McKinney High School received more high school musical nominations than any other school in the metroplex, according to an announcement made by the Dallas Morning News Sunday. McKinney High’s production of Monty Python’s Spamalot received 12 nominations including best musical and best actor.
The winners of the Third Annual DSM High School Musical Theater Awards will be revealed at a red-carpet gala mirrored after the Tony Awards on April 30 at Fair Park Music Hall. All high schools nominated for best musical, including MHS, will perform at the award ceremony.
Alex Miles, who played King Arthur in MHS’s Spamalot and Zoe Aarts, who played Belle in Boyd High School’s Beauty and the Beast are nominated for best actor and best actress, respectively, and will compete for an all-expense-paid trip to New York City to compete in the National High School Musical Awards held on June 30.
Luke Moraglia (MHS) is nominated for best featured performer. Riley McRae (MBHS) is nominated for best supporting actress while Caleb Whitten (MHS) is nominated for best supporting actor.