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Drama Camp Coming To SCCC/ATS
05/26/2010

Broadway Academy of Performing, a kid’s theatre camp, is now accepting registrations. The camp dates will be June 5 – 12th at Seward County Community College/ Area technical School. Kids ages 11-18 are eligible. The campers will arrive the afternoon of the 5th, audition and rehearse all week for this year’s production of Into The Woods, by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine. Broadway Academy of Performing is now in its 13th year, and this is the 2nd year at SCCC/ATS.

The campers of Broadway Academy of Performing consist of residents from the five state area. While in rehearsal, they are directed by professionals in the music, dance and theatre industries, including the Drama Director for SCCC, Alison Bridget Chambers. Campers will live on campus and eat in the cafeteria while preparing for the performance. Past productions include Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, A Chorus Line, Bye Bye Birdie and Wizard of Oz.

The production will be in the Showcase Theatre on the SCCC/ATS campus on June 12th at 2:00pm. Reservations not required. Tickets are $6 and $8.

Broadway Academy of Performing is sponsored by Gypsy Theatre Company, Inc. and SCCC/ATS. For information on enrollment or a brochure, call Alison Bridget Chambers at (620)417-1460 or email gypsytheatrecompany@yahoo.com.

Into the Woods is licensed by MTI.

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