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Children's Theater Awards Scholarships to Broadneck Grads

The annual program honors Miriam Wolfe, a bombing victim and former CTA participant.

The (CTA) recently awarded two Broadneck High School graduates with scholarships as part of the Miriam Wolfe Scholarship Program.

Jessica Straub, a 2012 graduate of , was awarded $1,500 and plans to attend to major in theatre and dance, according to a press release issued by CTA.

She recently appeared in CTA’s production of Grease, Jr., playing the character “Frenchie.” .

Mark Hollerbach, a 2012 graduate of Broadneck High School, was also awarded with a $1,000 scholarship.

He will be attending Salisbury University in the fall to study business while living in Salisbury’s Performing Arts Living Learn Community, where he will live with, and take classes with other students interested in music and theatre.

The scholarships were awarded at the annual senior outing, where Wolfe’s mother, Rosemary Mild, was in attendance to meet the recipients and give them a signed copy of her book, “Miriam's World — And Mine.”

Wolfe was an active member of CTA before being killed in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, in 1988. Since then, the Children’s Theatre has awarded two scholarships annually to graduating seniors who have been active in both the theatre and the community and plan to pursue and interest in the arts. Proceeds from CTA’s concession stands fund the scholarship, as well as private donations.

The theatre is located at 1661 Bay Head Rd. in Annapolis, Md., and produces three shows annually for children and teens. For more information about CTA, visit Childrenstheatreofannapolis.org.

G Anderson July 26, 2012 at 01:53 PM
Congrats to the recipients. Also, CTA offers theatre workshops for children ..... rumor has it, they are terific!

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