The first session of the Center Theatre for the Performing Arts’ Summer Drama Camp will be performing The Fairy Tale Network by John Woodard, directed by David Murray, on Friday, July 22nd at 6pm, admission is by donation. The second session of Drama Camp, performing Totally Terrific Tale Tales, written and directed by Bobby Keniston, starts on Monday, August 1st and space is still available.
“Summer Drama Camp is our longest running program,” Said Patrick Myers, the Center Theatre’s Executive Director, “It was started by Jayne Lello, one of the founding members of the Center Theatre’s Board. It is a great experience for kids of all ages as they learn to work together on a play, make new friends, and have a lot of fun.” Camp is held weekdays from 8am to 1pm at the East Sangerville Grange with the final performance at the Center Theatre.
Anyone wishing to learn more about drama camp or enroll in the second session, can call the Center Theatre at 564-8943 or stop by during regular business hours which are 10am to 4pm, Monday through Friday. The Center Theatre is a nonprofit performing arts center dedicated to making the arts a part of life in the Maine Highlands. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the theater reopening its doors to produce affordable entertainment, arts and education.
Jonathan MacNeil tries on a mouse mask at the first session of the Center Theatre’s Childrens Summer Drama Camp