Founding member Bartek Chrupek's Joy to the World is a perfect way to celebrate our sixth day of the Virtual Advent Calendar.
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Bartek is honored and excited to be a part of the Mosaic Players, and especially its emphasis on embracing diversity through vocal, dance and theatrical performance.
Much of Bartek's theater experience comes from the Round Lake Area Park District, where he has participated in 10 productions over the past four years. As a student of Dancenter North for the past five years, Bartek has enjoyed studying and performing a wide variety of dance, from hip hop to Broadway to ballet and even Boys Fusion.
Bartek's love of music, movement and art includes playing piano and saxophone in his free time as well as love for travel, science and math, in which he thinks and challenges himself in ways that complement his dance and theatrical pursuits.
His curiosity, sense of humor, love of adventure, intellectual focus joy in working with others keep his family and friends in a constant state of amazement at where his abilities and accomplishments have led him so far, and very excited for his future impact on everyone around him. The Mosaic Players have launched a GoFundMe campaign and would love your support! Thank you for your consideration of making a gift towards Mosaic Players. Our fundraiser will be happening over the next few months and your contributions will go towards the creation of our Traveling Wagon Stage, the shows we'll be producing in 2021, and our community outreach.
Mosaic Players is a group of artists committed to the idea that our theatre will focus on human rights, social justice, and anti-racism. We promote dignity, respect, equality, inclusiveness, and understanding. We plan on creating original works, adapting literature, and producing shows that reflect the stories of our communities.