Three Framingham Public School productions received nominations for the Massachusetts Educational Theater (MET) awards in May.
The awards ceremony is tonight, June 13 in Boston.
Walsh Middle School’s production of Godspell was nominated for best musical.
This is the fourth year in a row the Framingham middle school was nominated for that honor.
- Best Musical
- Best Actor – Max Connor as teacher/Jesus
- Best Acting Ensemble
- Best Choral Ensemble
- Best Dance Ensemble
- Best Set Design
- Best Props
- Best Lighting
Walsh won a MET Award last year for best musical for its production of Shrek.
Click here to view a slideshow of photos from Walsh’s Godspell.
Framingham High School Drama Company’s recent production of Legally Blonde the Musical, was nominated for 7 Massachusetts Educational Theater (MET) awards, including best musical.
- Best overall production
- Leading actor: Andrew Caira for the role of Emmet
- Acting Ensemble
- Dance Ensemble
- Stage Management
- Lighting Design
This has been a record year for the Framingham High School Drama Company who won the state’s drama festival’s Silver Cup for its production of Sideways Stories at Wayside School earlier this spring. Framingham High represented Massachusetts at the New England Drama Festival in April.
Fuller Middle School received one nomination for its production of Annie in 2015.
Alex Badaracco was nominated for best featured actor for his role of Bert Healy