After being nominated for 21 Cappies for the fall production of The Drowsy Chaperone, Loveland High School students brought home six awards from the annual Cappies Gala at the Aronoff Center on May 23:
Orchestra - The Drowsy Orchestra
Ensemble in a Musical - "The Gangsters" - Andrew Hoffmann and Aidan McCracken
Featured Actor in a Musical - Myles Lamson (Played the Butler Underling.)
Lead Actor in a Musical - Luke Rohling (Played The Man in Chair.)
Song - Toledo Surprise (Featured the entire cast and was performed as an excerpt at the Gala.)
Male Critic - Luke Rohling (The award included a $500 scholarship along with the trophy.)
The Cappies of Greater Cincinnati recognize the hard work and talent of the local high school theater community, including young writers, performers and technical crews. Students who participate in the Cappies program are trained as critics, attend shows at other schools, and write and publish reviews. At the conclusion of the program, student critics vote to give awards to their fellow students for outstanding productions, group and individual performances, as well as achievements in various technical categories.
Photo caption: The entire cast from Loveland High School’s production of The Drowsy Chaperone performed an excerpt of the award-winning song Toledo Surprise at the Cappies Gala on May 23.