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Danielle Panabaker and a handful of celebrities made their Capitol Hill debut Thursday to advocate for increased funding for the arts. Check out this short interview from ABC News.
Danielle Panabaker, star of “Piranha 3DD” and “The Crazies,” bemoaned the cuts the arts have suffered throughout the past 20 years.
“The arts affected my childhood and the rest of my life,” she said. “The arts in education really can transform a child’s experience in school.”
Panabaker’s younger sister, Kay, is also an actress, and the two participated in community theater together growing up.
“It’s so important to invigorate and stimulate creativity,” Panabaker said. “I think it’s immensely important and what’s going to be able to propel us into the future.”
And what better place to fight for something than Washington, D.C.?
“It’s really inspiring to be here,” Panabaker said.
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