Uka Beganaj's Modeling Jobs, Acting Auditions and Additional Experience
Hi everybody, as far as you seen my profile. I had experience work as actor in my hometown at Fulton Theatre for two year seasonal temporary-summer.I am good looking young guy, friendly, sense of humor. I am a people person but most of all I love to act it is my passion i can't see myself doing anything else. I hope that someday you see me doing something big!. I willing learn and grow with any good project. I would like involve dramatic movie or reality tv or in magazine or something what they offer me.
Fulton Theater-Lancaster Pa
-Actor for two years. Only Temporary Seasonal is Summer
- Those show called "For we were strangers in the land". A theatre piece that delves into the stories of immigrants to America
-Repeatedly recognized by the National Endowment for the Arts as a shining example of arts education programming for at-risk, disabled, and disadvantaged teens, Youtheatre is a year-round project with a core summer component that challenges its teen participants (age 13+) to create and perform original dramas that address topics of pertinence to their lives or that of their peers around the globe. In doing so, Youtheatre invites these marginalized participants to express their views on matters of consequence, giving them a real voice and empowering them to use it. More importantly, Youtheatre provides area youth with a safe summer haven that fosters artistic, educational, and social and emotional growth, and provides a constructive outlet for their energies.
-Youtheatre gives voice to the underserved in our community, building plays from their own histories and changing lives in the process.
-In 2004, Youtheatre was one of only ten arts companies in the United States (out of an applicant pool of more than 800) to be selected by the NEA as a national model for arts education, and one of only four companies to continue that designation for the life of that particular granting program. Since then, NEA's support has continued through its Learning in the Arts program. The company also won the Pennsylvania Council on the Art's "Keystones of Accessibility" Award for its inclusion of students with disabilities. (The ensemble includes or has included members who are deaf, blind, autistic, and living with chronic medical conditions such as epilepsy, Turner's Syndrome, Hepatitis C, congenital heart disease, and brain injuries.) In 2007, Youtheatre was honored to also receive the "Giving Voice" Award of the national Starbucks Foundation. And at a White House ceremony in 2008, the program received the Coming Up Taller Award by the President's Committe on the Arts and Humanities, recognizing it as one of the top arts education programs in the nation.
Barry Kornhauser- Founder/Director Youtheater
Adele Ulrich- Co-Director Youtheater
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