South Huntington

School District

12th Annual

Hunting-Tony Awards

South Huntington is proud to recognize Walt Whitman’s winners at the 12th Annual Hunting-Tony Awards Ceremony that was held early this June at Huntington High School. This year, Walt Whitman was nominated for 11 awards and won Best Crew in the play The Crucible, Best Choreography in the musical Legally Blonde, and Sophomore Jaren Smullian won Best Supporting Actor in the musical Legally Blonde.

“I am thoroughly proud of my entire staff, cast, crew and pit,” shared WWHS Theatre and Dance instructor, Ms. Turner-Radin. “It has been a rough few years for the education community and these productions delivered the inspiration, laughter, and magic we all needed.”

This year’s performances showcased so many of our students and the talent level they possess, and we are fortunate to have had the opportunity to recognize those involved in making this year's program such a success. Congratulations to our nominees and award winners on a job well done!

Councilwoman Joan Cergol and Councilman Dr. Dave Bennardo present WWHS Sophomore Jaren Smullian with the award for Best Supporting Actor in the musical Legally Blonde.

Walt Whitman High School Seniors Olivia Martinez and Brian Dammer accepted the award for Best Stage Crew for the play The Crucible.

Walt Whitman High School senior dancers, Emily Gorecki and Kira Steffen, accepted the award for Best Choreography for the musical Legally Blonde.

Walt Whitman's presenters and award recipients at the annual awards ceremony.



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