Join us for a celebration of high school musical theater on the main stage of Reynolds Hall. The Smith Center will present the Nevada High School Musical Theater Awards recognizing nominees for Best Lead Actor and Actress from this year's statewide high school musical theater productions as well as students and ensemble casts in 14 different award categories. Be in attendance and help us pack the house with family, friends, mentors, teachers and those who just love musical theater. Select nominees will perform in front of a panel of esteemed judges, numerous students and schools will take home awards in their nominated categories, and two students will be selected to represent Nevada in the 2020 Jimmy® Awards in New York City. For additional information about the national program, please visit www.jimmyawards.com.
All seats are General Admission Seating and are $10.00 per ticket.
The following schools are presenting eligible musical productions during the 2019 – 2020 school year and are participants in the Nevada High School Musical Theater Awards.
American Preparatory Academy
Arbor View High School
Bishop Gorman High School
Bonanza High School
Calvary Chapel Christian School
Centennial High School
Cheyenne High School
Clark High School
Coronado High School
Del Sol Academy of the Performing Arts
Desert Oasis High School
Faith Lutheran High School Conservatory of Fine Arts
Foothill High School
Green Valley High School
Lake Mead Christian Academy
Las Vegas Academy of the Arts
Las Vegas High School
Legacy High School
Lincoln County High School (Panaca)
Palo Verde High School
Rancho High School
Robert McQueen High School (Reno)
Silverado High School
Spring Valley High School
Valley High School
Virgin Valley High School (Mesquite)
West Career & Technical Institute
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