Jeremy Dubin Scholarship Fund
Why Give to The Jeremy Dubin Scholarship Fund
This scholarship honors the passion, skill and generosity of CSC’s former Director of Creative Education, Jeremy Dubin. Jeremy led CSC's Summer Camp program from its inception through two decades of growth and expanded impact and remains dedicated to fostering kindness, empathy, and a true spirit of ensemble in his students. The Scholarship is intended to provide financial assistance to talented students who otherwise would not be able to participate in the camps and classes offered by the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. Scholarships are limited, and awards will be determined based on need and on availability of funds.
CSC Summer Camps provide students with a safe and creative space to develop their talents and crucial 21st Century skills all while having a lot of fun. CSC has been running Shakespeare Summer Camp for the better part of two decades and it keeps getting better. Week-long sessions are based on a wide variety of themes, with sessions available for all ages. From sword fighting to soliloquys and everything in between, CSC Summer Camp offers a little bit of all things Bard.
By engaging with Shakespeare through the lens of summer camp, students learn to better understand not only Shakespeare’s texts and classical acting skills, but also see the world around them in new and thoughtful ways. At CSC Summer Camp, students improve not only classroom skills that translate into the school year, but also interpersonal skills that carry over into life.
In 2021, CSC Summer Camp will continue to follow all COVID-19 guidelines and best practices to keep all campers safe. Learn more online here.
Because of you, CSC’s summer camp sessions teach students to yield swords, take on superpowers, and, most importantly, to create meaningful relationships with their peers. After Summer Camp, 42% of parents saw improvement in their child's ability to make friends and 60% saw improvement in their child's confidence.
“This last year of camp was certainly not what I was expecting. I always imagined being wrapped in the warm hugs and cheerful warmth of the bridge land while we all celebrated our performance and cried together over word magic. True, I was not able to physically inhabit the space with my friends but the magic of CSC is that I felt it through the screen. The amount of love and care a place has to have to be able to bring it online is truly remarkable. I would not believe it was possible had I not experienced it twice this summer. That truly speaks to the care that these leaders have absolutely poured into their work and passions. My heart is simultaneously breaking and singing. I am so happy and grateful to have something I love this much, but it physically pains me to be graduating from here. Theater has not always been easy for me, but it has always been safe and accessible here. This place gave me my first big role and has shaped me in indescribable ways. You all are the reason that I am who I am.” – CSC Summer Camper
“[Our son] was so bright and engaged during camp sessions, and it was wonderful to see the Bard's words and world come alive for him…For each of our kids, this camp was so much more than 400 year-old words on a page. We are so grateful for the scholarships that made these experiences possible!” – Parents of CSC Summer Campers and Scholarship recipients
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Donate by Mail
Please make a check out to Cincinnati Shakespeare Company and mail to:
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company
217 W. 12th Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Donate by Phone
Please call Director of Development, Sara Clark at 513-381-2273 ext. 3208
Donate at the Theater*
The box office will be happy to accept and process a tax-deductible donation by cash, check or credit card at:
The Otto M. Budig Theater
1195 Elm Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
*Call in advance for current hours (513)381-2273
Donate with Stock
Download instructions for making a gift of stock online here.
Questions? Contact Director of Development, Sara Clark at [email protected]
Scholarships to Camp and Groundlings are made possible by Robert Brackenbury and Linda Parysek, as well as generous donors to the Jeremy Dubin Scholarship Fund. We are forever grateful for their support.