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SCA Theatre Brings Home Cappie Awards for Best Actor and Ensemble

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is pleased to announce that several outstanding SCA actors were recognized for their performance in Sherlock Holmes and the First Street Baker Street Irregular in the Best Actor and Best Ensemble in a Play categories at the annual Kansas City Cappies Award Gala recently.

For their performance in Sherlock Holmes and the First Baker Street Irregular, the Best Ensemble in a Play award was given to the Baker Street Irregulars actors which included: freshmen Aidan Lahey, Mackenzie Madsen, Collin Pemberton, and Annie Harsch, sophomore Irie Kudrin, and junior Jennah Finnegan.

SCA junior John Davis was awarded Best Actor in a Play for his performance as detective Sherlock Holmes in Sherlock Holmes and the First Baker Street Irregular.

Now in its 15th year in Kansas City, the Kansas City Cappies works with high school theatre students all over the metropolitan area. The season culminates with a grand Gala event, with performances from the top ranked plays and musicals from the season, and awards given for the best performers, technicians, and writers of the year. SCA Theatre is a member of the of KC Cappies as well as the International Thespian Society. The theatre program has two major productions each year, plus One Act performances and an improv team. In addition, SCA offers a variety of theatre classes open to students grades 7-12.

SCA junior Irie Kudrin, freshman Aidan Lahey, freshman Collin Pemberton, freshman Mackenzie Madsen, junior Jennah Finnegan, and freshman Annie Harsch received the Cappie for the Best Ensemble in a Play as the Baker Street Irregulars in Sherlock Holmes and the First Baker Street Irregular.

SCA Junior John Davis received the Cappie for Best Actor in a Play for his portrayal of detective Sherlock Holmes in Sherlock Holmes and the First Baker Street Irregular.

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