GRMS Grad Wraps at Rutgers Acting Conservatory
GRMS grad Hugo Jaramillo '14 is wrapping up a highly selective, four-week summer acting program at the Rutgers Acting Conservatory at the Mason Gross School of the Arts. The prestigious program accepts only 38 high school students from across the country who are serious about acting. The program provides students with a challenging, inspiring learning environment that allows each student to develop as a young theater artist.
Jaramillo first caught the acting bug in middle school at GRMS, performing in the school's musical productions. He further explored the craft as part of the youth program at the Camille Lightner Playhouse where he continues to be part of performances, most recently James and the Giant Peach.
Jaramillo received a partial scholarship from the Rutgers Acting Conservatory. He was able to experience this once in a lifetime opportunity with an additional scholarship provided by a local family through GRMS.