Ep. 3 HourGlass Talks with Talented Dancer-Performer-Arts Activist –

Paying It Forward through the Arts

Here is the latest episode of my podcast, HourGlass, an interview that my co-host and I conducted with Marina Micallizi, an inspirational young talent who shared her story about the importance of the arts for helping others.

In 2005 Maria Torres auditioned young dancers to take part in a Broadway style production number to be performed at Jazz at Lincoln Center for the Upfronts as part of the cartoon Class of 3000, based on Andre 3000 (Outkast)), and is blown away by a talented 10-year old—Marina Micallizi. Since then a mentor-mentee relationship has flourished, sparked by Maria’s passion to help Marina light up not only on the stage but also behind the scenes, leading Marina on her own journey to pay it forward by exposing others to the healing power of the arts. Marina believes that we each have the power to light the darkness and she hopes to create a better, brighter world.Marina credits as a performer include on Disney’s film Enchanted, the Broadway musicals How the Grinch Stole Christmas the Musical and Billy Elliot, and other notable productions as well as assistant to top choreographers such as Brian Friedman, Mia Michaels, Dave Scott, Laurie Ann Gibson, Chris Judd and Shane Sparks.

Hour Glass Time to Talk about the stories shaping the artist – an original Podcast created, produced and hosted by Maria Torres and Giovanna Aguilar

Episode #3: Interview with Marina Micalizzi

Music Theme: Roman Rojas

Editor: Parker Robinson
Episode 3# Sound Mixer: Carlos Berrios
In Studio Engineer: Peter Scozzari

Recording Studio: Madpan Productions

 

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