John Sloan the newest Director of Keys 2 Life Performing Arts Summer Camp Play
John Sloan is a musician, actor, producer, former Lion King Ensemble Member 🦁… and the new Keys 2 Life Performing Arts Summer Camp Play Director! 🎭🥳
John studied Musical Theater at the University of Michigan and has over a decade of experience as a professional artist. Having produced and directed events across the country, his efforts are dedicated to the intersection of art and activism.
Keys 2 Life is honored to have him this year and can’t wait for our Detroit youth to experience this level of training 🙌🏽 The best part? We still have $400 scholarships available to parents in need! Just head over to theyunion.org/camp and apply today.
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