The purpose of the Performing Arts League Grant program is to encourage the expansion and development of projects that recruit, develop, and/or train young students for participation in all disciplines of the Performing Arts, including Dance, Theatre, and Vocal and Instrumental Music.
Grants are available to organizations that are active participants in such programs. More than one project within the organization may qualify for Grant requests. Only one Grant award will be allocated per organization per year from Performing Arts League. Grant applications are posted on PAL’s website. The deadline for complete application submissions should be received by March 1, 2019.
Scholarships are available to individuals who are active participants in such programs. More than one student within the organization may make scholarship requests. Only one scholarship award will be allocated per student per year from Performing Arts League.
Scholarship applications are posted on PAL’s website. The deadline for complete application submissions should be received by March 15, 2019.
Promising to be a sellout again this year, A Dramatic Affair, presented by Chattanooga’s Performing Arts League (PAL), will be a fabulous evening of dining and entertainment. With the convenience of free parking, guests will arrive at the Chattanooga Theatre Center at 5:30 on Friday evening, February 22, 2019. Upon entering the Main Lobby, where the Tennessee River serves as the backdrop, they will be greeted with a wine bar followed by the seated dinner at 6:15. From there, guests will make their way into the Circle Theatre for the award-winning play, Fences, by August Wilson. This moving drama has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award and Drama Desk Award. A post-production private dessert reception will provide attendees the special opportunity to meet the cast and directors of the play and conclude this special and unique evening of dinner, wine, theatre and more!
Support of this premier event has a far-reaching impact. As one of PAL’s key fundraisers of the year, the proceeds will help to provide scholarships to local performing arts students and grants to those organizations that support and train these young people. This fosters the future of youth in the performing arts including the disciplines of dance, theater, vocal and instrumental music.
If you have a heart for local young people, a desire to support youth involved in performing arts in our community or you would simply enjoy a unique and delightful evening at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre then you’ll not want to miss A Dramatic Affair. Tickets are $65.00 (includes a $40 tax deduction) and seating is limited.
Tickets can be be ordered online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-dramatic-affair-2019-tickets-53646273448 or by mailing a check to:
Performing Arts League; PO Box 4389; Chattanooga, TN 37405
Checks must be received by the February 15, 2019 deadline
The Performing Arts League is participating in #GivingTuesday 2018. On Tuesday, November 27, 2018, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give. Local Chattanooga nonprofits and the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce are teaming up to harness the power of #GivingTuesday locally with CHAgives, Chattanooga's own city-wide #GivingTuesday campaign! Please checkout our fundraiser at https://www.facebook.com/donate/1195965043894486/
At our October meeting, we had the pleasure of hearing a musical program by Anne Marie Ford who performed on cello and talked about her love of music and the cello, as well as her summer music camp experience, partially funded by the Performing Arts League. We also welcomed two new members; Becky Pope and Allyson Ford. If you have an interest in what we do, find out more at www.palchattanooga.org
Sunday Showcase 2018 is now a memory, and what a memory it is! The performance were absolutely fabulous, and the audience was very enthusiastic. Performing Arts League is grateful to our partner, Steve Ray and the UTC Department of Performing Arts, and to our sponsors First National Community Bank, Robert and Linda Thompson, and Jacqueline Marschak, for their support and for sharing our mission “To promote youth involvement in the performing arts.” Photos from our Sunday Showcase which featured performances by Barger Academy of Fine Arts Movement Makers; Chattanooga Ballet; Chattanooga Boys Choir; Chattanooga Christian Academy (CCA) Choo Choo Kids; Chattanooga Girls Choir; Chattanooga Symphony & Opera Youth Orchestras; Chattanooga Theatre Centre Youth Theatre, Christian Family Theater, Colette Smith, and Civic Ballet of Chattanooga.