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Youth theater camp roles still open

 

June 29, 2017 | View PDF



More than 15 students will take the stage in “The Mad Adventures of Mr. Toad” on July 21 and 22 as part of the Lynn Canal Community Players Summer Youth Conservatory.

Stanley Coleman and Bill Winkley from Eugene, Org. will spend their fourth year as directors of the camp, teaching students ages 8-18 about all aspects of theater and acting.

“They put together a fabulous show every summer in that three-week time period,” LCCP’s Annette Smith said.

“The Mad Adventures of Mr. Toad” is based on the story “Wind in the Willows” by Kenneth Grahame.

Camp begins June 30, and LCCP is still looking for more participants. Cost is $275 with partial scholarships.

The half-day playmaking session for children ages 5-7 will be directed by Martha Robichaud from Baltimore, Md. and assistant Kathy Madsen. Participants will put on their own play and have small roles in “Toad.”

 
 

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