2004 Cappies Winners

2004 Cappies Winners

Male Critic

Sam Willmott, Jefferson

Female Critic

Lauren Abramson, TC Williams

Critics Team

TC Williams


Steven Lederer, Flint Hill, "Dearly Departed"


Mike Mauren, Amy Radebaugh, Julian Karlen, Herndon, "Into the Woods"


Marley Monk, Greg Scali, Chantilly, "Don't Drink the Water"


Liz Hebert, Lee, "The Rivals"


Kwame Head, Duke Ellington, "Amen Corner"

Props & Effects

Beth Goodell, Grace Royer, Fairfax, "Blithe Spirit"

Stage Crew

Uland Berry, Monique Purnell, Flight Crew, Mount Vernon, "Peter Pan"


Zachary Heller, Edison, "The Boyfriend"


West Potomac, "Les Miserables"


In a Play

Company Members of Nothing On, McLean, "Noises Off"


In a Musical

Apostles, Bishop Ireton, "Godspell"

Cameo Actor

Steve Hock, Madison, "Much Ado About Nothing"

Cameo Actress

Nora O'Reilly, Wakefield High, "Runaways"

Male Dancer

Zach Heller, Edison, "The Boyfriend"

Female Dancer

Collette Yori, Edison, "The Boyfriend"

Male Vocalist

Thomas Matthews, St. Albans & National Cathedral, "Les Miserables"

Female Vocalist

Emily Wilson, St. Albans & National Cathedral, "Les Miserables"

Comic Actor

In a Play

Branson Reese, Westfield, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead"

Comic Actress

In a Play

Alex Valentin, Lee, "The Rivals"

Comic Actor

In a Musical

David Hankla, St. Albans & National Cathedral, "Les Miserables"

Comic Actress

In a Musical

Audrey Bales, West Potomac, "Les Miserables"

Featured Actor

In a Play

Matthew Marcus, Hylton, "A Midsummer Night's Dream"

Featured Actress

In a Play

Michelle Johnson, South Lakes, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"

Featured Actor

In a Musical

Jake Odmark, Bishop Ireton, "Godspell"

Featured Actress In a Musical

Rachel Greenspan, West Potomac, "Les Miserables"

Lead Actor In a Play

DJ Cashmere, South Lakes, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"

Lead Actress

In a Play

Keona Welch, Duke Ellington, "Amen Corner"

Lead Actor

In a Musical

Marshall Nannes, Whitman, "Fiddler on the Roof"

Lead Actress

In a Musical

Sarah Villyard, Centreville, "Fame"


'Epilogue,' St. Albans & National Cathedral, "Les Miserables"


'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead,' Westfield


'Les Miserables,' St. Albans & National Cathedral