'Frog Prince' delights students at Cambria Grammar School

cambrian@thetribunenews.comOctober 3, 2013 

Students at Cambria Grammar School enjoyed a performance of ‘The Frog Prince’ on Friday, Sept. 27. Front two rows: first-grade class. Back row, cast and crew, from left to right: Melanie Gruber, Mackenna Perryman, Tony Costa, Jan Callner (director), Kasady Riley, Cody Flammer, Mary Schwalbe and Angelo Procopio.


‘The Frog Prince,’ an original adaptation of the Grimms’ fairy tale, hopped on over to the Cambria Grammar School on Friday for a presentation to the school’s 350 students.

The school PTA sponsored the production, which recently finished its run at the Cambria Center for the Arts’ Theatre for Young Audiences.

Jan Callner has been appointed director of the youth theater, which is scheduling productions for 2014

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