Jack Quinn Memorial Scholarship Information
What: The Princess Theatre offers a $750 scholarship to a student who is committed to ongoing involvement in the performing arts. Applicants may be high school seniors or continuing college students, and applicants may reapply after an initial award.
History: The scholarship honors Jack Quinn who was a co-founder of the theatre company, formerly known as Valley Musical Comedy Company. Jack directed and performed in company productions and served in a number of different positions within the company. He loved theatre and was beloved by those with whom he worked.
Resume which includes:
School organizations and positions
Community organizations and positions
Fine Arts Resume in a format similar to the one attached which documents Theatre-related experience. Be sure to include all Princess Theatre experience including on stage, as a production staff member, as a musician, and as a house volunteer. Please contact the scholarship chairperson (firstname.lastname@example.org) should you have any questions regarding this resume.
Official high school transcript
Performing arts reference letter which includes information regarding the applicant’s character
A 500 or less word statement about how Theatre has impacted the applicant’s life and their plans for staying engaged in Theatre Arts in the future including pursuing a Theatre major or minor.
Application Due Date: March 31st
Application Mailing Address:
Princess Theatre Scholarship Committee
1228 Meade Avenue
Prosser, WA 99350
Scholarship applications are now available at the counselors’ offices at Lower Yakima Valley schools from Prosser to Zillah. Click here to download a copy of the Application form for The Princess Theatre Scholarship.
Sara Waywell, Sunnyside High School graduate,
winner of the 2022 Jack Quinn Memorial Scholarship.