For Bachelor of Arts students entering UT Knoxville in the Fall.
The Brakebill Scholarship is a non-renewing scholarship specifically for incoming theatre students. The dollar amount of the scholarship can range between $500 – $2000. While this scholarship does not renew, there are many other department scholarships that students can apply for once they are on campus.
Applications will be considered between November 1st and February 1st, and scholarship awards will be made no later than April 1st, for the following academic year.
- a high school senior or transfer student applying to UT
- excellent academic ability
- have a passion for theatre
- have a talent for performance, design, or technical theatre
- have experience making theatre
- highly motivated to succeed in my career and contribute to society
- To study theatre in a broad-based liberal arts curriculum while working in a nationally recognized professional theatre…
How to Apply:
- Apply to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
- Submit the Joyce Brakebill Scholarship application to the Department of Theatre between November 1st and February 1st.
- When your application to UT Knoxville is confirmed and your scholarship application is received, you will be contacted to set up an audition/interview.
To submit an application or to contact a Department of Theatre representative, please call 865-974-6011, fax application to 865-974-4867 or email@example.com
Audition/interviews can be done at TTA or SETC, as part of an on-site visit to UT, or via video and Skype.
Mrs. Joyce Brakebill was Marian Brown’s dearest friend and was influential in the Brown’s decision to establish the Clarence Brown Theatre Endowment, supporting a professional theatre on the campus of UT. The Clarence Brown Theatre, operating in partnership with the Department of Theatre, serves a dual mission: to educate and train students in an atmosphere of professionalism and to produce theatre at the highest artistic level. The Joyce Brakebill Theatre Scholarship was therefore established by her husband, Mr. Charles Brakebill, and her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. Lawrence and Mrs. Jeanie Brakebill, to honor Mrs. Brakebill’s enduring contribution to students of theatre at UT.