UNC actors learn from 6th graders

By Ashley Gunsteens

UNC Senior Bryan Burton (left) works on a "time machine" built by students at Woods Charter School. (Photo by Ashley Gunsteens)

When you think of how actors prepare for a new role, you probably picture them rehearsing their lines and practicing scenes with the other characters.

But some UNC actors have been preparing for their new gig by visiting a sixth grade science class in Chapel Hill. The UNC Department of Dramatic Art is putting on a musical called The Milford Project, and it revolves around a middle school science fair where the winner is a boy genius who invents the atomic bomb.

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