Nancy Goodwin Memorial Scholarship
In honor of our founder, Nancy Goodwin, Performance Now Theatre Company (PNTC) has established a scholarship fund in her name to aid and reward college students who are working toward a degree in the performing arts. This scholarship has been developed so that we, as a community, can have the opportunity to help young students in pursuing their dreams in the world of music, dance, art, and theatre.
Students interested in applying for the scholarship must meet the following requirements:
1. Applicant must be between the ages of 16-25
2. Applicant must be pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in a performing arts discipline.
To apply, please download the application below and submit it via email to email@example.com
The application deadline is September 1st, 2023
Nancy Goodwin Memorial Scholarship Fund
In honor of our founder, Performance Now Theatre Company has established a scholarship fund to aid and reward college students who are working toward a degree in the performing arts. proper theatre education of children and young adults was certainly one of Nancy’s passions. This includes acting, singing, and dancing. This fund has been developed so that we, as a community, can have the opportunity to help young students in pursuing their dreams in the world of music, dance, and theatre.
I hope that you will seriously consider contributing to this worthy cause, and I want you to know that I personally appreciate your support. Thank you very much.
Performance Now Theatre Company
Nancy Goodwin Scholarship Fund
c/o Performance Now Theatre Company
9833 S. Rock Dove Lane
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
If you would prefer to donate via check, please send your tax-deductible contribution to:
I feel so fortunate to have been granted the Nancy Goodwin scholarship. The scholarship helped me pursue my higher education in stage management and the wonderful people at Performance Now enriched and supported my passion for creating theatre when I needed it most.
Leah de Beer
Being a part of a Performance Now production gave me my first experience in working alongside a multigenerational cast which meant I could ask people ahead of me in their careers about their involvement in theatre in their adult lives. Performance Now also gave me the necessary confidence I needed to communicate and function in a more professional environment. The expectations were different than that of educational theatre, which was my only experience previous to Bye Bye Birdie.
I went into college feeling more than prepared and ahead of the game in regards to what would be expected of me. The Nancy Goodwin Scholarship not only offered me financial assistance in pursuing my dream career, but also reminded me that there were people back home that believed in me.
Hanna Dotson - Actor
Past Recipients of the Nancy Goodwin Memorial Scholarship
2022 - Bradley Hall | University of Northern Colorado
2021 - Carson Timmons | The Hartt School - University of Hartford
2019 - Emily Emberton | Willamette University, Oregon
Justin Milner | Metro State University
2018 – Hannah Dotson | Milliken University, Illinois
Leah Goldner-de Beer | Lewis and Clark University, Oregon
Evan Sullivan | Wesleyan University, Connecticut
2017 – Brianna Herman | Metro State University
Jose David Reynosa | University of Northern Colorado
2016 – Kelsey Weinstein | Relativity School, Los Angeles
Addison VanDeWalker | University of Northern Colorado
2015 – Lexi VanDeWalker | Hastings College, Nebraska
2014 – Victoria Holloway | Baylor University
Kaitlin Weinstein | University of Northern Colorado
2013 – Emma Von Tscharner | San Diego State University
2012 – Annie Malin | Stephens College, Missouri
2011 – Madeline Barr | New York University’s Tisch School of Drama
Hannah Palmer | American Musical & Dramatic Academy and Metro State College
2010 – Burke Walton | UCLA School of Theatre, Film and Television
2009 – Brian Proud | Cobalt Studios, New York City
2008 – Lyndsay Dru Corbett | New School University, New York City