D2GB Performing Arts Camp 2016 Conclusion
R.Evolución Latina’s programs in 2016 have been a journey of what makes every individual Bountiful. This summer we invited 200 campers, 25 teachers, and 45 volunteers to join this journey. Throughout the 5 days campers went beyond in classes in dance, music and acting and became empowered and inspired to find out what is Bountiful about themselves and those around them.
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For a third year we found a home at the Jackie Robinson Park in Harlem for our final day of the camp. Campers shared what they learned from their classes, teachers and how these challenges have made them ready to continue to share their light with the world and follow their dreams.
2016 teaching artists: Michelle Brugal (Lion King), Jim Conney, (Broadway Dance Center), Greer Gisy (Twelfth Night- Public Works), James Harkness (Beautiful), Roddy Kennedy (Hamilton), Gabriela Garcia (Twelfth Night- Public Works), Jerome Harmann- Hardeman (Dirty Dancing, the musical), Ian Hersey (The Public Theatre), Michael Mindlin (Aladdin), Brett Sturgis (On Your Feet), Logan Hall, Taylor Williams (Hamilton, ROCKY), Rachel Aylward, Nate Lombardi (The Groovy Project),Valeria Cossu (Zuccotti Park), Ehizoje Azeke (Queen of The Night), Maria Ximena Salgado (Bountiful), Elena Guiterrez (Mamma Mia), Harold Tampock (Bountiful), Greg Uliasz (Theaterworks), Jose Ortiz Bomba-YO, Daniel J. Watts (Hamilton), and Founder/Director Luis Salgado (On Your Feet).
We had very special guests from T.V and Broadway share their stories and spent time with the campers. Jamie Camil from t.v’s “Jane The Virgin”, Ektor Rivera and Ana Villafane who play who plays Emilio and Gloria Estefan in On your Feet, Broadway.
About R.Evolución Latina
R.Evolución Latina (RL) is an organization that utilizes the arts through educational and collaborative programming to empower the Latino community to discover their full potential. RL has developed a series of free performing arts programs led by professional artists from Broadway, Latino Theatre film and TV that understand that ART CHANGES LIVES.
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