It was an interesting format. The kids started in September. That's right! One entire year on one play. They learned songs, they had some acting little lessons like projecting emotions and projecting their voices. Months and months later, they finally got a script. Each child got about five to seven lines. Emma was a viking. She was Astrid the viking and was nervous because she had to call people "losers" in the play and that just is not allowed at home. But she warmed up to it.
Emma has a great voice, and she was also able to sing a song at the beginning of the play with two other girls. They were princesses. She did great! I love Emma, and I am always so proud of her!