Creative and Performing Arts - Theatre

(1) The recipient must be a freshman with a declared Theater major,
(2) Recipient must have a minimum of 2.5 grade point average in high school,
(3) Recipient may receive this annual scholarship for a maximum of four years, and
(4) Recipient must also audition or interview for the scholarship. If the recipient is primarily interested in acting, the audition should be a prepared, memorized monologue. If the recipient’s primary area of interest is design/tech, he or she should be prepared to present a portfolio. If the recipient is primarily interested in playwriting, directing, or dramaturgy, he or she should be prepared to present a sample of writing and talk about theater production experiences. The Department of Theater also offers a general concentration. If that is the recipient’s interest, he or she should be prepared to audition or present a portfolio or writing sample. Recipients will audition or interview at the Department of Theater on Saturday, March 2, 2019. Please email Julie Dixon at to reserve an audition/interview time.

Several awards ranging between $3,000-$6,000
Supplemental Questions
  1. What is your interest in Theatre?
  2. Please list your High School Drama Teacher(s) / Director(s)
    • Drama Teacher / Directors Name
  3. Please upload a current resume that includes your theatre experience. *Preferred document type is a Word Document*
  4. Please provide the names and email addresses of two individuals who can recommend you for the Creative and Performing Arts - Theatre scholarship. References can be from anyone familiar with your theatre accomplishments, including high school teachers, guidance counselors, or employers. Recommendations from family members will not be accepted. MAKE SURE to ask your reference if they can write a letter for you ahead of time and tell them that they will receive an email from us requesting it. Also tell them what the scholarship application deadline is.
    • Reference 1:
    • Reference 2: