North Valley Arts Academy Theatre

Welcome to the North Valley Arts Academy Theatre at

Shadow Mountain High School

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The Crucible Cast List

Thank you to everyone who auditioned. If your name is on the list below, please check your email for more information.

Rehearsals begin February 7th. Shows are March 31, April 1, 2, 7, 8, 9.

Reverend Parris
Ethan Doyle
Betty Parris
Vi Garza
Sarah Maker
Abigail Williams
Kayla Trevino
Susanna Walcott
Gabby Mitchell
Mary Walcott
Paige Steffan
Elizabeth Hubbard
Jasmine BaRRs
Prudence Hubbard
Lauren Shniderman
Mrs. Ann Putman
Tabi Momeyer
Thomas Putman
Dylan Mcauliffe
Ruth Putman
Sophie Bell
Mercy Lewis
Karson Sinur
Mary Warren
Bug Heinlein & Lyda Armistead
John Proctor
Caleb Cole
Rebecca Nurse
Avah Montgomery
Giles Corey
Glenn Nicola
Martha Corey
Paula Kimbrell
Reverend John Hale
Jaziel Gonzalez
Elizabeth Proctor
Morgan Heinlein
Francis Nurse
Evan Yanow
Ezekiel Cheever
Jack Leifer
Marshal Herrick
Eli Allen
Judge Hathorne
Miller Kass
Deputy Governor Danforth
Darius Gharavi
Sarah Good
Audrey Valentine
Shea Valentine

NVAA Theatre snags three wins and 8 nominations at this year’s ASu/gammage high school musical theater Awards!

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Shadow Mountain High School’s North Valley Arts Academies (NVAA) Theatre program is nominated for eight ASU Gammage High School Musical Theatre Awards for their performance in Urinetown. The awards ceremony will be streamed live on Saturday, May 29 at The Virtual Red Carpet event will start at 6 p.m., and the Virtual Showcase and Awards Ceremony will begin at 7 p.m.

“Our students did great work this year and exhibited tremendous growth during the rehearsal process! I’m very proud of what they accomplished and this show was a much-needed ‘balm’ from a rough year,” said Joe Flowers, NVAA Theatre teacher

Performance Nominations

  • Caleb Cole – Best Lead Male Finalists
  • Karson Sinur – Best Supporting Female Finalist
  • Ethan Doyle – Best Supporting Male Finalist
  • Karson Sinur – Best Vocalist Finalist
  • “Snuff That Girl” – Best Dance Ensemble Finalist
  • Tabi Momeyer – Best Lead Female Semifinalist

Technical Achievements Nominations

  • NVAA Costume Team – Best Costumes Finalist
  • NVAA Hair and MakeUp Team – Best Hair and Makeup Finalist

“This has obviously been a rough school year for students and faculty, and the sense of not knowing what challenges the next week or month would hold really made it tough to plan future events. I really wanted to provide the students with a live performance opportunity but wasn’t sure if it was possible. I did a lot of research and planning and came up with the idea that a live-streamed televised production of our musical would allow our Drama Department to simulate a typical year as closely as we could. However, there was always a sense that the situation in the local community could change at a moment’s notice and really take the show under. So on a personal and professional level, to have successfully produced the show and then receive this many nominations for the students’ work is really a nice affirmation that our flexibility and creativeness really paid off. I’m always proud of the growth our students exhibit in our program and having their talents recognized by outside individuals, particularly these awards, is very gratifying,” said Flowers.

Every category winner, except the Best Lead Female and Male, simply receives recognition. The winners of the Best Lead category are invited to the National High School Musical Theatre Awards, known as the Jimmy Awards. Two winners are selected from every state. Normally, the winners are flown out to New York for two weeks of workshops and rehearsals, culminating in a live performance; however, this year the workshops and performances will be streamed at

This is the third time that the NVAA Theatre has received recognition from the ASU Gammage High School Musical Theatre Awards. They were previously recognized for Spamalot and Willy Wonka; however, this is the first time cast and crew have been recognized in this many categories, both for acting and for technical work.

About the ASU Gammage High School Musical Theatre Awards

ASU Gammage High School Musical Theatre Awards recognizes and celebrates Valley high school students and faculty that produce musical theatre programs. Schools compete in 14 performance and tech categories. The awards are open to the public, and more information is available at


Congratulations to the twenty-two NVAA theatre, dance, and visual art students who earned the NVAA ARTS HONORS diploma seal!

Recorded live-stream of the capstones here.

Why join the NVAA program? Check out the link below!

North Valley Arts Academy Theatre in the press.

“Where Passion and Industry Intersect” –

City Sun Times

2020-2021 North Valley Arts Academy applications:

New Students

Returning NVAA Students

Link to the SMARTS Drama Parent Booster Club webpage.

Collaboration with Disney Theatricals for Peter and the Starcatcher and Marvel One Acts

Shadow Mountain High School and the North Valley Art’s Academy Theatre Program worked with Disney Theatricals in New York as one of the few high schools across the nation to pilot Disney’s Peter and the Starcatcher and two Marvel one-acts before the amateur rights were released.

We provided Disney Theatricals with feedback on the challenges and opportunities these particular scripts provided for high school theatres.

PETER AND THE STARCATCHER and the NVAA Theater Program was featured in Raising Arizona Kids Magazine  – read the great press here

The North Valley Arts Academy’s performance of Peter and the Starcatcher was featured in the Paradise Valley Independent. . . check out the article here!


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