Drama guild closes summer workshop with Norco expose

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August 08, 2007 at 10:08 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

SHOW YOUR OTHER SIDE. Shelbi Berthelot, Harlie Kinler and Cheyenne Ortiz pictured from left to right put on their best acting mask for the River Region Drama Guild’s performance at the River Region Performing Arts Center in Norco. The act marked the end o
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SHOW YOUR OTHER SIDE. Shelbi Berthelot, Harlie Kinler and Cheyenne Ortiz pictured from left to right put on their best acting mask for the River Region Drama Guild’s performance at the River Region Performing Arts Center in Norco. The act marked the end o
The River Region Drama Guild concluded its 2007 Summer Theatre Workshop on Aug. 2 with a performance at the River Region Performing Arts and Cultural Center in Norco.

The program was directed by Henry Sorbet who was assisted by Sara Tweedy, Amie St. Germain and Brian Martinez.

The guild will hold a Theatre Workshop for adults 18 and older beginning Tuesday Aug. 28 through Sept. 20 for four weeks on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

The workshop will be from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Norco center located at 15146 River Road and will introduce hopefuls to the basics of acting through improvisational games and skits.

For more information, email Henry Sorbet at hsorbet@lcpa.org or call him at 504-904-1129.




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