Q&A with Mingus Union High School Students after Ephemera Dress Rehearsal
Special thanks to James Ball, head of the theatre and choir department at Mingus Union High School and the Head Lighting Designer for Ephemera, and to Elena Bullard, Lighting Designer for Ephemera, for facilitating a Q&A opportunity with theatre and choir students engaged in and learning about the arts. This event was held after the students viewed the Dress Rehearsal performance of Ephemera Tuesday November 8, 2022. Students were invited to ask any questions about aerial arts and other movement art forms featured in the show, any behind-the-scenes questions regarding rehearsals, training, and performing on stage, and what it means to become a professional dancer in a company, and any other related subjects they were curious about.
Hydrangea Sky Movement Arts is dedicated to education in the arts, especially in our local community in the Verde Valley.
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