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During a game of "Boo!" 9-year-old Greenbrook resident Stella Guido wins an a contest of who can act "death by seagull" best.

Children 'act up' at summer camp in Lakewood Ranch

Thursday, Jul. 9, 2020 |

During a game of "Boo!" 9-year-old Greenbrook resident Stella Guido wins an a contest of who can act "death by seagull" best.

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McNeal Elementary School's Charlotte Nickell, 8 learns how having focus as an actor gives presence on stage. It is demonstrated through the task of first standing idly, and then counting something in front of an audience.

Thursday, Jul. 9, 2020 |

McNeal Elementary School's Charlotte Nickell, 8 learns how having focus as an actor gives presence on stage. It is demonstrated through the task of first standing idly, and then counting something in front of an audience.

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The Players Centre for Performing Arts' Production Manager Alyssa Goudy says it is important for actors to pay attention to other performers on stage, to focus and to make eye contact with one another.

Thursday, Jul. 9, 2020 |

The Players Centre for Performing Arts' Production Manager Alyssa Goudy says it is important for actors to pay attention to other performers on stage, to focus and to make eye contact with one another.

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Lakewood Ranch's Garrett Onstad counts screws in the pavilion at Bob Gardner Park to better understand how having something to do in front of an audience is less awkward.

Thursday, Jul. 9, 2020 |

Lakewood Ranch's Garrett Onstad counts screws in the pavilion at Bob Gardner Park to better understand how having something to do in front of an audience is less awkward.

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Lakewood Ranch 9-year-old Cora Kovatch, center, pretends to bounce a basketball to another camper.

Thursday, Jul. 9, 2020 |

Lakewood Ranch 9-year-old Cora Kovatch, center, pretends to bounce a basketball to another camper.

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Camper Ben Armstrong, of Sarasota, turns a pretend basketball into another object before passing it to another camper. The game taught the importance of eye contact and focus.

Thursday, Jul. 9, 2020 |

Camper Ben Armstrong, of Sarasota, turns a pretend basketball into another object before passing it to another camper. The game taught the importance of eye contact and focus.

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The Players Centre for Performing Arts' studio administrator Logan Junkins pretends to hula hoop after a camper passes it to him.

Thursday, Jul. 9, 2020 |

The Players Centre for Performing Arts' studio administrator Logan Junkins pretends to hula hoop after a camper passes it to him.

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