Milton Theatre receives six Shuler Awards

Director David Hopkins (center) and actors Louis Sellers and Harrison Lewis all received Shuler Awards for Milton’s production of Cabaret. 

MILTON, Ga. — Milton Theater recently won six Shuler Awards for their production of Cabaret.

The production earned the award for best overall production and best ensemble. Louis Sellers earned the distinction of best featured performer and Harrison Lewis won best supporting actor. Director David Hopkins earned best scenic design and Grant Norcom and Eli Jones were awarded for best sound.

Set in a nightclub against the backdrop of the rise of the third Reich, Cabaret is an exciting and dangerous story which follows a young American author, Clifford Bradshaw (Lewis), as he finds himself getting swept up in the dazzle of the Kit Kat Klub and 19-year old cabaret performer Sally Bowles (Mary Caroline Owens), while looking for inspiration in Berlin in the 1930s.

The Shuler Awards celebrate excellence in high school musical theater.

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