Considering Ken-Matt Martin’s résumé, you probably couldn’t imagine that he once was unsure of his talent and his future. As a Parkview High School senior in 2008, Martin won 3rd place in Thea Foundation’s performing arts scholarship competition, and he said that was the turning point when his self-esteem raised. “Prior to that point, I thought I was just an average student or performer, but winning a Thea Foundation award gave me the confidence to pursue musical theatre B.F.
As of Monday, August 15, 2016, Thea’s annual scholarship competition are open for registration, which will close the Monday before each competition in the spring of 2017. Thea Foundation’s scholarship program, which awards 30 scholarships each year ranging from $2,000 to $4,000 to Arkansas high school seniors, partners with 27 colleges and universities in Arkansas and across the nation, who match or exceed Thea’s scholarships, translating to more than $2 million in scholarshi