Amy served on the Steamboat Dance Theatre Board of Directors, including serving as President in 2004. She was the Stage Manager for several years and went on to become our Technical Director. She was also one of the founding members of Steamboat Dance Theatre’s Dance Scholarship Program.
When Amy Flint passed away, her husband, Jonathan, set up a fund for each of her two loves; Steamboat Dance Theaterand the Routt County Humane Society. People who admired and loved Amy, knew that her love of dance and the ability to take classes brought her incredible joy.
Most of the dance theater members knew Amy for her skills in the tech booth and backstage. One of Amy’s gifts was training interested high school students who went on to be technical producers for Steamboat Dance Theatre and beyond.
The Amy Flint Memorial Scholarship is awarded to individuals who have never danced, but want to explore the world of dance, or for those furthering their education in technical/stage production.
Jonathan says of Amy “she got a great opportunity and it’s time to pay it forward.”