Wednesday July 6th, 2022 6:19PM

Flowery Branch theater group's summer camp just around the corner

By Staff
FLOWERY BRANCH - A Flowery Branch theater group's summer camp for 6- to 16-year-olds is just around the corner.

Fifth Row Center will host the camp, the fourth annual, July 9-13 at Sterling On the Lake.

Organizers say campers will experience stage and special effects make-up, juggling, singing for the stage, acting for the stage, stage combat, a brand-new "acting for film" class, and many other theater-related classes taught by trained professionals. The week will end with a camper-filled performance.

Half-day ($165) and Full-day ($225) sessions are available.

For more information, registration forms, or teacher biographies, visit website at or email [email protected]
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