Acting troupe performs in Norman for summer readers
The acting troupe Rhythmically Speaking performed Monday for children participating in the Norman Public Library's Summer Reading Program. The troupe will repeat the performance at other area libraries.
NORMAN — DWe Williams and her acting troupe Rhythmically Speaking combined prose and song to perform “See a Play, Dream a Dream” for children participating in the Summer Reading Program at the Norman Public Library.
Troupe members will repeat their performance at 11 a.m. Thursday in McLoud and 2 p.m. in Tecumseh.
The performance is based on an original script written to go with the Pioneer Library System's theme for summer reading, which is “Own the Night.”
For more information about Pioneer libraries' summer program, go to www.justsoyouknow.us or contact your hometown library.
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