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- Scholarship Endowment Fund
The Scholarship Endowment Fund ensures that the gifted young people who will become tomorrow's professional musicians, dancers, actors or visual artists receive the level of training they need and deserve, regardless of their income. COCA offers part and full-time scholarships to students in financial need. The following named endowment funds have been established in honor of loved ones, family members, or COCA staff members.
- The Lee Nolting Dance Scholarship Fund
- The Stephanie Riven Scholarship Fund
- The Peter J. Witte Memorial Scholarship Fund
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Jan 25, 2015
Book by Elizabeth Diggs, music by Harvey Schmidt, lyrics by Tom Jones and based on the book by Emily Arnold McCully. Directed by Chris Limber, with musical direction by Phil Woodmore and circus staging by Josh Routh.