Theatre / Scholarships
The John Creagh Memorial Scholarship Award was established to honor Dr. Creagh, a beloved Meredith faculty member of theater and communication for 23 years, before he succumbed to cancer just before Easter 2007. All students with a demonstrated interest in communication, theater, and literature are invited to apply. Students who contribute to the diversity of the college are particularly encouraged to apply.
The Wardlaw Scholarship is awarded to a rising senior theatre major each year who has maintained a high grade point average and made significant contributions to the program.
The Siska Scholarship is an endowment for incoming first-year students who plan on making theatre their major and career. Audition and interview are required for application, and interested high school seniors should contact Steven Roten for more information.
What does it take to put on a play?
Associate Professor of Theatre Steven Roten takes you behind the scenes of a play that was produced at Meredith College.
Strong Story | Rimsha Afzal
At Meredith College, Rimsha Afzal, ’15, was able to pursue both of her passions: theatre and biology. Encouraged by her professors, Rimsha took on multiple roles in plays, leadership, and challenging internships, becoming even stronger in the process.
- Theatre Auditions
- Meredith Ensemble Theatre presents DECISION HEIGHT
- Meredith Ensemble Theatre presents THE DUCHESS MISLAID
Associate Professor of Theatre
134 Jones Hall