Clear Creek ISD Theatre Productions Earn Tommy Tune Nominations
League City, Texas – The Clear Creek Independent School District is pleased to announce Clear Springs High School’s musical production of Big Fish and Clear Lake High School’s musical production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying earned 2017 Tommy Tune Award nominations.
Clear Springs earned a total of 14 nominations, including Best Overall Production. Big Fish is also nominated for two Best Leading Actor awards, Best Leading Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Best Featured Performer, Best Ensemble/Chorus, Best Scenic Design, Best Costume Design, Best Lighting Design, Best Stage Crew/Technical Execution, Best Musical Direction, Best Choreography and Best Direction. Clear Lake earned nominations for Best Scenic Design and Best Lighting Design.
The Tommy Tune competition is sponsored by Theatre Under the Stars. The award program recognizes excellence in musical theatre for the greater Houston Area. The 15th annual Tommy Tune Awards Ceremony will be held at the Hobby Center in Houston on April 18, 2017. With the Best Overall Production nomination, Clear Springs High School students will have the honor of performing a selection from Big Fish during the ceremony.
The Clear Springs High School Theatre Department is led by Director Mark Stonebarger. The Choir Department is led by Director Rob Phillips. The Clear Lake High School Theatre Department is led by Director Candace Currie.
Clear Springs High School cast for "Big Fish"
Clear Lake High School's cast for "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"