Oral Interpretation

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Group oral interpretation is a choral recitation of a poem or story.  The group of children, 4th-6th graders, learn creative movement to enhance the delivery of the often humorous story.  At times there are opportunities for smaller group or solo break-out parts.  The performance has taken place the last few years at Clark’s Mercedes Edwards Theater in February.  

Everyone interested in joining is welcome.  There are no auditions.  All the children learn the appreciation of literature interpretation, oral language and the skills it requires, and working together as a group.  They also have a lot of fun along the way.  Rehearsals are twice a week before school. 

 2017 Information TBA