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A CHORUS LINE and 2017-2018 Closing Notes!

Published: Monday, 27 August 2018

We have exciting news for you.


Support of the arts and philanthropy education are the two cornerstones of Stage Notes. Our 2018 show season will support local performing arts scholarships, providing assistance to the aspiring performers in our community as they pursue their dreams. 


Stage Notes will be making the following donations to these local performing arts scholarships:


Watertown Lyric Theater - $1,500


·         Up to 4 scholarships are available for non-Lyric Theater sponsored summer theater, music camps, workshops, or learning programs.


·         5 annual scholarships are awarded for higher education. Funding amounts will vary depending on the returns from Lyric's annual productions, sponsorships and fundraising efforts.  These scholarships are for higher education, for those pursuing a career in music, theater, acting, directing, technical support, music education or other aspects of the performing arts.  Preference will be given to those who have performed with our company in the past but all applicants are welcome.


Danny Burgess Memorial Scholarship (Little Theatre of Watertown) - $1,500


·         This scholarship is open to applicants enrolled in an accredited college/university in the coming school year and majoring in a performance art or have been actively involved in community theater in Jefferson or Lewis County, New York.



Patrick R. Farmer Scholarship for the Arts$1,000


·         Graduating students majoring in the fields of arts and music with first preference given to students graduating from Watertown High School and second preference for Jefferson County graduates.  Students with a B average preferred.  This is a four-year award of $500 annually. 



Ann B. Northrop “You’ll Never Walk Alone” Scholarship - $250


·         To provide scholarships to Jefferson County (NY) students pursuing post-secondary education. The ideal student will have been active in music or music programs, either through school or extracurricular, including, but not limited to Watertown Lyric Theater. When practical, preference will be given to Watertown High School students.



Watertown Morning Musicales Scholarship - $250


·         A graduating senior from Jefferson County who is pursuing a career in music.



In living our motto, Performance With A Purpose, the Stage Notes Foundation is proud to announce additional contributions to our community.

  • We have continued our commitment to The Watertown Urban Mission by collecting 453 school supplies for their backpack program at our production of A Chorus Line.
  • We are making a donation of $750 to Paws4Potter, a canine walk to support canine cancer.
  • $500 to The Antwerp Food Pantry
  • $200  as a hole sponsor for the Friends of Farm Memorial Golf Tournament which benefits the Patrick R. Farmer Scholarship of the Arts
  • Earlier this year we purchased two ABC Fluency Kits for the Malawian Early Readers program through the Malawi Early Literacy Team.


During our school year our students were proud to volunteer for WPBS at their All-Star Auction and Family Fun Day at Boldt Castle. Our students shared their talents at the Samaritan Medical Center volunteer recognition dinner, The Heart Walk recognition event and Lessons and Carols at St. Patrick’s Church. We volunteered at Watertown Lyric Theater’s production of The Addams Family and sang the National Anthem for the Watertown Fire Department’s Charity Hockey Game. 

Stage Notes began in 2009 out of a desire to teach our students that their talents can make a difference in our community. Ten seasons later, thanks to families like YOU, Stage Notes has donated over $50,000 to local organizations. It is because of YOU that we are able to provide students with rich theatrical experiences, as well as life lessons in philanthropy. THANK YOU from all of us at Stage Notes!

I hope you are as proud of your accomplishments as we are of you!! WAY TO GO TEAM!



Much love and respect always,

Ticia Aumell, Artistic Director & the Stage Notes Board of Directors


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