Ray of Light Awards 2013

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Ray of Light Awards:  Central Pennsylvania H.S. Theatre Honors

Sunday, May 19th

8:00pm on WNEP2

Join us on WNEP2, for the best-of-the-best in high school stage productions!  21 productions from 12 area schools are hoping to grab a hold of their own Ray of Light!  The event is conceived, adjudicated and produced by Williamsport’s Community Theatre League.

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WATCH ALL OF THE STUDENT PERFORMANCES from the show, click here!

Broadcast:  Sunday, May 19, 2013 on WNEP2 at 8pm


Sunday, May 12, 2013:  the gala event begins at 4:30pm with the Red Carpet Arrival.  All participating high schools will strut their stuff as they arrive at the Community Arts Center, Williamsport.  Then, at 6:00pm sharp, the curtain at the rises on the Ray of Light Awards:  19 categories; 14 live musical selections performances.  Live the tension and excitement as the “Best of…” awards as presented by the Community Theatre League.

 Click here for a list of the nominees.

 Join us again after the event for a look at some performances and a list of award winners.


When high school students hit the stage across our area, the audience hushes, the curtain rises, and the lights go up.  As the show begins, the butterflies turn to excitement and the scene comes alive!  The students, through a whole host of theatrical resources, will evoke joy, sadness, excitement and most of all awe.

 In central Pennsylvania, excellence on stage is recognized in the form of the Ray of Light Awards, presented by the Community Theatre League of Williamsport.

 The goal of the awards:  recognizing the efforts of area schools while honoring the memory of a man who made theatre a major part of his life, Mr. Ray Phillips.

 You will see samples of musicals and learn who won the Ray of Light in 19 different categories.

 Come out to the Community Arts Center, and then watch it all over again on WNEP2.

 For tickets, visit the CAC box office, www.caclive.com, or call (570) 326-2424.  Adults:  $15; Students:  $10.


Special thanks to the Community Theatre League and Community Arts Center, Williamsport.

The event is sponsored in part by:  the Pennsylvania College of Technology.

The WNEP2 broadcast event is sponsored in part by: Citizens and Northern Bank.

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