The fourth in our series of five videos covering the 2015 Bobby G Awards on May 28 at the Buell Theatre is a brief montage showing highlights from the live medley performed by all Outstanding Actor and Actress nominees.
Opening the number are 2014 winners Abby Noble and Conner Kingsley. The nominees are:
- Emma Buchanan, Eponine in Durango High School’s Les Misérables
- Raegan DeBord, Amneris in Mountain View High School’s Aida
- Ty Eatherton, Puck in Chaparral High School’s Puck’s Potion
- Sam Hulsizer, Nathan Detroit in Rock Canyon High School’s Guys and Dolls
- Charlie Kolbrener, Moonface Martin in Fairview High School’s Anything Goes
- Taylor Lang, Aida in Mountain View High School’s Aida
- Dylan Ruder, Beast in Valor Christian High School’s Beauty and the Beast
- Alei Russo, Reno Sweeney in Fairview High School’s Anything Goes
- Evatt Salinger, Jean Valjean in Durango High School’s Les Misérables
- Lea Schoengarth, Mimi Marquez in Westminster High School’s Rent
TO WATCH THE FULL, UNEDITED MEDLEY, CLICK HERE
Medley produced by Claudia Carson and Ryan Durfee for the the DCPA.
The video culminates with the announcement of the winners.
Video by David Lenk and John Moore.
2015 Bobby G Awards: Outstanding Actor and Actress nominees. Photo by John Moore
Our 2014-15 Bobby G Awards coverage to date:
Bobby G Awards a triumph for Durango High School
Video: Bobby G Award winners sing National Anthem at Rockies game
Video: The Acceptance Speeches
Video: A look at Durango’s Outstanding Musical, Les Misérables
Photos: The 2015 Bobby G Awards. (Download for free)
Video: The 2015 Bobby G Awards in 60 seconds
Andre’ Rodriguez’s stirring Bobby G Awards speech
Video: See how we introduced all 30 participating schools
Video: Page to Stage highlights with Bobby G Awards winners
Meet your Bobby G Awards nominees, in their own words Video: Coloradans on Broadway to high-schoolers: ‘Be relentlessly yourself’
2014-15 Bobby G Awards: Complete list of nominations
2015 Bobby G Awards announces list of participating schools
Annaleigh Ashford raises $735 for new Bobby G Awards memorial fund
Denver Center establishes Randy Weeks Memorial Fund for The Bobby G Awards