“Jacques Brel” Now Eligible for the 2017 Kelsey Awards

From left, Tom Chiola Trenton, Debi Zeontz, Michael Wewerand Haley Schmalbach.

Heading into their second weekend at The Kelsey Theatre, Pierrot Production’s Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris is now eligible for The 2017 Kelsey Awards.  Here’s everything you need to know about the show’s eligibility!


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For those unfamiliar with The Kelsey Awards, every summer, the theater awards and celebrates the best productions and performances from the current season. Each production’s Producer and/or Director will submit the show for eligibility after the show has opened. Once a show is eligible, the general public will vote over the summer for the shows and performances that will eventually become nominees and winners. (Click Here for a full rundown of the rules and guidelines.)

CLICK HERE TO SEE A LIST OF EVERY NOMINATION ELIGIBLE PRODUCTION SO FAR

Here is a list of the awards that Jacques Brel is eligible for at The 2017 Kelsey Awards.

  • Outstanding Cast Performance
    • The Cast of “Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris”
  • Outstanding Vocal Performance
    • Haley Schmalbach as “Haley”
  • Outstanding Stage Management
    • Ginny McGowen
  • Outstanding Sound Design
    • Ginny McGowen
  • Outstanding Lighting Design
    • Bernie McGowen
  • Outstanding Character Design
    • Ruth Rittmann
  • Outstanding Scenic Design
    • Pete LaBriola
  • Outstanding Choreography
    • Pete LaBriola & Haley Schmalbach
  • Outstanding Music Direction
    • Erica Silver
  • Outstanding Director of a Musical
    • Pete LaBriola
  • Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical
    • Haley Schmalbach as “Haley”
  • Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical
    • Tom Chiola as “Tom”
    • Michael Wemer as “Michael”
  • Outstanding Production of a Musical

CLICK HERE TO SEE A FULL LIST OF EVERY NOMINATION ELIGIBLE PRODUCTION SO FAR.

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