NK Theatre Arts walked away from this year’s Manchester Musical Awards with another win after Hannah Gorst was judged Best Choreographer for the terrific dancing which saw the production of Fame earn rave reviews. 

The Manchester Musical Awards celebrates the successes of various musical societies and production companies from throughout the region over the last 12 months. 
17 performances were judged throughout Greater Manchester over the year so the competition was fierce. 
Hannah c
ommented,I had an insane cast to work with and some incredible dancers took part in this show, the hardest thing for me was to ensure that I challenged them all in the choreography that featured in the show and they certainly met those challenges head on.  So although I am delighted to win, it’s not just a win for me but for all of the people that took part in the show and made it such an enjoyable and professional experience for everyone that saw Fame.” 

As well as winning Best
Choreographer, there were also nominations for NK Theatre Arts in the Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress and Best Ensemble Piece in this year’s ceremony.  NK will also kick off the 2016/17 productions that will be adjudicated at the Manchester Musical Awards as SPAMALOT premiers in Stockport for the first time this coming September.


2016 -
Best Choreographer - WINNER - Hannah Gorst (Fame)
            Best Actress - Nomination - Emma Ramsden (Mary Magdeline - Jesus Christ Superstar)
            Best Ensemble Piece - Nomination - What's The Buzz (Jesus Christ Superstar)
            Best Supporting Actor - Nomination - John Dean (Joe Vegas - Fame)
            Best Supporting Acress - Nomination - Louise Shufflebotham (Miss Sherman - Fame)

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