HUNTINGTON -- Things certainly are getting H.O.T. at Huntington High School this week, where the Huntington Outdoor Theatre is hosting its Summer Performing Arts Camp.
The camp, which began on Monday, will run through Friday, July 19.
The camp offers performers the chance to sharpen their skills in acting, music and dance under the instruction of Helen Freeman, Mark Smith and Kerri Stambaugh.
Freeman, who is the founder and director of H.O.T., announced this is the final season for the summer performances, which she founded 20 years ago.
The final season of H.O.T. features performances of the musical "Hairspray" at 8:30 p.m. Friday through Sunday July 19-21 and July 26-28 at Huntington's Ritter Park Amphitheater.
Admission is $15, $13 for both seniors (65+) and kids (5-12), and kids ages 5 and younger get in for free. Groups of 20 tickets or more are $12 per ticket.
Advance tickets can be purchased at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena box office, and tickets are also available at the gate.
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