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MMTHEATRE.FE.102505.JEL - CARY - "You know, all the hot guys play sports and all the girls like sports but you know you meet some girls in drama too and it's alot more fun than sports. I'm not the best athlete but I'm pretty good in the head so that helps me alot," says 14-year-old Ted Harvey as he prepares for his part as the bull in Applause! Cary Youth Theatre's production of "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" at Old Cary Elementary School Tuesday evening, October 25. 2005. Rachel Green, the youth theatre coordinator, helps Harvey and other children apply makeup for their first dress rehearsal during the final week of rehearsals before their opening weekend that starts Friday, October 28, 2005..This is Harvey's second play with Applause! which casts children from age six to 18 but Harvey, who started acting in his church around fifth grade, has been in several school and church productions as well.."My mom really, really liked it when I said I liked it [acting]. My dad, you know, it took him awhile to really figure it out. He had to figure out that I really liked it alot and once he did he encouraged me," says Harvey who wants to pursue acting as a career. .When Harvey talks about drama he says that he enjoys the "adrenaline rush" but that acting has also made him more outgoing. "It's helped me on my social skills to meet new people cause tryouts, you know, you just walk up and talk in front of people you don't even know." Staff Photo by Juli Leonard

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MMTHEATRE.FE.102505.JEL - CARY - "You know, all the hot guys play sports and all the girls like sports but you know you meet some girls in drama too and it's alot more fun than sports. I'm not the best athlete but I'm pretty good in the head so that helps me alot," says 14-year-old Ted Harvey as he prepares for his part as the bull in Applause! Cary Youth Theatre's production of "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" at Old Cary Elementary School Tuesday evening, October 25. 2005.  Rachel Green, the youth theatre coordinator, helps Harvey and other children apply makeup for their first dress rehearsal during the final week of rehearsals before their opening weekend that starts Friday, October 28, 2005..This is Harvey's second play with Applause! which casts children from age six to 18 but Harvey, who started acting in his church around fifth grade, has been in several school and church productions as well.."My mom really, really liked it when I said I liked it [acting]. My dad, you know, it took him awhile to really figure it out. He had to figure out that I really liked it alot and once he did he encouraged me," says Harvey who wants to pursue acting as a career. .When Harvey talks about drama he says that he enjoys the "adrenaline rush" but that acting has also made him more outgoing.  "It's helped me on my social skills to meet new people cause tryouts, you know, you just walk up and talk in front of people you don't even know."  Staff Photo by Juli Leonard