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LISA KROSNICKI, ACTRIZ PROFESIONAL Y DIRECTORA DE FACE 2 FACE SUMMER CAMP, NOS ABRE LAS PUERTAS A ESTE CAMPAMENTO DE TEATRO 2017 Y COMPARTE LOS TEMAS DE CADA SEMANA BASADOS EN LOS LIBROS MARAVILLOSOS DEL ESCRITOR BRITANICO, ROALD DAHL.

 

“A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.”

– Willy Wonka, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, Roald Dahl

 

This year’s theme for Face 2 Face Summer Camp is Roald Dahl!

Come along with us this summer as we discover the adventurous and imaginative worlds of Roald Dahl’s marvelous stories!  Each week, we will explore one of his most popular books.

 

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Week 1:   James and the Giant Peach

Week 2:   Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Week 3:   Matilda

Week 4:   The Witches, Georges Marvelous Medicine & The Twits

Week 5:   The BFG

Join us for a little nonsense and a lot of fun at this years Summer Camp at the Galileo Theatre!

 

¡EMPIEZA LA CUENTA ATRAS!

 

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Here’s a bit more information about the Best Summer Camp Director – IN THE WORLD:

Hi, I’m Lisa.  I grew up in a small town in Wisconsin, where I loved playing outdoors, swimming in the summertime and sledding in the wintertime.  I moved to Spain because the people are so nice, the food is delicious and the sun is always shining.  I have a 6 year old son who is clever and cute and I love being his mom.  I also love my job!  I teach theatre to kids… what could be better?

 

 

Primera Semana: James And The Giant Peach, leido por Lisa Krosnicki:

James Peach image3Four pairs of round black glassy eyes were all fixed upon James.

The Centipede made a wriggling movement with his body as though he were about to glide off the sofa — but he didn’t.

There was a long pause — and a long silence.

The Spider (who happened to be a female spider) opened her mouth and ran a long black tongue delicately over her lips.
“Aren’t you hungry?” she asked suddenly, leaning forward and addressing herself to James.
Poor James was backed up against the far wall, shivering with fright and much too terrified to answer.

 

 

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