Fifty-six area youths, from rising first through rising ninth grade, discovered the theater world during Farragut High School’s Admirals Performing Arts
Company drama camp in Farragut High School from Monday, July 26 through Friday, July 30.
Eighteen high school counselors helped the campers learn about musical theater, characterization, tech (behind-the-scenes work) and improv.
“The attitude is so nice,” Theater Arts Boosters president Angie Liske said.
“(The camp is) really a great way to get funds for the department,” FHS theater teacher Anthony Wooley said, adding there were more campers this year.
“I think everyone is glad to get out and do something,” he added.
The camp ended with campers’ performances for family members and friends in the school’s Lovada P. Ferguson Theatre.