YoungArts Takes Over the Temple of Dendur
3 monthes ago - By WWD
“Can we give it up for King Tut? He's here tonight,” Daniel J. Watts proclaimed from the stage set up in the Temple of Dendur at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Broadway performer had just finished a tap dance number for the dinner crowd, and was shifting into hosting duties during the YoungArts Gala; Watts is a 2000 alumni of the arts organization that supports young artists ages 15 to 18.
“I needed to feel confident in the steps I was taking, to college and be a music major, and even more confident to go to New York,” he said. “Because all of a sudden, I had a network of people like...
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