An annual scholarship of $1000 will be
presented to a graduating senior from a
Long Island high school in
memory of Long Island actress Julie Peierls, who passed away in
November of 1999.
A graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts
(class of 1959), Julie’s forty-year career included work in academic,
stock, regional, and educational theatre. Since 1970, most of her work
was with Theatre Three, where she directed the group’s second
production, Spoon River Anthology. She received praise for leading roles
ranging from dramas such as The Lion in Winter and One Flew Over the
Cuckoo’s Nest to comedies such as Bedroom Farce and A Little Hotel on
the Side. She toured Long Island schools for almost ten year’s in the
anti-DWI play And These, Our Friends. She was admired and respected by
her colleagues for the meticulous care she would bring to even the
smallest role. She made an indelible impression on anyone with whom she
APPLICATION PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS:
The student must be a Long Island resident who plans to pursue a career
in the professional theatre and will be continuing his/her theatrical
education on a college (a major in theatre or musical theatre) or
conservatory level. Students will be required to submit a completed
application as well as participate in an audition and an interview.
Application deadline: June 1, 2022. Interviews will be
held in July 2022.Winner will be announced by the end of July 2022.
Please do not call the Theatre.
Two College Scholarships Awarded to
Long Island High School Seniors Majoring in Acting or Musical
TheaterFall of 2021
Application Available: January 31, 2021
Deadline: May 15, 2021
Requirements and Application: