Elementary students invited to build performance skills at three-week workshop


TULARE – Young actors and singers will have an opportunity to learn and perform the adventure story of Disney’s 101 Dalmatians Kids during the Theatre Company’s third annual Summer Camp. Open to students grades 1-6, the Summer Camp program will help young performers develop their stage skills through three weeks of performance training. 

“The Theatre Company is very excited to once again create a summer camp, this time featuring 101 Dalmatians Kids,” said Theatre Company Director Bethany Rader. “This show has been part of our OnStage touring production for many years, so we’re looking forward to taking a fresh new perspective with it here at home. We hope the kids who come to join us look forward to having fun exploring a beloved Disney classic.” 

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The Summer Camp will be conducted by Bethany Rader and Theatre Company On-Stage directors Andres Garcia and Karly Butler-Shirk. The team will work with the participants on refining their voice, dance and acting skills. 

The Theatre Company Summer Camp will be held Monday-Friday, June 11-29 from 9 to 11 a.m. The program will culminate with a performance of 101 Dalmatians Kids on June 29 at 7 p.m. The Summer Camp will be held in the Elderwood Room at Tulare County Office of Education’s Doe Avenue complex. The cost of the Summer Camp is $100 per student. Registration is due June 4. For registration information, visit tcoe.org/TheatreCo, or contact the Theatre Company at 559-651-1482. 

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