October 30, 2014

Art camp students perform during open house showcase

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Baby bird, played by Addison Ryan, asks a cow played by Emma Banning if she is her mother during the play "Are You My Mother?"
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A student is lifted into the air during the performing arts students' dance performance.
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During the play "Wolfgang's New Friend," Penny, played by Olivia Whyte, runs into Wolfgang and Moe, played by Olivia Verdusco and Madison DeWyse, while on her way to drop off cookies and money to her grandmother.
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Wolfgang and Moe are taken away by security guards Brianna Morley and Alison Hardy, after trying to steal Penny's grandmother's money.
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Wolfgang and Moe pretend to be friendly visitors as they dupe grandma, played by Skylar Nappier.
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Savanna Decker, playing the mother, gives Penny, played by Olivia Whyte, money and cookies to drop off at her grandmother's place.
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Students sing "Home Sweet Home" between plays.
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Baby bird, played by Addison Ryan, asks mother dog Trinity Biggs if she is her mother. Emily Niedzwiecki, playing the puppy, tells her, "No. She is my mother."
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Baby Bird, played by Addison Ryan, asks a chicken, played by Olivia Ryan, if she is her mother during the play "Are You My Mother?"
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Students who participated in the performing arts classes during youth art camp during the Northeast Michigan Arts Council's annual camp performed two short plays, sang songs and did a dance number July 25. The students' performance was at the art center during an end-of-camp open house, where students' drawing and art work was also on display.

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