Local thespians named Stars of Tomorrow
Albion and Lyndonville/Medina musicals are honored
ROCHESTER – The Albion and Lyndonville/Medina drama departments both were honored Thursday in the annual “Stars of Tomorrow” program through the Rochester Broadway Theatre League.
Both programs compete in Division B, which includes many large suburban districts. Albion (The Wiz) and Lyndonville/Medina (Into the Woods) were honored for outstanding production crew. Albion was recognized for outstanding student orchestra. Lyndonville/Medina was honored for outstanding singing ensemble.
This was the third production where Medina students have joined Lyndonville for the annual spring musical that is performed in Lyndonville. The program received many awards through the “Stars of Tomorrow.” In addition to the ones already stated, Thomas Follman (as Jack) and Joseph Mangiola (as Rapunzel’s Prince) were named outstanding supporting actors. Regan Stacy (as Little Red Riding Hood) was named an outstanding supporting actress.
The RBTL also gave a “Tip of the Hat” award to Deanna Mangiola who played “Jack’s Mother” in Into the Woods.
Special recognition, submitted by the musicals’ directors, also was announced for Miranda King of Albion and Tiffani Durow of Lyndonville/Medina.