This is Maddie Lukomski's 14th play. She's 13-year-old and talks about character depth and humor.
"Just acting someone out entirely different than I am. I just get so much joy in that," said Lukomski.
Maddie is just one of a hundred student actors that the Dakota Academy of Performing Arts produces each year.
"Such a rewarding process to be a part of it because we find the script for these kids and then hundreds show up for auditions. We are burdened with the task of who's going to be in the particular show," said co-director Bob Wendland.
From lighting and sound to choreography, these actors literally leave their hearts on the stage.
"All the people involved with it, the directors Molly and Bob, and all the kids in the cast they really make it an awesome show," said student actor Michael Sulaiman.
The Tale of Snow White begins this Thursday night. Two of the five shows are already sold out.
"You need to come and see the show because of the children involved," said co-director Molly Wilson. "They are phenomenal. They make our job easy. We love coming here. We get hugs everyday, and the kids are so talented."
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