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Starshine Theater to Present Summer Camp Production

Starshine Theater of Great Falls is enrolling student actors, singers and dancers, ages 6 through 19, for its 20th annual summer camp production. This July, the student cast presents the original musical drama, "The Dragons of Darkmoor: How Magic Came Into The World." Excellent roles for both boys and girls are still available. The show is accepting teen "actor-mentor" applicants for those entering seventh through 12th grade; these students assist younger cast members during rehearsals while enjoying a challenging character role in the show. The script has been designed to include a great dramatic character role for every participating student, plus singing and dance/action leads for those interested. A unique aspect about Starshine Theater's productions: During each rehearsal cycle, the students participate in a professional recording session and record their vocals onto the original musical score. A copy of the CD soundtrack is included in the student's workshop fee. The camp is a combination of work and fun, with outdoor sports and game activities during each rehearsal day. Starshine Theater Camp rehearses July 8-19 in Great Falls; the students will perform their play at The Great Falls Grange Theater on Saturday, July 20.

Info: Pat Green Budwig, M.A., play director, 703-790-9050 or Pat@StarshineTheater.com.