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April 6, 2008

Classically Colossal Comic Book Capers

Filed under: Back Stage Blog — julianw @ 8:19 pm

Charleston Stage’s TheatreSchool weekly spring classes ended this week with a “BAM” or a “KABAM” to be exact. Taught by members of Charleston Stage’s Resident Professional Acting Company, more than 100 kids took the stage to present Classically Colossal Comic Book Capers. (The Theatre School theme this session.) These imaginative and creative young performers used the comic strip format to create their own amazing comic book capers —they wrote the scripts themselves. These Mini-extravaganzas (some of which could rival such blockbusters as Spiderman and Batman, were presented for an audience of family and friends. Here’s a glimpse of these young super heroes and villains from the kindergarden and first grade class performing their original works. Scenes include a party of evil villains dancing to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and a scene from You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown . Registration for Fall 2008 Classes begins on April 15,2008. Visit the Classes Section (under Education) on our website.


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