Manteo High School
Theatre of Dare Awards Scholarships to Manteo, Ocracoke Students
Total of $3,500 in Performing Arts Scholarships awarded
Theatre of Dare, the home of community theater for North Carolina’s Outer Banks, awarded two scholarships this spring to deserving local seniors majoring in the performing arts. The proceeds come from 50/50 raffles that are held during T.O.D. productions.
This year’s recipients are:
Caroline Novak, Ocracoke School, who plans to major in Theatre Education at Methodist University in Fayetteville, NC, received $2,000.
Kyle Logan, Manteo High School, who plans to major in Drama-Musical Theatre at Catawba College in Salisbury, NC, received $1,500.
“Both these students have impressive resumes and bright futures,” said Theatre of Dare Scholarship Coordinator Jessica Sands. “We’re thrilled to be able to help these students with their college expenses, and we’re excited to be awarding money to an Ocracoke student for the first time. We want to be a community theatre for the entire region, and this is a big step in accomplishing that goal.”
Theatre of Dare scholarships are awarded each year to high school seniors from Dare, Currituck or Hyde counties majoring in the performing arts. T.O.D. is a non-profit organization that has performed live community theater productions on the Outer Banks since 1992.