The Viking Theatre Company at Nashoba Tech won several awards at the recent Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild competition, held at Westford Academy.
The students presented “Challenger: To Touch the Face of God,” a dramatic telling of the aftermath of the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster of Jan. 28, 1986, when the shuttle broke apart 73 seconds after lift-off, killing all seven crew members.
The Viking Theatre Company earned the following awards.
Stage Manager’s Award: Abby Poor, senior, Chelmsford.
Technical Excellence in Acting: Brian McCall, junior, Pepperell.
Technical Excellence in Set Design: Mikayla Barrett, sophomore, Boxboro; Melina Copson, freshman, Pepperell; Alexander Johnson, sophomore, Littleton; Abigail Poor, senior, Chelmsford; Alex Ruggiero, senior, Chelmsford; Emma Sa, senior, Chelmsford; Dylan Schenck, freshman, Chelmsford; Saundra Spoth, senior, Pepperell.
Technical Excellence in Sound Design & Execution: Dallas Quakenbush, freshman, Westford; Zachary MacDonald, freshman, Westford.
Award-winners for Nashoba Tech’s Viking Theatre Company in the recet METG competition include, front, from left, Zachary MacDonald and Abigail Poor; and, back, from left, Dylan Schenck, Brian McCall, Alexander Johnson, Emma Sa, Mikalya Barrett, Dallas Quakenbush amd Alex Ruggiero.