Moyo's Final March For The Arts

by Moyo Ifafore




Campaign has ended


I've always wanted to be an artist.

Duke Ellington has given me that opportunity. However, without the March For The Arts, I would have these opportunistic that I've been afforded.

To be able to work with master acting teachers,

To receive top tier acting training.

To put on excellent shows.

And so much more 

As I enter my fourth and final year, I not only desire for my shoes to be top tier, but for the students who follow after me to have the same opportunities.

Join me and donate to March For The Arts! You've helped support members of the next generation of artists, such as myself, so, let's do that one final time!

With love,


March for the Arts, is the

Duke Ellington School of the Arts annual Theatre


Support Us!

In the Theatre Department, students aren't just taught how to act. They are taught how to create the stories they want to see. They are given the tools to shape the world around them with their art. Ellington relies on the generosity of parents and donors to ensure that our students receive the highest level of pre-professional training and performance opportunities. Donations enable them to create sets, craft costumes, power technical capabilities, hire additional instructors, and fund classes with Master Acting Teachers like the renowned Professor Vera Katz.

Celebrate With Us!

Once upon a time there was an enchanted land full of magical spells, beautiful maidens, and true love where everyone lived happily ever after. Or did they??? Take a magical tour through the enchanted forests of Georgetown and learn what really happened to Rapunzel, Jasmine, Hansel and Gretel and other misrepresented characters during an interactive live show. After the performance, get more of the real scoop while you fly high on the moon bounces with Aladdin, play croquet with Alice, eat homemade treats with Tiana, and dance like the clock will never strike 12 with Cinderella! Enchanted showtimes are at 10:30 and 12. Dress as your favorite misrepresented fairytale character for a special gift from the Prince! 




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