Ross School News, May 29


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East End Arts recognized the theatrical talents of nine Ross students, nominating them for 11 Teeny Awards. The 12th annual awards gala will be held on Sunday, June 8, at Longwood High School in Middle Island.

The following students were nominated for their work in the 2013 Fall One-Act Plays:

Best Supporting Actress in a Drama, freshman Daniela Herman as Hays in “Median,” sophomore Katie Morgan as Melissa in “The Individuality of Streetlamps,” and junior Amili Targownik as “The One-and-a-Half-Year Silent Girl.” Best Supporting Actor in a Drama,

sophomore Malik Basnight as Danny in “Median,” sophomore Yanni Giannakopoulos as Scotty in “Median.” Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy, freshman Daniela Herman as Bethel in “The Grand Scheme,”

senior Kate Mandrukevica as Raya in “Under Lubianka Square,” senior Naomi Tankel as Clarice in “The Grand Scheme.” Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy, Yanni Giannakopoulos as Arnold in “No Skronking,” sophomore Jin Zhang as Dex in “Gave Her the Eye.” Stage Management—One-Act Plays, junior Inga Cordts-Gorcoff.

Ross School seventh-graders present Metamorphosis: Mutations of the Imagination, an exhibition featuring East End artists Claire Watson, Lucy Winton, and Christian Little that will open with a reception on May 30 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Ross Gallery.

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