Theatre & Dance

The Constance Stuart Larrabee Scholarship for the Arts

 

We are pleased to announce a scholarship opportunity for students enrolling in Washington College as first years.

Students who have proven talent in art, music, dance, or theatre, but not necessarily intend to major in the arts (though it would be great if they did!), are encouraged to submit a portfolio of work to compete for the Constance Stuart Larrabee Scholarship.

A total of eight (8) $1,500 awards will be made, and two (2) students from both theatre and studio art will be awarded a $1,500 annual scholarship, and four (4) students from music will be awarded a $1,500.  The scholarship is renewable each year for four years provided the recipient maintains a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0. Recipients do not have to declare a major in the Arts.

The submission deadline is March 29, 2019. Winners will be announced by April 5.

For Theatre consideration, please submit:

Either an essay that answers the question, “Based on your experience of watching and participating in theater, how would you describe your theatrical aesthetic at this point in your artistic life?” or a design portfolio that highlights your interests and skills.  Applicants should not submit scripts or videos.  Send your work to: halbrecht2@washcoll.edu.

Constance Stuart Larrabee Drama Scholars are expected to actively participate in the co-curricular opportunities offered by the Department of Theatre and Dance.

Full information on The Constance Stuart Larrabee Scholarship for the Arts is available from Admissions.