BAP Theatre Camp thespians to present 'Wizard of Oz' PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 11 June 2014 09:57

ABOVE: Second-year Broadway Academy Performing veteran 12-year-old Ava Howie explained the most challenging thing for her is “probably keeping a straight face,” and the best thing is “probably the costume, because it makes me feel older.” Howie is slated to portray a crow, a flying monkey and a munchkin coroner from the Lollipop Guild. She is joined by fellow crows Molli Houtz and Parker Perry.

LEFT: Musical Director Alison Chambers, left, reads the score as students practice the difficult tornado scene in the musical “Wizard of Oz.” “I would have to say the physicality is the most challenging. I have to fall all the time and roll all over the stage,” says first-time participant and Dodge City native, George Pyle, far left, who is slated to play the scarecrow. “I’m working on the walk – flopping all over the stage.”  L&T photos/Ananda Coleman

 
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