Xavier-Mercy Combine For Nine Halo Nominations

Xavier-Mercy Combine For Nine Halo Nominations
Xavier-Mercy Combine For Nine Halo Nominations
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Xavier and Mercy have a combined nine nominations for the Halo Awards, which celebrate high school students' achievements in theater. More than 60 high schools will be participating in the 16th Halo Awards over three nights.

The nominees for the June 3 awards at the Palace Theater in Waterbury (for tickets, call the box office at 203-757-4676):

Best performance by a feature actor in a musical: Mercy & Xavier High Schools: Jordan A. Leonardi '19 as Monsignor O'Hara in Sister Act.

Best scenic design and/or execution: Mercy & Xavier High Schools: Caroline Gmyrek and Emilee Apuzzo for Anon(ymous).

Best special effects: Mercy & Xavier High Schools: Lorra Webb and Noah Sonenstein '22 for Anon(ymous).

Best incidental or original music in a play: Mercy & Xavier High Schools: Noah Sonenstein '22 for Anon(ymous).

Best performance by a cast in an ensemble production: Mercy & Xavier High Schools: Anon(ymous).

Best male standout performance in an ensemble production: Mercy & Xavier High Schools: Sebby Fazzino '19 as Mr. Zyclo in Anon(ymous).

Best female standout performance in an ensemble performance: Mercy & Xavier High Schools: Talya Pitruzzello as Nemasini in Anon(ymous).

Fearless Award: Mercy & Xavier High Schools: Anon(ymous).

Best contemporary play: Mercy & Xavier High Schools: Anon(ymous).


Xavier is a private, Catholic all-boys high school in Middletown, CT.