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Hi I'm Seth

I'm a performer and an entertainer. I'm an artist. I'm a teacher with a hope to inspire youth, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Theatre has been my passion ever since I was 11. My family raised me with music being a constant and active part of my life. My experiences in theatre have brought me joy and have taught me so much, and I am thankful for it. I love to create, especially inside my own head where anything is possible. I hope to inspire people with the things that I create, whether it be through theatre or other means. I want to make films, write books, give speeches, and teach. My dream is to be a teacher of middle to high-school aged youth. I believe in others, and their ability to love. I think there is always a positive and wonderful side of life. I've been homeschooled my whole life, but I've had opportunities to be in leadership classes/training and teach in the same environment. Theatre is my way of communicating with others, and helping them to feel the Spirit of God. I believe that if I can touch one soul or make one person think deeply about something through my music or dancing, then I have done my job as a performer. I believe that there is a way to learn from any experience, hobby, or work that life may send your way. Life is good! :-)

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because if there is anything about this gospel that I have found to be absolutely one hundred percent true it is that it brings me happiness. I've struggled a lot throughout my life with a general weight and sadness, along with some anxiety and very constant worry about my future. I struggle with the idea that I am a failure. BUT, all of these clouds disappear with the light of the gospel of Christ. The joy and comfort that the teachings of Christ bring me are so breath-taking. If there is anything I can count on, it is that everything in this gospel will bring me happiness no matter how I am feeling or what has happened. There are so many ways that I can think of that this gospel can dispel all grief and pain, and so many ways that it can heal even the most deep of wounds. My brother passed away when I was 12 years old, and the knowledge that I have from this gospel that he continues to progress and do good work on the other side was one of the greatest comforts that I had in that dark time. The knowledge that I can be with him again and that I will see him again and that he is happy and fulfilling his own mission is wonderful. Another big part of my testimony is that of the Atonement of Christ. Once again, it brings me joy. It brings all of us joy if we use it. How can it not bring you comfort that no matter what you have done wrong, it can be forgiven? How can it not bring you comfort that there is a Savior who will always love and cherish you, even if you feel broken? My heart is full of gratitude and awe at the Atonement and how it has blessed my life. I am in no way perfect, and I have made my fair share of large mistakes in my life, but Christ has always been there to wipe away my tears, cleanse me of my sins, and help me to feel whole. My joy is bursting out my ears, and I want to share that joy with those that I meet. Everyone should be able to feel happy, and feel like they are not alone.. That's why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I believe that you live your faith in everything that you do, each and every day. You should always strive to share your faith and your spirit with others through your daily actions. One of the ways that I share that spirit with others is through my performing. It is amazing what a story, a song, or a dance can do for someone else. I've seen people be transformed through music and through theatre. I have been changed personally through the performing arts, and I only hope that in my endeavors I can inspire and change others. Aside from theatre, I live my faith through my church callings. The leadership positions I've been given have been a great strength to me and have increased my personal testimony of the gospel. I love to teach others and watch them grow but I have found that I often learn more from my peers and "students" than I end up teaching them. Times when I have had the opportunity to teach lessons in church or lead activities have been those in which I have learned much and have felt great happiness. I love visiting the families that I home-teach and learning from them. One of my favorite experiences was a large service project that the youth conducted in which we landscaped my neighbors entire front & back yards. It looked absolutely beautiful, and the happiness that it brought my neighbor has been a constant reminder and testimony to me of the joy that service brings not only those who are served but also to those who are serving.