Celebrating our Champions
We are so grateful to the many individuals who have continued to support NTPA over the past year by helping our actors safely take the stage once again. It has been a difficult year for NTPA as we approached our 30th anniversary, not knowing if we would be able to reopen our theatres or what it would look like after the pandemic.
But our community is strong, and our families, volunteers, and staff have come together to overcome the most challenging obstacles we’ve faced in three decades. By supporting safety protocols to keep our actors safe, participating online when necessary, and doing their part to remain safe in activities outside of our theatres, this community has helped our actors to have their voices heard once again.
You helped us get to our 30th Anniversary. And we want to CELEBRATE everyone who made a difference this past year.
Who is Your Champion?
Nominate Your Champion
Honor the students, volunteers, staff, and community members who supported your journey at NTPA throughout the pandemic by nominating them as an NTPA Champion!
NTPA will select nominated champions to recognize publicly online for their incredible work and sacrifice, and will choose a select few to honor at a big celebration event when all this is over. Stay tuned for more details on this special event and nominate your champions today!
There is no limit on the number of champions you can nominate!
“NTPA Champions” may be youth or adult members or nonmembers of the North Texas Performing Arts community who have made a tangible difference in supporting the continuation of the mission of North Texas Performing Arts to develop the character of youth through performing arts education and family entertainment during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
In supporting the work of NTPA or other individuals or groups within the NTPA community, NTPA Champions should demonstrate one or more of the 10 Characters of NTPA including teamwork, leadership, responsibility, respect, confidence, integrity, discipline, gratitude, a positive attitude, and to love one another.