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Rehearsing a Dream (2006)

Support for the arts in America may be dwindling, but talent in our high schools isn't. Every year a group of the country's most gifted 17-year-old performing and visual artists - singled ... See full summary »
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Support for the arts in America may be dwindling, but talent in our high schools isn't. Every year a group of the country's most gifted 17-year-old performing and visual artists - singled out among thousands of their peers - share a week of dreams as they learn from mentors like Mikhail Baryshnikov, Vanessa Williams, Jacques d'Amboise, Michael Tilson Thomas... and from each other. For seven transformative days, the passionate young artists revel in the support, encouragement and attention they have earned. Written by Anonymous

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See some of the best promising young artists.
29 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A documentary about the 2006 NFAA ARTS Week. NFAA stands for National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts. ARTS stands for Arts Recognition & Talent Search.

The yearly event gather many young artists for a week of performances and counseling from teachers and professionals. Many categories are represented, such as, theater, dance, classical music, visual arts, and jazz. The documentary shows what goes on during that week. Vanessa Williams, a 1981 winner, talks to the young talent. We see the interaction between teachers and students.

The documentary provides a wonderful view on some of the best promising young artists in the US. What we see is phenomenally good.


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