If you have a kid who is interested in the performing arts in any capacity, you need to know about an upcoming workshop in Anaconda with the Open Theatre Project.  The following is from a press release from Sue Konicek:

The Open Theatre is now accepting registration for a SUMMER MUSICAL THEATRE WORKSHOP which will be held in Anaconda from July 10 to July 21 with a performance on Friday the 21st at noon. This half-day performing arts workshop is a fun filled introduction to the world of musical theatre. It is a great opportunity for kids who are interested in learning about, and being a part of, a live musical theatre  performance. In addition to taking part in creative games and exercises designed to excite the imagination and spur creativity, participants will learn about vocal performance and musical performance techniques as well as rehearse and perform a short musical production. The production, which will be performed on the last day of camp, will involve singing and musical theatre dance. This showcase performance will highlight the talent and abilities of the participants while giving them a taste of just what is involved in being a part of a theatrical production. 

The Theatre Half-Day Camp is open for rising 3rd graders and older will run 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Monday through Friday at the Copper Village Arts Center and Museum (401 E. Commercial). Registration forms are available on the Young People’s Open Theatre Facebook page and also available at the Copper Village Arts Center. Call 406 533 5269 for more information.

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