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Hi I'm Sydney

I'm from Utah. I love to sing, dance, perform in theatre, and write. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have participated in acting and musical theatre since junior high and throughout high school. I've had the opportunity to write and direct several short plays at my high school, and assist in choreographing parts of the fall musical. I was on my high school dance team, and have been dancing since I was 4 years old: ballet, hip hop, tap, jazz, lyrical, Latin, etc. I plan to earn a Doctorate degree in the Arts, pursue a career as a screenwriter, novelist, theatrical performer, & film director and/or actor, and travel & experience as many other countries and cultures as I possibly can.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a very active LDS family, but had to have my own conversion over time. I found that the more I reached out to Heavenly Father, I was able to see Him reaching out to me. For a lot of my youth I was unsure if I was doing everthing "right," like praying, for example. It took me some time to realize that everyone feels the Spirit in different ways, and Heavenly Father's relationships with each of us are as unique and specific as He created us to be. With the love and guidance I've received, I have been able to overcome many personal mountains which have shown me just how powerful the gift of the Priesthood is, and what it can do to heal, help, and harmonize each one of our lives.

How I live my faith

I have served on my stake Youth Council (where church youth get to participate in planning group events like dances or service projects), and as a YSA Ward activities planner. I love to help create fun, wholesome activities that everyone can enjoy together. I have had the opportunity to sing for church meetings, in church conferences, and even in a choir for the Womens' Session of General Conference (2015).