Join our CAST of Supporting Characters

CAST-Creative Arts Students and Teachers-funds visual and performing arts programs at Fort Worth Country Day that would otherwise not be supported. These experiences enhance students' artistic visions, open their minds to the arts world beyond FWCD and engage them in hands-on work with dynamic professionals.

Volunteer Opportunities

Supporting CAST is seeking volunteer reception assistance for the 2018-19 school year. Tasks include plating cookies, setting up tables before events and lite clean up after performances. Contact Pam Darrow or Teri East for information or questions regarding CAST volunteer opportunities.

Review Opportunities and Volunteer
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GIFTS TO SUPPORTING CAST!

This year, because of your generous donations to Supporting CAST, we will present the following opportunities and more to FWCD students: 

  • Watercolor workshops with Laurin McCracken, watercolorist, (Upper School Painting and Drawing); guest artists Soon Warren and Gene Murray (Middle School Art)
  • Off-campus workshops at Palletsmart and with the People’s Art Collaborative (National Art Honor Society)
  • Off-campus trip to tour the Kimbell Art Museum permanent collection (National Junior Art Honor Society )
  • VIP backstage tour of the Dallas Theater Center’s production of Hair; audio workshop with guest artist Jonathan Hill (Upper School Theatre Tech)
  • Masterclasses and small group lessons with Violinist Molly Baer, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, and Cellists Laura Ospina and Sarah Rogerson (Middle School Strings)
  • Guests artist workshop and masterclasses with Justin Wood, professional trombonist and Head Band Director at Prairie High School (Middle School Band)
  • Vocal coaching with Dinah Menger, Professional Singer and Director of Choral and Elementary Music at Fort Worth ISD; Guest choreographer Persis Ann Forster, Professional Singer and Dancer and Artistic Director of Dance Theatre of Arlington (Upper School Choir) 
  • Ballet workshops with guest choreographer Professor Er Dong Hu, professional dancer and faculty member at Bucknell University (Upper School); dance workshops with LaQuet Pringle, Broadway dancer on tour with Beautiful (Upper School); attend Command Performance at Winspear Opera House in Dallas (Grades 7-12) 
  • Spring performance composition commissioned from and workshops with local composer Mark Burrows (Lower School Music) 
  • Yoga/Breathing instructor (Middle School Choir)
  • Tap workshops with guest artist/choreographer Abi Abel; tap choreography for spring musical Anything Goes (Upper School Theatre)
  • Guest choreographer Abi Abel (Middle School Show Choir)
  • Purchase of glass kiln (Grades 3-12 Visual Arts)
  • Performance by the Princeton Nassoons (Upper School)
4200 Country Day Lane, Fort Worth, TX 76109
Phone: 817.732.7718
Fort Worth Country Day (FWCD) is a K-12 private, independent, coeducational, nondenominational college-preparatory school located on approximately 100 acres in Fort Worth, Texas. The mission of Fort Worth Country Day School is to foster the intellectual, physical, emotional, and ethical development of capable students through an academically rigorous college preparatory program that integrates the arts and athletics.