Eight South Florida Students Receive Conservatory Awards from Regional Theater

The accomplished youths who attended were honored at an event in Waterfront Properties and Club Communities’ neighborhood of Frenchman’s Reserve.

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The Frenchman's Reserve clubhouse

The Maltz Jupiter Theatre, which is at the end of Indiantown Road near Waterfront Properties and Club Communities, is undergoing renovations and will be closed for the summer.

Jupiter, FL (PRWEB) April 28, 2013

The recipients of the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s Conservatory Awards, presented by the Paul and Sandra Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts, have been announced. Eight lucky winners received acknowledgement for their hard work, positive outlook and drive to excel.

Julie Rowe, Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s director of education, said the special students chosen on a merit system exemplify determination and dedication and their Conservatory Awards are well-deserved.

The winners took home their honors at a fundraising luncheon on April 6, 2013, at the clubhouse in Frenchman’s Reserve in Palm Beach Gardens. The fundraising luncheon featured an impressive showcase of productions coming out of the Paul and Sandra Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts, including the much-loved Oklahoma!, which will hit the stage May 18 and 19 at Jupiter Community High School, where several of the students with homes in Jupiter are enrolled.

The Maltz Jupiter Theatre, which is at the end of Indiantown Road near Waterfront Properties and Club Communities, is undergoing renovations and will be closed for the summer.

The eight standouts:

Austin Carroll, 17, who earned The Healey Award for Leadership. Carroll, a senior at Jupiter Community High School, studies ballet, hip hop, jazz, modern dance, musical theater and tap.

Aszkara Gilchrist, 15, who earned The Jodi Ann Saltzman Memorial Award. Aszkara, a homeschooled 10th-grader, is a ballet, musical theater and tap student.

Laura Guley, 14, who earned The Paul and Sandra Goldner Award for Outstanding Commitment. Guley, a ninth-grader at Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, studies ballet, musical theater, tap and voice.

Charly Hamann, 16, who earned The Peggy and Rick Katz Award for Outstanding Achievement. Hamann, a homeschooled 10th-grader, is a ballet, musical theater, tap and voice student.

Roberto Marin, 18, who earned The Eisenstein Award for Cultural Awareness in the Arts. Marin, a senior at Jupiter Community High School, studies ballet and musical theater.

Skyler Sajewski, 12, who earned The O’Hagan Family Award. Sajewski, a seventh-grader at Bak Middle School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, studies ballet, musical theater, piano and voice.

Frances Weissler, 15, who earned The Jim and Diana Perrella Unity Award. Weissler, a homeschooled 10th-grader, is a musical theater and voice student.

Emily Winkler, 13, who earned The Maltz Jupiter Theatre Guild Award. Winkler, a seventh-grader at Crestwood Middle School in Royal Palm Beach, studies ballet and musical theater.

For more information about the Paul and Sandra Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts, call 561-575-2672.

For more information about Waterfront Properties and Club Communities, call 561-746-7272.


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