Artist Spotlight: Sophomore Savannah Gravitt

Sophomore Savannah Gravitt plays the distressed wife, Mary, reflecting over her life.

Maryam Dereje, Arts Editor

What projects are you currently involved in?
I am a singer in choir and I also act in theater and I am quite active in both departments.

How long have you been doing art?
I am a singer in choir and I also act in theater and I am quite active in both departments. I have been doing chorus for over four
years, and I have been doing theater for four years.

What is the best part about what you do?
I have always had a passion for singing and acting, and I love being able to tell stories and give the audience a show or a song that they can connect with.

Do you have any upcoming projects?
Yes, I actually do. The school musical, The Hunchback of Notre Dame starts it’s run April 19, 20, and 21

What lead you to start what you do?

 I have always loved music and movie or theater and when I got the opportunity in middle school to be involved in theater, I had to go for it.

Do you see a future in theater?
Yes, I actually do see art in my future. I plan on going to college for musical theater and performing art for as long as I live or at
least as long as I can.

What was the scariest part?
The scariest part about Arts is auditions. Even though I have been in a lot of shows, auditioning for one always makes me nervous. However, I never let that stop me from giving the audition my all and being involved in

Do you have any advice for anyone wanting to start a profession in arts?
I would just say go for it! Everyone has their own unique set of strengths and all of them are needed to put on a good performance. You find yourself lost in the script or the music and you meet the most wonderful people along the way. Enjoy every moment and always put forward your best. Don’t let that stop you from learning more, there will be new things that you learn every single day you perform.