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Published: 8/2/2013 - Updated: 12 months ago


Sylvania Community Arts Commission presents annual show

The Sylvania Community Arts Commission put on the play "The Emperor's New Clothes" on Aug. 1 at Lourdes University.. The troupe is open to actors from nine to 17 years old and preforms one play annually. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

The youth cast of Enlarge | Buy This Photo The youth cast of "The Emperor's New Clothes" stands together after their performance.
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Playing the Empress, Jenine Ball, center left, swoons during her performance. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Playing the Empress, Jenine Ball, center left, swoons during her performance.
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Joe Buerk, as Captain Harry Faircloth, left, acts onstage with Megan Dona, as Princess Chloe. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Joe Buerk, as Captain Harry Faircloth, left, acts onstage with Megan Dona, as Princess Chloe.
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Joseph Ball, as the emperor, right, preforms the lead role. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Joseph Ball, as the emperor, right, preforms the lead role.
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Narrators Madison Schalk, left, and Jason Rogers, right, preform. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Narrators Madison Schalk, left, and Jason Rogers, right, preform.
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Enlarge | Buy This Photo "This is one of the loveliest activities we have in the community," Rona Simon, of Sylvania, center, said. Simon ...
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Megan Dona, playing Princess Chloe, left, acts with Joseph Ball, as the emperor. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Megan Dona, playing Princess Chloe, left, acts with Joseph Ball, as the emperor.
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Joseph Ball, playing the emperor. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Joseph Ball, playing the emperor.
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Koby Weis, playing Count De Pompu, left, presents Joseph Ball, playing the emperor. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Koby Weis, playing Count De Pompu, left, presents Joseph Ball, playing the emperor.
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