Thanks to the generosity of our donors, Random Farms is pleased to offer need-based full and half scholarships for most of our programs. To apply for a scholarship, please read the instructions below and click on the correct application link. Please keep in mind that our Scholarship Fund is limited and we may not be able to grant scholarships to everyone who applies.
Mainstage and Edge: Scholarship applications for audition-based programs must be submitted before auditions.
Workshop and Jellybeans: Scholarship applications must be submitted at least one week before registering for the program. We will continue to accept scholarship applications until the program is full, however, these programs tend to fill very quickly. We strongly recommend submitting your scholarship application one week before registration opens.
Summer Workshop Intensives and Summer Jellybeans: Scholarship applications must be submitted before registering for the program and will be accepted up to one week before each program's start date.
Scholarships for Winter Mainstage (Beauty and the Beast JR.): CLICK HERE TO APPLY
Scholarships for all other programs: CLICK HERE TO APPLY
NOTIFICATION AND POLICIES:
You will be contacted by email if your child is selected as a scholarship recipient. Scholarships and payment plans are not given retroactively. To set up a payment plan, please email
Need-based full and half scholarship are available. You will be notified by email about the status of your application.
Please make sure you read our Standard Agreement, found on our website and also at the end of the registration process (waiver section). When you register, you will use a credit card to pay a nominal processing fee, any balance if you do not receive a full scholarship, and any other program-related costs (i.e. security deposit, optional show t-shirt, etc.).
If your child is not able to complete the program for any reason, your card will be charged for the full amount of the scholarship. This protects the theater from granting scholarships to children who drop out of the program. It is costly and time consuming for the theater to give a scholarship. When a scholarship is granted, it means that the theater will be paying for the child's costume and training, as well as forgoing a full registration from someone else. It also means that another child will not receive the same opportunity, since a limited number of scholarships are available for each show.
Random Farms is always looking for volunteers. We invite you to check out www.randomfarms.com/volunteer and let us know which projects/jobs you are interested in doing. This is not a requirement for a scholarship, but we ask that you please consider it. You can forward your preferences to
The Scholarship Program is a Community Outreach initiative of the Random Farms Kids' Theater.