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PHOTOS: TES drama club performs ‘A Bad Case of Stripes’

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Taylorsville Elementary School’s Fall Drama Club recently performed ‘A Bad Case of Stripes’ —   which tells the story of Camilla Cream, who’s obsession with what other people think of her causes her to break out in stripes. The presentation included third through fifth grade students. Pictured above are expert doctors played by Joe Tobaben and Audrey Hickerson. They are working to find out what is causing Camilla’s stripes. Camilla was played by Ella Steers.


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