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Carlisle Regional Performing Arts Center offering virtual programming

With plans to stay closed through April 30 because of the coronavirus, the Carlisle Regional Performing Arts Center said it will be offering virtual programs to the community to build artistic engagement and education.

The first virtual engagement program is directed toward children 17 and under, and is titled “Two Minute Movies.” The program encourages all entrants to create movies of no more than 2 minutes in length. A free screening of all approved entries is planned for

Sept. 26 during the evening of Carlisle’s scheduled “Harvest of the Arts.”

The Players on High planning team will bring virtual readings of short plays for the whole family and live readings of children’s books with thoughtful lessons to discuss at home. Also, young children will be able to grow their love for music through household items with a virtual introduction to music/creative dramatics with CRPAC resident musical director Michelle Trefren.

More information on the programming can be found at www.carlisletheatre.org.

Stacy Wescoe
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