Posted on March 21, 2017 by Scot Allen
Natalie Borsky, Mid-Pacific class of 2018, will attend the Interlochen Arts Camp, a prestigious summer arts program in Michigan, this summer.
During the summer program, students from all over the world travel to Michigan to study music, theatre, visual arts, film, creative writing and dance. During the school year, Interlochen is an arts-based boarding high school. Natalie received a merit scholarship and will be participating in intensive three-week acting technique classes, vocal ensemble studio work, dance ensemble studio work, and workshop rehearsal.
Natalie is also playing a principal role in Diamond Head Theater's Production of "Evita," March 24 to April 16. She will sing the solo "Another Suitcase in Another Hall."
"I am proud of Natalie for stepping out of her comfort of Ohana Arts (which provides a place in Hawaii for youth to have high quality training and performing opportunities) to Diamond Head Theater," said teacher Celia Chun Wright
"Evita" will be Natalie's second production and her first featured role.
Natalie is shown above with John Rampage, Director of "Evita" at Diamond Head Theater.