CCC's production of "Les Misérables" wins two Perry Awards
The New Jersey Association of Community Theaters (NJACT) honored Cumberland County College's theater production of "Les Misérables" with two Perry Awards during an award ceremony at the DoubleTree Hotel and Conference Center in Somerset, New Jersey on September 21.
Deborah Bradshaw, Cumberland County College's Theatre Programs Director, received her first Perry Award in the category of Outstanding Production of a Musical.
For her role as "Fantine," Nicole Corigliano received her first Perry Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical.
Cumberland County College's production of "Les Misérables" was recognized as one of BroadwayWorld.com's 2013 Best of Philly/South Jersey picks.
The lavish production, presented in November 2013, was the centerpiece of the Luciano Theatre's 20th anniversary season. The ambitious musical featured a 30-foot rotating stage, elaborate costumes, a full orchestra, and the same script and score that has been performed on Broadway for the past 26 years.
Others from Cumberland County College who were nominated for a Perry Award for their work in "Les Misérables" included :
Outstanding Musical Direction - Roz Metcalf
Props - Chris Totora
Scenic Design - Chris Totora
Supporting Actor - AJ Mendini
Lead Actress - Rachel Burghen
Outstanding Youth Actor - Zachary Bispo
Outstanding Production of a Musical
Congratulations to all!