Studio Theatre Youth On-Stage Scholarship

Studio Theatre's Young Actors Ensemble Program nurtures creativity, develops vocal and physical skills, and enhances the young actors' ability to perform and work together as part of an ensemble. Class includes theatre games, pantomimes, improvisations, monologues, and scene study from both contemporary and classical literature. Students expand their concentration, observation skills, ability, and enjoyment in performing. The program culminates in a final showing of the work. Youth On-Stage offers scholarships in The Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory’s rigorous Young Actors Program to youth who have the interest and discipline to pursue performing arts training but lack the financial resources. Youth On-Stage is funded through the Arts Motivating Youth (A.M.Y.) program, created in 1991 to ensure accessibility to the performing arts for the entire community and to promote public awareness of the role of the arts in the quality of life and economic development. The Young Actors Program reserves one-half of its places for need-based scholarship students.Scholarships to the Young Actors’ program are available on a need-basis.

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Award Amount: $500
Competitive: Yes
Essay required: Yes

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