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147 E. Pueblo St., Reno, NV 89502

George & Heppie Randolph Memorial Scholarship

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George and Heppie Randolph were lifelong supporters of the arts and made theater, creativity, and community an important part of their six children’s lives. In 1973, George was cast in his first Reno Little Theater Play, and thus began his and Heppie’s involvement with RLT for the next five decades. George acted in dozens of plays and volunteered as an usher, narrator, and work crew. Heppie gifted her time and energy to every building that RLT has been housed in through the years. Both were regular fixtures at the box office and concession stand.

Along with their volunteer efforts, George and Heppie were known for making people feel at home wherever they were.  George was welcoming and encouraging to new actors and Heppie ensured that volunteers were fed and well prepared for their duties. As grandchildren came along, George and Heppie took them to their first plays and later helped transport them to rehearsals and attended every performance.

It is our honor to continue their legacy of support, nurturing and welcoming of new talent in the arts.  We look forward, as they did, to seeing all the bright new faces of Reno Little Theater’s next generations.

2018 Application Deadlines
Spring Semester (“101 Dalmatians”): TBA

 

Arts & Economic Prosperity IV

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