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Kravis to awaken public to student talent


The Kravis Center, located in downtown West Palm Beach, is hosting Stage Awakenings in April. [Photo by the Kravis Center]

The Kravis Center for Performing Arts will host its eighth rendition of Stage Awakenings, a showcase of high school and college student-created dance, music, poetry, and theater, on April 13. 


“We are thrilled to bring back Stage Awakenings,” says Tracy C. Butler, the director of education at the Kravis Center. “This unique program is free for the participating students and not only showcases the immense talent of Palm Beach County’s young artists but also reflects the Kravis Center’s commitment to nurturing the arts in our community. Working with these young artists is a refreshing experience, and it’s a privilege to witness their growth and creativity come to life on stage.”



Auditions will be held Saturday, March 9, starting at 10 a.m. Each audition is limited to five minutes and requires an appointment. To register, visit www.kravis.org/stage-awakenings-auditions


Chosen students will have the chance to refine their performances on Sunday, April 7, under the guidance of Stage Director Kim Cozort and Music Director Joshua Lubben. This workshop and rehearsal process will lead to the show on Saturday, April 13, at 7 p.m. in Persson Hall. 



The backing of Leonard and Norma Klorfine makes Stage Awakenings possible. General admission tickets are available for $10 at www.kravis.org, at 561-832-7469, or in person.

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