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Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Musical Theater will hold its final performance Tuesday at the Barn in the Park in Troy. During the summer camp children first through 12th grades were able to learn the basics of acting, singing, dance and stagecraft. The Musical Theater is finishing up its third session under the direction of Sonja Hyer, assistant director Becca O’Brien and music director Katie Swank. “It’s a great experience for them,” O’Brien said. The Musical Theater will present “Mary Poppins,” with less than 30 hours of rehearsal Tuesday at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., both free at the Barn in the Park.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News The Musical Theater will hold its final performance Tuesday at the Barn in the Park in Troy. During the summer camp children were able to learn the basics of acting, singing, dance and stagecraft. From left, Jaiden Flory portrays “Mr. Banks,” Ellie Arnold portrays “Michael,” Sienna Boblitt portrays “Jane,” Camille Scribner portrays “Bert,” and Sydney Edington portrays Mary Poppins. The Musical Theater will present “Mary Poppins” on Tuesday at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., both free at the Barn in the Park.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Musical Theater will hold its final performance Tuesday at the Barn in the Park in Troy. During the summer camp children first through 12th grades were able to learn the basics of acting, singing, dance and stagecraft. The Musical Theater is finishing up its third session under the direction of Sonja Hyer, assistant director Becca O’Brien and music director Katie Swank. “It’s a great experience for them,” O’Brien said. The Musical Theater will present “Mary Poppins,” with less than 30 hours of rehearsal Tuesday at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., both free at the Barn in the Park.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

The Musical Theater will hold its final performance Tuesday at the Barn in the Park in Troy. During the summer camp children were able to learn the basics of acting, singing, dance and stagecraft. From left, Jaiden Flory portrays “Mr. Banks,” Ellie Arnold portrays “Michael,” Sienna Boblitt portrays “Jane,” Camille Scribner portrays “Bert,” and Sydney Edington portrays Mary Poppins. The Musical Theater will present “Mary Poppins” on Tuesday at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., both free at the Barn in the Park.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Musical Theater will hold its final performance Tuesday at the Barn in the Park in Troy. During the summer camp children first through 12th grades were able to learn the basics of acting, singing, dance and stagecraft. The Musical Theater is finishing up its third session under the direction of Sonja Hyer, assistant director Becca O’Brien and music director Katie Swank. “It’s a great experience for them,” O’Brien said. The Musical Theater will present “Mary Poppins,” with less than 30 hours of rehearsal Tuesday at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., both free at the Barn in the Park.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_150716aw_Mary_Poppins_1.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Musical Theater will hold its final performance Tuesday at the Barn in the Park in Troy. During the summer camp children first through 12th grades were able to learn the basics of acting, singing, dance and stagecraft. The Musical Theater is finishing up its third session under the direction of Sonja Hyer, assistant director Becca O’Brien and music director Katie Swank. “It’s a great experience for them,” O’Brien said. The Musical Theater will present “Mary Poppins,” with less than 30 hours of rehearsal Tuesday at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., both free at the Barn in the Park.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News The Musical Theater will hold its final performance Tuesday at the Barn in the Park in Troy. During the summer camp children were able to learn the basics of acting, singing, dance and stagecraft. From left, Jaiden Flory portrays “Mr. Banks,” Ellie Arnold portrays “Michael,” Sienna Boblitt portrays “Jane,” Camille Scribner portrays “Bert,” and Sydney Edington portrays Mary Poppins. The Musical Theater will present “Mary Poppins” on Tuesday at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., both free at the Barn in the Park.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_150716aw_Mary_Poppins_2.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News The Musical Theater will hold its final performance Tuesday at the Barn in the Park in Troy. During the summer camp children were able to learn the basics of acting, singing, dance and stagecraft. From left, Jaiden Flory portrays “Mr. Banks,” Ellie Arnold portrays “Michael,” Sienna Boblitt portrays “Jane,” Camille Scribner portrays “Bert,” and Sydney Edington portrays Mary Poppins. The Musical Theater will present “Mary Poppins” on Tuesday at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., both free at the Barn in the Park.
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