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This article examines Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) scores among university performing arts students, the role of trauma as a muse and creative outlet, and attraction to the performing arts as a result of experienced trauma. Descriptive and Chi Square analysis reveal significant concentrations of ACE scores were discovered in 3 of the 10 ACE categories for performing arts majors, specifically psychological abuse, emotional neglect, and having a family member with mental illness.doi:10.15640/jehd.v9n4a12 fatcat:ivivsyyyyvghfmokw76qk24rle