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Posted: Friday, April 20, 2007 10:00 pm

Since the summer of 2002, Changing Faces Theater Company has been giving students of all ages an opportunity to experience the thrill of working on stage and behind the scenes. As a sequel to the company's previous hit, "A Pirate's Tale 2: Blood Treasure" will be performed at Jessie's Grove Winery in mid-summer. In its fifth summer performing outdoors at winery, the students are taking charge with every aspect from acting to screenwriting and even coordinating the evening's dinner.

Changing Faces founder and play directory, Mike Bartram, and assistant director Sabrina Willis took time away from the stage to talk about the performance and their theatrical drive.

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