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!

Contact

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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