Ten years ago, the Aberdeen Arts Council decided it would be a great thing for the community if they could have a children’s play every year. They contacted Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) and paid two of their professional directors to come to Aberdeen, hold rehearsals for a week, and put on “Jack in the Beanstock” at the end of the week. They called it a Drama Camp.
About 25 kids participated in this production. After three years of hiring MCT, the Aberdeen Arts Council decided to save some money and put on the camp without outside help. Amanda Dancliff first directed …
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