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By Orange County Register

2016 NATIONAL YOUTH ARTS AWARDS

National Youth Arts has announced its 11th annual awards honoring outstanding work in theater. This year more than 500 productions from more than 160 theater programs in more than 70 cities spanning 15 states were considered. Based on the judges’ individual choices, there may be anywhere from zero to more than a dozen winners in any particular category. Nominees are those who stood out in that particular category. The following productions from Orange County were honored.

OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION – winners: “The Addams Family,” Tri-School; “Crazy for You,” Orange County School of the Arts; “Pippin,” Huntington Beach Academy for the Performing Arts; “Sweet Charity,” Mission Viejo; nominees: “The Addams Family,” San Clemente; “Boeing Boeing,” Huntington Beach APA; “The Would-Be Gentleman,” Tri-School Theatre

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