FABUM launched an 'apprentice program' in December, 2011 which has evolved into an official internship for arts-interested students in Washington, D.C. Meet our current 'FABUM Associates':
Kelsea Johnson is a senior at School Without Walls and enjoys dance in addition to her love for theatre. She has performed in shows such as The Miser & has been included in locally-filmed documentaries & public service announcements. Kelsea was part of FABUM’s inaugural performance season, “The 1st Dolce Revolution Project”, assisting in the process of rehearsals, event-organizing and doing everything from greeting show-goers to stage lights to props management. She is very excited to have this revolutionary internship with FABUM.
Eva Meier is currently a senior at School Without Walls High School. She has been dancing for ten years and is now the captain of the School Without Walls Contemporary Dance Team. Eva began her training at the Washington School of Ballet and studied there for four years. Throughout her dancing life she has performed at the Kennedy Center, the GWU Lisner Auditorium, the Hippodrome Theatre in Baltimore and more. She plans on continuing her education in the performing arts throughout university when she graduates in June of 2013. Eva is excited to be a member of the FABUM team and looks forward to having a very dolce year working alongside them.