2018 Playcrafters Bill Moyer Scholarship Awards for 2018
June 18, 2018
Playcrafters has announced its Bill Moyer Memorial Scholarships for three members of the Class of 2018. The winners are Emma and Zoe Muller of Schwenksville, PA graduating from Perkiomen Valley High School and Gryphon Faulkner of Pennsburg. Gryphon is home schooled.
These scholarships are presented to outstanding students who have excelled in all areas of theater during their middle school and high school years. Each applicant had to write an essay on the subject of “how theater has had a positive effect on my life.” They also had to supply a complete resume of their onstage, backstage, and training experiences. Finally, they had to secure three references.
Because of conflicting student schedules, Playcrafters had two award ceremonies. Pictured here are the winners, Emma(L) and Zoe(R) in one photo. The winners are flanked on the left by Jacki Moyer-Hunsberger and Sherry Yerger. Also included is a photo of Gryphon, flanked by Jacki and Sherry. Moyer-Hunsberger is the daughter of the late Bill Moyer, for whom the scholarship is named. Yerger is the current president of Playcrafters.
In Memorium - Cindy Borowski-Burns
April 26, 2018
Cindy Borowski-Burns, a long time member of both DCP and Playcrafters, passed away on Monday, April 9 after a long and courageous battle with Alzheimer's. Those of you who knew Cindy know her immeasurable musical talents, her wit, her smile, and her love for her family. She shared her musical skills with her son Michael (we knew him as Mikey, because that's what Cindy called him as a little boy), and left a legacy of kindness, beauty, and joy for all. She appeared in many shows, some of which are Oklahoma, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, The Tempest, A Streetcar Named Desire, "The Scottish Play", and many more.
Memorial contributions may be made in he name of Cindy Borowski-Burns to The Alzheimer's Association, https://act.alz.org or by making a contribution to her Walk To End Alzheimer's team, Cindy's Angels (on Michael's Walk Donation Page) through act.alz.org.