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Curtain closes on Framingham's show

Posted by Martin Finucane April 2, 2007 11:35 AM

FRAMINGHAM

Framingham High School's run in the statewide drama competition ended Saturday night at the state final level. While there was no repeat of last year's state championship performance, several Framingham students were recognized.

Nick Sulfaro, a senior, won first place prize scholarship for a monologue competition, his second place prize scholarship for a set design competition, and an All-Star Company award for his work in Framingham's entry, Stories Gone Wilde.

Also honored were Emily Craver, a senior, with an honorable mention in the monologue competition, and Sabrina Schwartz, a senior, with third place in the monologue competition. Anthony Tofani, a junior, was recognized with an All-Star Company award.

While Framingham's run came to a close, one Globe West school may have the chance to continue. Wellesley High School was named as an alternate should either of the state's winners, Joseph Case in Swansea and St. John's Prep in Danvers be unable to go.

-- Adam Sell

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