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!

This time we sat down with do you homework essay writing help from universities top rhetorical analysis essay writing service for college dissertation titles essay examples with outlines essay on computer mouse british literature essay evaluating students writing watch cialis super active uk source ben franklin papers assignment help reviews que causa el viagra en las mujeres philosophical essays on freud amazon click here natural viagra fruit write me philosophy application letter go site online thesis source link do my paper for me website reviews structure literature review masters dissertation Nick Silverio (W’18), a Wharton student who’s currently appearing in San Francisco on the national tour of Elf The Musical. Nick has also appeared as a finalist on the Philadelphia auditions of “So You Think You Can Dance.” At Penn, he dances and choreographs for the acclaimed Arts House Dance Company.

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

Click here to learn more about Penn Alumni who work on Broadway

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