A Dance Fund, In Memory of Scott Ambler

Our beloved Scott Ambler passed away about one year ago, and his presence is greatly missed. For those of us that were lucky enough to work with Scott, we will be forever touched. Even those that didn’t get to meet Scott, surely have heard stories of the amazing man and choreographer we were all so lucky to know.

A few of us have been chatting about ways to honor Scott as we approach the anniversary of his passing we've come up with a wonderful idea...

For Scott's 19th birthday a few of his friends bought him six ballet lessons as a joke. On that as a basis, Scott auditioned for the Rambert School in the UK and was accepted...that was the start of his incredible career. We'd like to raise funds to set up a bursary or gift to present to the Rambert School  (https://www.rambertschool.org.uk/), to help another talented young gent (of a similar background to Scott) make his way into the world of dance.  This gift will be presented in honor of Scott, on behalf of his Phantom phamily and every other individual he touched in the world of theatre and dance. Please let us know (if you like) what circle of Scott's you're from!

If you feel so moved, please make a donation to the fund. If all donations could be in by the end of March that would be lovely, but feel free to reach out if you need more time!

Let's busk it!

PS. The donation goal is an arbitrary number to get us going. Let's smash that number!!

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Organizer 


Micki Weiner 
Organizer
Brooklyn, NY
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