Broadway Theatre League Now Accepting Applications for Bernadette Eichler Youth Ambassador Program
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Broadway Theatre League of Utica Now Accepting Applications For Its Bernadette Eichler Youth Ambassador Program
Broadway Utica is proud to announce that the Bernadette Eichler Youth Ambassador Program is entering into its 10th year in the 2021-2022 season. This one of a kind program is sponsored in part by Bank of Utica. Our program represents over forty schools in central New York. Broadway Utica’s goal is to invest in the young people and to inspire them to thrive in the world of theatre, the arts, the community and in life. Students accepted into this program will be given a season subscription to Broadway Utica, attend pre-talks prior to all the performances, develop relationships with others and be more prepared to act as contributing citizens. In exchange, the student is required to complete a pre-show synopsis and a post-show review for each performance, community service and making the commitment to be an active participant of this program.
- Applicants must be enrolled in a local high school and entering their freshman, sophomore, junior or senior year in 2021-2022.
- Student must be available to attend each opening show night.
- Student must commit to be an active participant in the program.
- Student is required to perform 10 hours of community service throughout the season at a Broadway Utica sponsored, supported and/or recommended event.
Applications must be received no later than August 15, 2021. Apply early, space is limited. Visit our website at www.BroadwayUtica.org for more information and to download application or email us at YouthPrograms@BroadwayUtica.org . Feel free to contact Kristen Matteson with any questions by calling 315-624-9444.
Broadway Theatre League of Utica’s mission is to present, produce and promote the highest standards of excellence in a variety of family-orientated, multi-generational and sophisticated theatrical productions; to expose the community to the many benefits of live theatre and the performing arts; to provide opportunities for the youth of the community to experience these benefits as well.