Celebrating Artistic Talent & Dedication: 2019 Arts Awards

The Creative Arts Department Awards celebrate High School students who exhibit exceptional talent and dedication to their art.
The 2019 awards ceremony was preceded by a special reception recognizing former Arts Department Chair Mr. Jason Dougherty for his contributions to the BT creative arts program.

CREATIVE ARTS DEPARTMENT AWARDS:

The Department Awards are presented to students who exhibit talent and dedication above and beyond anything humanly imaginable. If you would stop by the Arts Department at any given time you would most likely find the following students doing their thing, and doing it very well!

The Dance Award – Benny K. ‘19
The Instrumental Music Award – Zachary V. ‘19
The Choral Leadership Award – Joshua S. ‘19 and Michael M. ‘19
The Technical Theatre Award – Menachem P. ‘19
The Visual Art Award – Toby B. ‘19
The Musical Theatre Award – Eitan M. ‘19, Joseph L. ‘19, Elizabeth G. ‘19, and  Eli W. ‘19
The Performing Arts Rookie of the Year Award – Evyatar S. ‘19

The Allison Heyden Memorial Arts Award: Aaron Frazer '09
This award is given annually to Beth Tfiloh alumni who have established themselves in the Arts. A talented and athletic High School student, Allison Heyden z"l, BT Class of ‘05 was known for her sparkling smile, her effervescent personality and most of all, her passion for fashion design. An up-and-coming designer, Alli’s senior collection put her school, Savannah College of Art and Design, on the map when it was showcased in Neimann Marcus’ Atlanta store window, featured in Cosmopolitan magazine and in the New York Times fashion magazine. As a rising star in the fashion industry, Alli was named one of 100 top fashion designers whose work was published in the book Emerging Fashion Designers by Sally Congdon Martin. She had a passion and a talent that made her shine. 

The Ellie Goldenberg Distinguished Performer Award: Shira P. ‘19
This award was established in memory of Ellie Goldenberg '12 z"l. The award recognizes a dedication to the craft and a desire to be the absolute best — a combination of amazing talent with an intense determination, as Ellie was extremely talented, but she never rested on her laurels, she constantly worked to improve herself.

H. Morton Rosen Arts Award: Yael S. ‘19
Instituted in 2001, the award is named in honor of the generous benefactor of our Performing Arts Center. The award is given annually to a graduating student who has consistently and selflessly contributed to the overall excellence of the Creative Arts Program.

BALTIMORE THEATRE AWARDS
This cast and crew of the High School’s fall play, “Arsenic and Old Lace," earned 11 nominations for the Baltimore Theatre Awards and took home four awards for Best Scenic Design, Best Set Construction, Best Stage Crew of a Play and Best Props. Congratulations to the following students:

Best Scenic Design of a Play:
Joshua A. ’20, Samuel A. ’20, Hershel B. ’20, Eden B. ’20, Alexa C. ’20, Jordyn R. ’20, Samuel R. ’20, Shira S. ’20, Tyler S. ’20, Ethan T. ’20, and Tyler Y. ‘20

Best Set Construction of a Play:
Gal E. ’22, Aryeh P. ’22, Jacob S. ’22, David S. ’22, Jacob Z. ’22, Ari B. ’21, Eli C. ‘21, Romi D. ‘21, Jenna F. ’21, Simon G. ‘21, Jacob H. ‘21, Samuel K. ’21, Chanan K. ’21, Nathaniel L. ‘21, Zachary L. ‘21, Jordan L. ‘21, Ethan M. ’21, Joshua R. ‘21, Aden S. ‘21, Allison S. ‘21, Joshua S. ‘21, Joshua A. ‘20, Samuel A. ‘20, Hershel B. ‘20, Eden B. ‘20, Alexa C. ‘20, Jordyn R. ‘20, Samuel R. ‘20, Shira S. ‘20, Tyler S. ‘20, Ethan T. ‘20, Tyler Y. ‘20, Benjamin G. ‘19, Michael M. ‘19, Jacob R. ‘19, Jacob R. ‘19, Yael S. ‘19, Joshua S. ‘19, Jason S. ‘19, Justin T. ‘19, and Acey V. ‘19

Best Stage Crew of a Play:
Sam A. ‘20, Noah G. ‘23, Zachary L. ‘21, and Rachel S. ‘23

Best Props in a Play:
Dassi C. ‘22 and Yael S. ‘19
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