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  • Trajan Elden, left, and Finn Irwin practice a scene recently during the Whitefish Theatre Co. summer performance camp at the O’Shaughnessy Center. Participants, who are in first through third grade, learned about the different aspects of playmaking during the five-day camp. (Heidi Desch photos/Whitefish Pilot)

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    Bronwen Prew pretends to cry while holding her script during a practice session at the Whitefish Theatre Co. summer performance camp recently at the O’Shaughnessy Center. Participants wrote the play and brought it to life for the audience in one week. (Heidi Desch/Whitefish Pilot)

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    Top, during rehearsal of their scene, Ella Gripton, right, celebrates beating Hannah Szady in a game of rock-paper-scissors during the Whitefish Theatre Co. summer performance camp. Left, Bronwen Prew pretends to cry while holding her script during a practice session. The young actors learned how to collaboratively build a play from the ground up. They created a story and script for their play, rehearsed, and eventually designed scenery, props and costumes to bring the play to life.

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    Eliana Nitsberg and Tensely Connor call for the bad guy to come and get them during rehearsal of a scene during the during the Whitefish Theatre Co. summer performance camp recently at the O’Shaughnessy Center. Participants wrote the play together, and then designed their own scenery, props, and costumes to bring the play to life in a week. (Heidi Desch/Whitefish Pilot)

  • Trajan Elden, left, and Finn Irwin practice a scene recently during the Whitefish Theatre Co. summer performance camp at the O’Shaughnessy Center. Participants, who are in first through third grade, learned about the different aspects of playmaking during the five-day camp. (Heidi Desch photos/Whitefish Pilot)

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    Bronwen Prew pretends to cry while holding her script during a practice session at the Whitefish Theatre Co. summer performance camp recently at the O’Shaughnessy Center. Participants wrote the play and brought it to life for the audience in one week. (Heidi Desch/Whitefish Pilot)

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    Top, during rehearsal of their scene, Ella Gripton, right, celebrates beating Hannah Szady in a game of rock-paper-scissors during the Whitefish Theatre Co. summer performance camp. Left, Bronwen Prew pretends to cry while holding her script during a practice session. The young actors learned how to collaboratively build a play from the ground up. They created a story and script for their play, rehearsed, and eventually designed scenery, props and costumes to bring the play to life.

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    Eliana Nitsberg and Tensely Connor call for the bad guy to come and get them during rehearsal of a scene during the during the Whitefish Theatre Co. summer performance camp recently at the O’Shaughnessy Center. Participants wrote the play together, and then designed their own scenery, props, and costumes to bring the play to life in a week. (Heidi Desch/Whitefish Pilot)

Whitefish Theatre Co. recently hosted summer performance camps at the O’Shaughnessy Center.

A group of young stars, in first through third grade, participated in the week-long playmaking camp.

They learned how to collaboratively build a play from the ground up. They created a story and script for their play, rehearsed, and eventually designed scenery, props and costumes to bring the play to life.

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