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Bobby Linhart and Andrew Linhart
Bobby Linhart, director of the Houston Christian High School theater department, and his son, Andrew Linhart, a senior at The Kinkaid School, were both nominated for TUTS Tommy Tune awards. Bobby is celebrating his sixth Tommy Tune nomination for Best Director. This year, he directed “Crazy For You.” HCHS received 11 Tommy Tune nominations for “Crazy for You,” including Best Musical. Bobby met his wife, Stephanie, in 1994 while they were both performing in “Jesus Christ Superstar” at The Country Playhouse, now the Queensbury Theater. Bobby has directed Andrew in several productions, including the recent role as the Pharaoh in the musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” Bobby, Stephanie and Andrew are all are active in music and theatre at Terrace United Methodist Church and Terrace Theatreworks. At Kinkaid, Andrew was nominated as Best Supporting Actor for his role as Judge Pitkin in “On the Town.” Andrew, inspired by his father who was in an a capella group in high school, decided to start his own, the Kinkaid Falchords.