Loveland Stage Company Creative Arts Scholarship
Each year the Loveland Stage Company recognizes a graduating high school student with its Creative Arts Scholarship.
The Loveland Stage Company is offering a scholarship again this year in the amount of $1000. In order to qualify for the scholarship, the graduating student must reside in the Loveland City School District, attend Loveland High School, or be an offspring of a Loveland Stage Company member. This scholarship is intended to be used toward college or university tuition, room and board, or books.
The Loveland Stage Company wishes to encourage and support young local talent. Therefore, prospective applicants must be planning to further their education in the Creative Arts. Qualifying areas of study include, but are not limited to: art, music, theater, photography, film, dance, and majors that support these studies. Students are asked to submit examples of their talent in their chosen field and a high school transcript demonstrating the ability to succeed academically as part of the application process.
You can download the application here. Applications are due no later than Monday, April 17, 2017.
For information or questions contact our Scholarship Chair:
Cassidy is a recent graduate of Cincinnati’s School for Creative and Performing Arts. She will be attending Temple University in the fall, majoring in Theater with concentrations in Acting and Musical Theater.
Cassidy made her stage debut in Loveland Stage Company’s 2010 summer youth production of Music Man. Locally, she has performed in six of the summer shows, four regular season shows, and three Christmas shows. She received an Orchid Award from the Cincinnati chapter of the Association of Community Theaters for her role as Bets in Oliver! in the summer of 2014. She is currently appearing in the Warsaw Federal Incline Theater’s production of Anything Goes during the month of June.
Cassidy has been in numerous productions at SCPA and served as the lead critic for their Cappies team during her Senior year.
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