Jonathan Killen Scholarship Application
Macon seems to have had more than its share of brilliant young people whose lives were cut tragically short. One of these young people was Jonathan Killed, whose light was snuffed out on a country road on a stormy summer night in 1994. Jonathan's exuberance for life, his humor, his smile and his artist's soul deeply affected anyone he came in contact with. Jonathan played numerous roles on Theatre Macon's stage including Jem in 'To Kill a Mockingbird', but Jonathan never thought of himself as "a star" or behaved like one. He had a natural humility that he wore with grace, dignity, and humor. His spirit endures wherever people gather to celebrate life through the arts. This scholarship was created in his memory to honor, support, and encourage tomorrow's artists.
Award: $750 (nonrecurring)
Eligibility: Any high school senior or college undergraduate who has demonstrated interest in dramatic (performance/technical), music (vocal/instrumental), visual, or creative writing arts and has been a part of the Theatre Macon Youth Artists' Company.
The Scholarship Committee will accept applications from January 6, 2020 through January 26, 2020. Notification of award will be made no later than February 14 for announcement at the opening night of the Youth Artists' Company Follies on February 21.
An application is not considered complete until all of the following pieces of information have been received:
- Complete the electronic application below
- Copy of Theatre Resume to include Youth Artists' Company Involvement
- One letter of Recommendation supporting your interest and achievements in the arts
Information may be submitted by email or mail
Mail: Ken Clarke Scholarship Committee
c/o Theatre Macon
438 Cherry Street
Macon, Ga 31201
All qualified applicants receive consideration for this scholarship without regard to race, religion, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation
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