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'Stage Combat' Demo, Grand Youth Program Take Center Stage on Fox 13's The Place


Salt Lake Community College students Tennessee Tarrant and A.J. Neuschwander fought in front of Fox 13's Big Budah and taught him how to throw and take a punch - the Hollywood variety, that is. The students demonstrated the "stage combat" knowledge they learned at SLCC's Center for Arts & Media (CAM) on Fox 13's The Place. SLCC theater program director Zachary Curtis prepped the students and CAM program manager Josh Elstein talked about SLCC's Grand Youth program, which includes lessons in stage fighting. Below are a few highlights from the visit to Fox 13 studios.

Zachary Curtis (l-r), A.J. Neuschwander, Tennessee Tarrant and Josh Elstein









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Artist: Emily Engh  Title: Demons Date: March 2019 Medium: Airbrush on board Frame size: 27 3/4 x 19 3/4 x 0 7/8 in. Last known location: 254 Student Center, Taylorsville Redwood Campus