Look towards the center of the stage, and you'll find this month's SEASPAR Spotlight recipient. Meet Jackson Beatty, the energy of an entire performing arts school packed into one person. His love for performing, kind heart, and crowd-pleasing attitude are why we've selected Jackson to be this month's spotlight recipient.
If it's worthy of a stage, you'll find Jackson Beatty not far away. Jackson is a performer at heart. His talent has earned him top billing for many productions. Whether he's performing at SEASPAR's annual Holiday Spectacular, music recitals, or an Actors Guild play, Jackson commands the spotlight with high-energy theatrics. His dynamic presence is attuned to Hollywood's most iconic stars who, like Jackson, were born to entertain.
Jackson's best role to date is as a friend. It should come as no surprise that Jackson is beloved by many at SEASPAR. While at SEASPAR events, you'll find Jackson working the room, making his rounds from person to person, spreading kindness wherever and with whomever chooses to accept it. Even strangers have benefited from his amity, which would be concerning if not for Jackson's innate ability to project sincerity and bring the warmth out in anyone.
Acting and friendship come from the heart – and the heart is always on! The camera loves Jackson, and Jackson loves the camera. "It would be a dark day without Jackson's iconic pose," said William Cazares, SEASPAR's Marketing Coordinator, who captures photos at SEASPAR programs and events. "I'll be two steps into the room, and Jackson is already posing for the camera." His love of performance keeps on giving, resulting in many of SEASPAR's most iconic photographs and moments. His passion (and fearlessness) for the spotlight belongs on American Idol, America's Got Talent, or any other show with a camera.
We thank Jackson for being part of the SEASPAR family and this month's spotlight recipient. He deserves it! Perhaps one day, we'll switch on the television to see Jackson sharing his talent and kind personality with the world, but for now, we're thankful to have him to ourselves.