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“Hamilton” takes place during the American Revolutionary War and its aftermath. Connecticut had a lot to do with that war. George Washington slept here. J. Biggley, played by junior Nick Wasileski, during the dress rehearsal of Camp Hill High School spring musical “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.” on Friday.Camp Hill High School students from left, Spencer Hooper, Cole Batzler, Rhys Pinder and John Lichtenstein rehearse “Brotherhood of Man” during Act II of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”The nominations for the awards, modeled after the Tony Awards on Broadway, also included six each for Hershey High School and Central Dauphin East High School.Camp Hill performed “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.” Central Dauphin East brought “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” to the stage and Hershey offered “Damn Yankees.”Bishop McDevitt and Lower Dauphin each received five nominations and Bible Baptist and Palmyra each had four.The awards recognize outstanding achievements by local high school students in musical and play productions. May 19.Camp Hill also led in the play nominations, which were announced in January, getting eight for its production of “The Wisdom of Eve.”Lawrence (Sean Reynolds) and Freddy (Benton Felty) continue their ruse as each one seeks to secure $50,000 from the unsuspecting Christine Colgate (Alexandra Stambaugh) in a rehearsal of “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” at Central Dauphin East High School.Nominations for the eight musical categories are:Bible Baptist School “Annie Get Your Gun”Camp Hill High School “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”Central Dauphin East High School “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”Hershey High School “Damn Yankees”Lower Dauphin High School “Beauty and the Beast”Honorable mentions: Bishop McDevitt High School, “Bye Bye Birdie;” Elizabethtown Area High School, “Grease;” Encore! Home School Productions, “Meet Me in St.

Adam Rippon: As I got older and learned more about myself, my view of the world changed and for me that made all the difference. I used to care and worry so much about what other people thought of me when I didn’t even really know what I thought of myself. When I started doing and saying things that I thought were important, and were important to me, that’s when I truly became brave..

Was something magical about that (bicentennial) project. It really spoke to people in a way that nothing else we did spoke like, George said. Always had it in my mind to take the essence of that and turn it into something that had more substance to it, using this old fashioned, powerful way of community to tickle people interest in important historical events..