Frankly Speaking – Hugh Copeland – The Hurrah Players perform in Hertford

Hurrah Players

The famed Hurrah Players will bring their talent to the Perquimans County High School on Saturday, Appropriately, they will be presenting Disney’s very popular, “High School Musical.”

September 5, 2008
High School Musical at PCHS
7pm $17 adults/$10 children 12 and under.
Benefits PCRA projects Tickets Chamber, NBWH
252-426-7567

Huge Copeland of Belvidere, found and director of the nationally recognized family theater, is our guest on Frankly Speaking. Give a listen and find out still more about the play that has thrilled critics and fans.
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September 5
High School Musical at PCHS
7pm $17 adults/$10 children 12 and under.
Benefits PCRA projects Tickets Chamber, NBWH
252-426-7567

Dedicated to the idea of learning by doing, the Hurrah Players provides a joyous learning experience for children of all ages. Classes include acting, dancing, singing, musical theatre and stage craft, all of which serve to build artistic and creative skills.

This instruction is then translated into a hands-on educational experience through the mounting of four main-stage productions per season. Students have the opportunity to join in these productions, fulfilling their personal dreams and carrying the audience to their own “dream” state.

Hurrah Players was created by Hugh Copeland, a Perquimans County native, in 1984 to train young actors and put them on stage in full Broadway-style productions. The group is based in Norfolk, Va.

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