ARVADA, CO -- The Arvada Center’s Junior Drama Camp B participants will present Fractured Fairy Tales
based upon “The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show” on Sunday, Aug. 11 at 7:00 p.m. in the Center’s indoor theater. Junior Drama Camp B is the second summer session of this fun-filled, three-week workshop for 8-to 11-year-olds.
Fractured Fairy Tales is not your ordinary fairy tale; it has a special twist full of wit and irony. These fairy tales will be adapted by the drama camp students specifically based on their own interests and imagination of what the characters they are playing might be like. The individuality portrayed will make this performance distinct from the Drama Camp A’s performance of Fractured Fairy Tales that took place in June.
The Junior Drama Camp is in its 15th year at the Arvada Center. To prepare for the performance, directors Kevin Craft and Lisa Mumpton are focusing on exploration, creativity, teamwork and stage skills in this summer’s camp.
The Arvada Center’s drama camp performances are a perfect way for children and adults to enjoy inexpensive and entertaining theater. During the performance, both children and adults can relax and appreciate a light-hearted show full of spontaneity.
Drama camp performances are open to the public for an admission fee of only $1 and are held on the main stage of the Arvada Center theater. Tickets can be purchased at the door the evening of the performance. For further information about drama camps or the show, contact the Arvada Center box office at 303-431-3939.
The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities is the metro area’s 12th largest cultural attraction, devoted to all aspects of the arts. Located two and a half miles north of Interstate 70 on Wadsworth, the Arvada Center is just a short 20-minute drive from downtown Denver. For more information call the Arvada Center box office at 303-431-3939 or visit the Center’s website at www.arvadacenter.org. For media requests, contact Kristin Stork, director of media relations, at 303-431-3962 or email@example.com.