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2017-07-13 / Local News

Lancaster Opera House awards scholarship to Kenmore grad


LOH board president Linda Koziol, far left, and Executive Director David Bondrow, far right, present Natalie Morrow with the L. Alma McNutt scholarship. LOH board president Linda Koziol, far left, and Executive Director David Bondrow, far right, present Natalie Morrow with the L. Alma McNutt scholarship. Natalie Morrow, a graduate of Kenmore West High School, was recently awarded the Lancaster Opera House’s L. Alma McNutt Performing Arts scholarship, according to a press release from LOH.

Morrow worked on sound and lights, serving as a stage manager for school theatrical events.

She also played flute and piccolo in pit orchestras and performed as an actress.

Morrow wishes to pursue her studies in design theater and technology, with a concentration in technical direction, at Purchase State College in the fall.

L. Alma McNutt was a founding member of the Lancaster Opera House and was instrumental in spearheading the restoration of the building.

She was dedicated to promoting local talent within the field of the performing arts.

In her name, the Lancaster Opera House presents an annual Performing Arts Scholarship incentive of $1,000 to a deserving Western New York high school student to further his or her talent.

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