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.

Application Requirements:

  • Application form for The Princess Theatre Scholarship

  • Resume that includes:

    • Career goals

    • School organizations and positions

    • Community organizations and positions

  • List of performances including the following:

    • Date

    • Company, group, or school name

    • Play, concert, or performance title

    • Your role in the performance (character name, instrument played, soloist, small group, crew member, etc.)

  • Official Transcript

  • Character reference letter

  • Performing arts reference letter

  • A 500 word or less statement about how the performing arts have impacted your life, and your plans to stay engaged in the performing arts in the future.

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Application Due Date: March 31st

Application Mailing Address:

Princess Theatre Scholarship Committee
1228 Meade Avenue
Prosser, WA 99350

OR

scholarship@theprincesstheatre.net

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.

Last Updated: 2/4/2022

Sara Waywell, Sunnyside High School graduate,

winner of the 2022 Jack Quinn Memorial Scholarship.