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During a acting workshop Danielle DePaul, 14, left, plays the part of an angel and Holly Frendberg, 13, right, has the role of the devil, tests the conscience of Chloe Phillips, 14, who is indecisive about stealing a candy bar from a store on Tuesday, June 24, 2014. The Live Oak Theatre Company founded by Randi Olsen, a non-profit theatre group hosts their 5th Annual Performing Arts Camp held at the Faith Evangelical Presbyterian in Brooksville. The theatre camp is open to ages 7 to 18 where they learned various elements of producing a musical theatre production such as vocal technique, song interpretation, stage make-up, auditioning and acting skills. The theatre camp was held on June 23rd that ran through the 27th. "We're building leaders by learning teamwork and skills here at the Live Oak Theatre Summer Camp," said Vince Vanni, Live Oak Theatre faculty. "What Live Oak is all about is family friendly theatre."

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During a acting workshop Danielle DePaul, 14, left, plays the part of an angel and Holly Frendberg, 13, right, has the role of the devil, tests the conscience of Chloe Phillips, 14, who is indecisive about stealing a candy bar from a store on Tuesday, June 24, 2014. The Live Oak Theatre Company founded by Randi Olsen, a non-profit theatre group hosts their 5th Annual Performing Arts Camp held at the Faith Evangelical Presbyterian in Brooksville. The theatre camp is open to ages 7 to 18 where they learned various elements of producing a musical theatre production such as vocal technique, song interpretation, stage make-up, auditioning and acting skills. The theatre camp was held on June 23rd that ran through the 27th. "We're building leaders by learning teamwork and skills here at the Live Oak Theatre Summer Camp," said Vince Vanni, Live Oak Theatre faculty. "What Live Oak is all about is family friendly theatre."

OCTAVIO JONES | Times

Danielle DePaul, 14, left, plays the part of an angel and Holly Frendberg, 13, right, is the devil during an acting workshop Tuesday at Live Oak Theatre Company's fifth annual Performing Arts Camp at the Faith Evangelical Presbyterian in Brooksville. The two are testing the conscience of Chloe Phillips, 14, who is indecisive about stealing a candy bar from a store. The Live Oak Theatre Company is a nonprofit group founded by Randi Olsen. The theater camp, open to ages 7 to 18, teaches participants various elements of producing a musical theater production, such as vocal technique, song interpretation, stage makeup, auditioning and acting skills. The camp started Monday and ran through today. "We're building leaders by learning teamwork and skills here at the Live Oak Theatre Summer Camp," said Vince Vanni, a Live Oak Theatre faculty member. "What Live Oak is all about is family-friendly theater."

Moral conundrum 06/26/14 [Last modified: Thursday, June 26, 2014 3:50pm]

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