Nia O’Briant (left), 11, watches Glenn Green (right), 11, as he acts out his part in the Mulan Jr. play at rehearsal Wednesday. The Emily K. Center hosts a drama camp each summer and students in grades 2-8 participate in the play. Nearly 50 students in the camp will participate in Friday and Saturday’s play. Mulan Jr. will be similar to the 1998 Disney movie “Mulan.”
Nia O’Briant (left), 11, watches Glenn Green (right), 11, as he acts out his part in the Mulan Jr. play at rehearsal Wednesday. The Emily K. Center hosts a drama camp each summer and students in grades 2-8 participate in the play. Nearly 50 students in the camp will participate in Friday and Saturday’s play. Mulan Jr. will be similar to the 1998 Disney movie “Mulan.” jalexander@newsobserver.com
Nia O’Briant (left), 11, watches Glenn Green (right), 11, as he acts out his part in the Mulan Jr. play at rehearsal Wednesday. The Emily K. Center hosts a drama camp each summer and students in grades 2-8 participate in the play. Nearly 50 students in the camp will participate in Friday and Saturday’s play. Mulan Jr. will be similar to the 1998 Disney movie “Mulan.” jalexander@newsobserver.com

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