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Stories in the spotlight at Center for the Arts

Riley Roam, left, who plays Storyologist Page Turner in Page Turner Adventures, brings audience member Nicholas Cavazza, 5, on stage to participate in the show Wednesday morning at the Center for the Arts at River Ridge. Children and parents  watched the "The Great Pizza Contest", a story that made them citizens of Mozarella working to help "Mayor Ann Chovi" end a long running feud and decide who makes the best pizza in town. This is the first summer that the Center for the Arts has remained open for performances, a drama camp and movie nights.

BRENDAN FITTERER | Times

Riley Roam, left, who plays Storyologist Page Turner in Page Turner Adventures, brings audience member Nicholas Cavazza, 5, on stage to participate in the show Wednesday morning at the Center for the Arts at River Ridge. Children and parents watched the "The Great Pizza Contest", a story that made them citizens of Mozarella working to help "Mayor Ann Chovi" end a long running feud and decide who makes the best pizza in town. This is the first summer that the Center for the Arts has remained open for performances, a drama camp and movie nights.

BRENDAN FITTERER | Times

Riley Roam, left, who plays storyologist Page Turner in Page Turner Adventures, brings audience member Nicholas Cavazza, 5, on stage to participate in the show Wednesday morning at the Center for the Arts at River Ridge in New Port Richey. Kids and parents watched the "The Great Pizza Contest," a story that made them citizens of Mozzarella working to help "Mayor Ann Chovi" end a long-running feud by deciding who makes the best pizza in town. This is the first summer that the Center for the Arts has remained open for performances, a drama camp and movie nights.

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