Young Peo­ple’s Theatre Pro­gram kicks off sum­mer pro­duc­tions

Cecil Whig - - & - WHIG STAFF RE­PORT

— The Young Peo­ple’s Theatre Pro­gram held its first pro­duc­tion of the sum­mer last weekend as stu­dents per­formed Jeff Fluharty’s “Hap­haz­ardly Ever Af­ter.”

The show, which was di­rected by for­mer YPTP stu­dent Bri­anna Hilliard, is the first of three pro­duc­tions the pro­gram will put on this sum­mer. Open to chil­dren age 6 to 17 years old, stu­dents will also per­form “The Princess King” at 6 p.m. July 22 and Dis­ney’s “Beauty and the Beast Jr.” at 3 p.m. Aug. 6 and 7.

Both pro­duc­tions are open

ELKTON

to the pub­lic and tick­ets are $5. The plays are per­formed at Ce­cil Col­lege’s Elkton Sta­tion Per­form­ing Arts Hall at 107 Rail­road Ave. in Elkton.

Though en­roll­ment for the “The Princess King” camp, which runs July 11 to July 22 is full, stu­dents can still reg­is­ter for the “Beauty and Beast Jr.” camp, which takes place July 25 to Aug. 5.

En­roll­ment is also open for the Theatre Camp at the Mil­burn Stone Theatre from Aug. 15 to 19. Stu­dents age 6 to 12 years old will get the chance to play fun theater games and learn prac­ti­cal skills.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit ce­cil.edu.

PHOTO COUR­TESY OF YOUNG PEO­PLE’S THEATRE PRO­GRAM

Cast mem­bers of the Young Peo­ple’s Theatre Pro­gram’s pro­duc­tion Jeff Fluharty’s “Hap­haz­ardly Ever Af­ter” per­formed the show this past weekend.

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