This Penn Student (!) is on a Broadway Tour AND was featured on “So You Think You Can Dance”

Penn Undergrad Nick-Silverio appearing in Elf the Musical and So You Think You Can Dance

Penn’s Undergraduate Media and Entertainment (UME) Club is back with another rendition of our Student Spotlight Series!

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Check out this interview to learn more about Nick and his incredible journey!

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