Boca High and West Boca High both did well at the South Florida Cappies Gala on Tuesday evening at the Broward Center. The Cappies is an awards program for high school theatre and theatre journalism. The South Florida chapter includes 28 high schools, mostly in Broward and Palm Beach counties.
For the biggest awards of the evening, Boca High won the Musical award and Trevor Wayne won Lead Actor for their performance of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, while West Boca High’s Alexia Assuncao won for Lead Actress in a Musical from their show, Chicago.
Other local award winners included:
- Kayla Goldfarb, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Lead Critic
- “Brothers”, Boca High, Ensemble in a Musical
- Lee Alhanti, Marjory Stoneman, Creativity (Shrek)
- Bridget Foley, Marjory Stoneman, Comic Actress in a Musical
- Adams, Posner, Chapman and Guin, Boca High, Lighting
- Kanterman, Morelli, Stricker and Crew, West Boca, Stage Management and Stage Crew
- Samuel Cadieux, West Boca, Male Dancer
- John Barnitt, Marjory Stoneman, Featured Actor in a Musical
- Ryan Lim from West Boca for Male Vocalist
We previously wrote about the two Boca schools splitting 29 nominations.
Schools in the greater Boca area that participate include Boca High, Deerfield Beach High, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High (Parkland), North Broward Prep (Coconut Creek), Saint John Paul II High (on Military Trail near Lynn University), and West Boca High.
West Boca High celebrated their evening: