The Queen’s Court Company Nominated for 15 Basie Awards

Trinity Hall congratulates the members of the Queen’s Court Company who were nominated for the 2023 Basie Awards for their outstanding performances in the fall drama These Shining Lives and the spring musical Ranked. Every year, The Count Basie Center for the Arts hosts their annual Basie Awards, an award show based on the Tony Awards for local high school theater productions. For both dramatic and musical productions, Basie evaluators watch the show, review the performance as a whole as well as the actors and actresses, and then make their nominations. 
This year, members of QCC’s fall production These Shining Lives and spring musical Ranked have been nominated in the following categories: 
Drama Nominations for These Shining Lives:
Outstanding Company in a Drama: Trinity Hall's Queen's Court Company
Outstanding Production of a Play:
Trinity Hall  –  These Shining Lives
Outstanding Lead Performance in a Drama – Female Identified Role:
Bridget Johnston ‘23
Outstanding Supporting Performance in a Drama – Female Identified Role:
Logan Connor ‘23
Leah Marchetti ‘23
Fiona O’Brien ‘23
Outstanding Featured Performance in a Drama– Female Identified Role:
Colleen Yurcisin ‘23
Outstanding Featured Performance in a Drama – Male Identified Role:
Ben Amstislavskiy
Emily Rae Johns ‘25
Outstanding Lead Performance in a Drama – Male Identified Role:
Tyler Izzo  
Carole Malik Award Outstanding Costume Design In A Play:
Emma Freeman ‘23
Outstanding Set Design in a Play:
Katherine Calamusa ‘24
Outstanding Lighting Design in a Play:
Grace Sullivan ‘24
Outstanding Direction in a Play:
Ellen Phillips
Musical Nominations for Ranked: 
Outstanding Small Music Ensemble:
Michael Kabash
Congratulations to the Queen’s Court Company on their Basie Award nominations! 

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