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City Theatre cooks up a musical

Loeb PhotoAs City Theatre gears up for its 15th anniversary Summer Shorts festival in Miami in June, the company is focusing on something not-so-short for July.

Working from an idea by City producing artistic director Stephanie Norman, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Lisa Loeb and playwright Marco Ramirez are collaborating on the new musical Camp Kappawanna.  The show tells the story of 12-year-old Jennifer Jenkins, who is going away to summer camp, thus leaving home for the first time.

The family-oriented show is to debut July 1-3 at Nova Southeastern University (exact details to come), but you can get a sneak peek this Sunday at a family fun day sponsored by Temple Dor Dorim, 2360 Glades Circle in Weston.  Pizza (at $2 a slice) and an art contest happen at 11 a.m., with the free preview at noon. The event is open to the public.

For more info on City Theatre, visit the company's web site.

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