BRONXVILLE, N.Y. -- Ever wonder what happened to the fairy tale characters after the story was over? Campers in the Chapel School Explorer Program had a chance to explore the question "Where are they now?" as they produced the play "The Ever After."
The wacky comedy used the setting of a reality TV show where fairy-tale relationships are reconciled 20 years after the story people know has ended. In this unique mini-show, the prince turned back into a frog and Jiminy Cricket is now a best-selling self-help author.
"All who participated did a great job!" one staffer exclaimed.
Over the course of a week, campers explored the basics of theater and presented the play at the end of the week.
The campers participated in acting exercises and games, and learned basic stage choreography. They worked to create the set, rehearse and perform the show, which showcased the work of each student.
The Village Lutheran Church and the Chapel School are at 172 White Plains Road, in Bronxville.
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