Texas 4-H Theater & Performing Arts Project

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In the 4-H leadership project you will learn leadership principles, help plan 4-H programs, and recruit new members.

Overview

In theater and performance arts, 4-H members may participate in skits through acting, or showcase other talents such as vocal performance, play an instrument, dance, read poetry, conduct puppetry…and more!

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Cory Hundl
Extension Program Specialist

Through theater and performance arts, 4-H members will develop a spirit of cooperation, develop self-confidence through public performance, discover and develop their talents, and grow socially, culturally, and develop their leadership skills. But most importantly, theater and performance arts is about HAVING FUN!

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