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Noah Parets

Noah Parets

I12048   Male  Submit Photo / DocumentSubmit Photo / Document    Has 13 ancestors but no descendants in this family tree.

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  • Name Noah Parets 
    Gender Male 
    Oldest Known Ancestors
    Paternal Line: [--?--] Parets
    Maternal Line: Sarah Rebecka Finkle b.1844
    Person ID I12048  MyMispoche
    Last Modified 13 Oct 2012 

    Father [--?--] Parets 
    Mother Ancestors Living 
    Children
     1. Noah Parets
     
    Family ID F4178  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • SHARON ?
      Noah Parets, 13, felt something had changed when he returned to his Sharon home last week, after an absence of more than two months. ?I thought, ?Wow, I must have grown, because the house felt smaller,?? said Noah, who is 4 feet, 8 inches tall and made his stage debut July 1 as the star of the Broadway national tour of ?Billy Elliot the Musical.? The Tony Award-winning musical runs at The Opera House from July 24 to Aug. 19.
      Noah isn?t taller than he was in April, but his house may seem smaller because his world has grown significantly since he started training for the demanding role of Billy Elliot. Playing an English boy who confounds his working-class father to pursue his dream of being a ballet dancer, Noah not only has to excel in dance, but also sing and act.
      After a recent debut in Louisville, Ky., Noah received three standing ovations. The elation he felt sharply contrasted with his fright in the minutes before the curtain opened.
      ?I felt incredible,? Noah said. ?It was like nothing I had ever done before. And when the audience clapped, I felt such energy.?
      Dancing is second nature to Noah, who dances five to six days a week at The Gold School in Brockton and is the American Dance Awards? Junior Male Dancer of the Year 2011. But he had never acted or sung onstage. Nonetheless, at an open casting call in New York City in September, the casting director was won over by his dancing talent and his first attempts at singing and acting. He was called back to audition again for two full days in January, and he found out he got the part in February.
      That doesn?t surprise his teacher, Rennie Gold, the school?s owner and director.
      ?Noah is mature beyond his years when it comes to how he trains,? said Gold, who has taught Noah jazz, modern, ballet and tap since he was 7. ?He?s very focused and learns quickly. When he first came to the school, I saw that he had tremendous potential.?
      ?Footloose? actor and Stoughton native Kenny Wormald also got his start at The Gold School.
      Noah is a compact bundle of talent, who moves with the good posture and grace common to dancers. At ease in conversation, he has a warm smile, large, expressive blue eyes with long lashes and well-proportioned features. He also remains humble, aware of how much more he can learn.


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