Milton High School returned from the Shuler Hensley Awards for Excellence in High School Musical Theatre with the top award for Overall Production for its presentation of The Drowsy Chaperone.
The production also took home the awards for Scenic Design and Lighting Design, both by Sim Jones.
"Milton High School is very proud of the cast, staff, and community support that contributed to the success of The Drowsy Chaperone," said Principal Cliff Jones.
The Broadway Dreams Foundation presented a scholarship for the Summer Intensive Program to Nicole Carpenter of Johns Creek High School.
Forty-two high schools from 12 counties, representing 14 school districts as well as private schools in the Greater Atlanta area participated this year. The Shuler Hensley Awards honored musical theatre excellence at the high school level. The program is an initiative of the ARTSBRIDGE education program of the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre Foundation.
Featured Performer Honorable Mentions went Colton Medlin & Crawford Horton - Gangsters 1 & 2.
Visit online for the complete list of Milton nominees.
Performances during the awards show from the six nominated schools nominated for Best Overall Production included Milton High.
School wishing to participate in the 2013 Shuler Awards may apply online. The awards are scheduled for Wednesday, April 17, 2013.
For general information on the Shuler Hensley Awards program, call 770-916-2800 or visit online.