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TO ACCESS ALL FOUR PUBLISHED REVIEWS:

The top four critic reviews from each Cappies show are selected for publication.  The top two reviews are published on the Philadephia Inquirer Word Press page.  The final two are available on the website.

All published reviews are available on the Cappies website.  

To see all four reviews, go to "Schools and Reviews" tab in the above menu.

Click on the name of the school's production on the left (hyperlink in blue).  The four published reviews will be listed there.

 

The link for the top two published reviews (which are printed on the Philly.com site) can also be found at the link below:

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Dates for the 2018-2019 Cappies year:

 

 

Sunday May 19th - The Fourteenth Annual Cappies Gala!   Unionville High School  4:30pm

 

Reviews of show will be posted on the Cappies Site as well as the Philadelphia Inquirer WordPress page.  Go to the Philly.com website at https://cappiesblog.wordpress.com/

 

 

 

 

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Greater Philadelphia Cappies

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The Cappies was created in the summer of 1999 by Bill Strauss, author of Millennials Rising:The Next Great Generation and founder of the Capitol Steps, and Judy Bowns, the Fairfax County Public Schools theatre resource teacher, in co-operation with theatre, music and journalism educators in the Washington D.C. area. Bill and Judy wanted to bring more positive attention to the creative efforts of teenagers. Bill, through his research and writing about generations especially the youth generation whom he named the Millennials, saw great promise in the talents of these young students and wanted to strengthen and celebrate their education in the arts and journalism.

There are currently fifteen Cappies chapters across the US and Canada. Each is made up of a cluster of high schools ranging in size from ten to sixty schools (public and private schools as well as home school groups). Within each chapter, every participating high school forms a critic team of students and designates at least one of its school shows to be its Cappies show which will be attended and reviewed by the critic teams from other schools.
  For more information about the Greater Philadelphia Cappies program, please visit our website: www.cappies.org/gpc

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