Scarlet 2018: Stephanie Joe

Scarlet 2018: Stephanie Joe

"I love how Scarlet brings Hawthorne’s American classic to life in a way that is relatable and moving. The story will take you through a journey of emotions; it doesn’t shy away from the difficult aspects of Hawthorne’s story, but the portrayal of raw emotion and the grit of real life points all the more to the beauty and hope of grace and redemption." - Solo Artist Stephanie Joe

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Scarlet 2018: Brette Benedict

Scarlet 2018: Brette Benedict

"Revisiting the role [of Hester] was a little daunting at first... The good thing about time is that I've grown a lot as a person. As I've continued to push myself, I've seen the strength and stamina that has been built over time. Every fear I've had has been met head on, and the ballet has been a joy to revisit." - Lead Artist Brette Benedict

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Scarlet 2018: Antonio Rosario

Scarlet 2018: Antonio Rosario

"Scarlet brings a much-needed message for the time we live in. I love that there is hope at the end of ballet and that healing is possible for everyone who accepts Christ into their life. Sin is real and the consequences are real, but Jesus Christ has defeated them both!" - Solo Artist Antonio Rosario

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Scarlet 2018: Samuel Opsal

Scarlet 2018: Samuel Opsal

"The ballet Scarlet deals directly with sin and how it is dealt with. Rather than finding redemption, suffocating guilt or even just a prick of the conscious, Chillingworth has a very different arc when it comes to sin. He feels no remorse of any actions of abuse or torture believing that he is justified in doing anything that benefits himself." - Company Artist Samuel Opsal

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