Magical play staged by theater camp kids
The Morgan Arts Council’s (MAC) two-week youth theater camp project is completed with a staged performance of the magical fantasy, Aladdin Abracadabra set in a mythical Arabian bazaar. Public is welcome to attend shows on Friday, July 20 at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday, July 21 at 2 p.m. at Berkeley Springs High School. There are no reservations; tickets are available at the door.
Thirty-four children from ages five to 14 have been learning a wide range of stage skills including acting techniques, dancing and music.
Several young people, including former campers, are working with the camp to help in their specialties ranging from choreography to music.
Partial funding for the Ice House Youth Theater Camp is provided by the West Virginia Commission on the Arts. “We had several generous donors for the earlier Film Camp,” said Jeanne Mozier, MAC’s fundraising chair. “Funds we did not need for scholarships then, we used for the theater camp.”
For further information, call MAC at 304-258-2300.