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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.  

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

 

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Middletown - Archmere Academy in Claymont, DE. November 8, 2015 Review submitted by Emma Lewis of Agnes Irwin School Birth, death, what happens in the middle? What does it mean to be loved? How lucky are we to be alive, making rotations on a hunk of rock made of deceased stars, shuttling at a thousand miles per hour through space, revolving around a gaseous ball of flaming energy? Middletown lyrically examines each of these monumental questions through its handful of characters. Described as a ...
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The Miser - Westtown School in West Chester, PA. October 25, 2015 Review submitted by Molly Harnish of Delaware County Christian School What is it that you treasure most? Is it love? Money? Family? On Friday, the cast of Westtown School’s The Miser aptly revealed the treasures of several different characters, in part by uprooting them from their home in seventeenth century France and planting them firmly in 1960s Paris, thus adding a new twist to the classic tale of love, money, and what happen...
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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 ...
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