying for awards in nine categories at the Jerry Awards program in June. The Jerry Awards recognizes excellence in Wisconsin high school musical theater. Educators and industry professionals review productions at more than 85 high schools in 30 counties around the state, providing valuable feedback. The program elevates the importance of musical theater within high schools.
The nine nominees include Hannah Rumney, from left, outstanding stage management; Bridget Koser, outstanding supporting performance for her role as Rosie; Raven Sturtevant, outstanding supporting performance for her role as Tanya; Adam Bloom, outstanding lead performance for his role as Sam; Peyton Pitterle, outstanding supporting performance for his role as Bill; Lauren Iverson, outstanding lead performance for her role as Donna; Samantha Seifert, outstanding supporting performance for her role aws Lisa, and Emily Gregesich, outstanding stage management. Not pictured is Neil Rumney, outstanding set design.
The awards show will be held at the Overture Center in Madison in June. Two outstanding performers will be selected to represent the program at the National High School Musical Theater Awards competition in New York City.