Expanded Artstrek still has a few spaces

Artstrek will be bigger than ever this summer.

Artstrek will be bigger than ever this summer.

Enrolment in the provincial theatre camp for teens at Red Deer College has been expanded by 30 per cent this summer to meet increasing demand — and it’s almost sold out.

This year, Artstrek will feature the musical Fiddler on the Roof.

Students will discuss the beloved musical’s themes while exploring acting, voice, movement, directing, design, and collaboration with professional theatre artists and educators from across Alberta.

The Exploration I camp for students age 13 and 14 runs July 7 to 12; Exploration II for 15 and 16-year-olds runs July 14 to 19; and Exploration III for students 17 and 19 runs July 21 to 27.

More information about the residential Artstrek camps is available art www.theatrealberta.com or by calling 780-422-8162 or 1-888-422-8160 toll-free.

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