The Kennedy Center

Logan Van Guine Jennings


Logan has always been interested in the arts and really dived deep into theater when she entered high school. Logan is a senior at Elizabeth Seton High School. The school had no consistent theater program early on and she was one of the founding members of the group, “The Seton Theater Company”. Logan was so happy performing and wanted to build upon her artistic skill set so she decided to take classes in dance and writing. Logan worked alongside the directors to learn how to direct shows and ultimately directed one on her own in this winter’s show season. Logan’s plan is to study theater in college and have the opportunity to work alongside individuals with similar dreams as hers and grow as an artist. Her dream is to help diversify the arts world, so that there are more people of color, ethic backgrounds, and more of their stories being told. Logan plans to use theater to launch that dream.

Watch Past Performances

Video 3/16/2019: Youth Arts EXPLOSION … Moving Full STEAM Ahead!

The Reston Chapter of The Links, Incorporated and the Washington, DC Chapter of The Society Incorporated, co-sponsors a bi-annual “Youth Arts Showcase Explosion … Moving Full STEAM Ahead” event, in collaboration with the Community Initiatives Education Division of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. This year, six exceptionally talented African American High School seniors, from the DMV area, will showcase their talents on the Kennedy Center’s Millennium stage. Each competing student will be awarded a scholarship for advancing their education and careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM). Also, separate workshops will be held with parents of the students, and with the students to provide guidance on, “Having a Successful College Experience”, and, “Paving the Way to a Successful Performing Career.

March 16 - Logan Jennings