Family Fun
April 2, 2013 • 09:34:29 a.m.

Young actors stage short story production

ST. CHARLES - Vero Voce School of Performing Arts in St. Charles presents its Youth Theatre production of “An Evening of Short Stories.”

Performances will take place at 6 p.m. Saturdays, April 6 and 13, and at 3 p.m. Sundays April 7 and 14. The production will be staged in the Vero Voce Black Box Theatre, 951 State Avenue, Suite F, in St. Charles.  Tickets are $9 and available for sale through the website: verovoce.com. Major credit cards are accepted.

The family friendly performances feature the following Youth Theatre actors: Madeline Hotham and Tori McKeehan of Batavia; Grace Dwyer, Ashley Fritz, Abageal Phelan, and Addison Zima of Geneva; and David Brown, Kaleigh Brutto, Riley Brutto, Lauren Freas, Ben Hommowun and Daniel Hommowun, all of St. Charles.
 

Vero Voce was established in 2001 specializing in private voice, piano lessons and musical theatre coaching.  It includes a 5,000 square foot facility with multiple studios, classrooms, and a black box theatre at 951 State Avenue, Suite F, in Saint Charles. More information about this program and the many other offerings at Vero Voce can be obtained by visiting the website: verovoce.com, or calling (630) 584-0139.


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