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TheatreFest! Announces 3rd summer of IMAGINE! Youth Theatre

TheatreFest!, the Summer Theatre at Lindsey Wilson College, will hold a day camp known as IMAGINE! Youth Theatre starting Tuesday, May 26 through Thursday July 23 culminating in four performances of Tuck Everlasting, based on the novel by Natalie Babbitt, with a book by Claudia Shear & Tim Federle, music by Chris Miller, and lyrics by Nathan Tysen.

IMAGINE! Youth Theatre will run Tuesday, May 26 - Thursday, July 23, from 8amCT to NoonCT in V.P Henry Auditorium meeting each week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings. The camp is open to students ages 8-18 and is $100 per student. For more information or to register your child, please visit www.theatrefest.org or contact Jeremy Cloyd at cloydj@lindsey.edu or (270) 427-6848.

"The past two summers have been an incredible experience for me, the TheatreFest! Interns, and the kids" says Associate Artistic Director Jeremy Cloyd. "With parents and students asking about this year's IMAGINE! Youth Theatre Camp, I cannot wait to get started bringing theatre to the youth of this area for the third summer."



IMAGINE! Youth Theatre will produce a play this summer alongside the regular season. IMAGINE! Will be a day camp of action packed instruction in acting, movement, and voice culminating this year in four performances of a musical adaptation of Natalie Babbitt's classic story of the Tuck family.

"This is going to be a thrilling summer for all of us" says Artistic Director Robert Brock. "With the help of some incredible interns, IMAGINE! Youth Theatre is going to be an exciting adventure for the kids from start to finish!"

The camp is set to produce the Tuck Everlasting with performances on July 23, 24, 25 at 7pmCT and 26 at 2pmCT in V.P. Henry Auditorium, 210 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY.


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