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"The improv storytelling, it really encourages the children to draw from their imaginations," Cabat said. "They stay engaged because they use the (children's) ideas to tell the story. they do a good job keeping all the ages engaged."

See a video of the performance. >>

"George Washingtano" arrived via time machine as a character at "Once upon a thyme in Rosemary", an improvisational storytelling event hosted by the Seaside Repertory Theatre.

Carter started as an intern at The REP in high school, and is now working for the summer as a company member.

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Tuesday's talent came from two college theater majors: Kaylyn Carter, a Florida State University sophomore, and Nikki Hartung, a senior at University of West Florida.

See a photo gallery of storytime. >>

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John shared memories of stories from the family's visit last year; one that featured wicked witches of the east and west, and another Reebok Fury Adapt Ivory

She said performers aim to really get the kids involved through asking questions, and also through a feature where they tell the original story in fast forward.

30 minute story time will be held every Tuesday and Friday through mid August in Rosemary Reebok Orange Sneakers

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"We usually have a base story line we come up with and ask them questions to get them involved," Hartung said. "It's a fun way to show them some theater and get them into that mood of having fun and being silly."

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Using a timekeeper from the audience, Carter and Hartung ended their performance by telling their story each in one minute, 30 second and 10 second increments.

Tuesday's talent came from two college theater majors: Kaylyn Carter, a Florida State University sophomore, and Nikki Hartung, a senior at University of West Florida.

The Cabats visit every summer from Cleveland, and make sure to attend story time when they're in the area.

with a fiddle playing grasshopper.

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Jennifer Cabat's two children, 3 year old Katherine and 6 year old John, joined about two dozen kids of all ages on the lawn to hear George Washingtano's saga, which was created using suggestions from the audience.

"George Washingtano" arrived via time machine as a character at "Once upon a thyme in Rosemary", an improvisational storytelling event hosted by the Seaside Repertory Theatre.

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"The improv storytelling, it really encourages the children to draw from their imaginations," Cabat Reebok Question Georgetown said. "They stay engaged because they use the (children's) ideas to tell the story. they do a good job keeping all the ages engaged."

The 30 minute story time will be held every Tuesday and Friday through mid August in Rosemary Beach's South Barrett Square.

"It's improv for kids, but I think it's also fun for the adults because we can appreciate their talent," Cabat said. "The talent, I'm just blown away."

ROSEMARY BEACH George Washington's brother made an appearance in Rosemary Beach Tuesday morning.

The Cabats visit every summer from Cleveland, and make sure to attend story time when they're in the area.

"It's improv for kids, but I think it's also fun for the adults because we can appreciate their talent," Cabat said. "The talent, I'm just blown away."

See a photo gallery of storytime. >>

John shared memories of stories from the family's visit last year; one that featured wicked witches of the east and west, and another with a fiddle playing grasshopper.

ROSEMARY BEACH George Washington's brother made an appearance in Rosemary Beach Tuesday morning.

"Children's theater gives you a chance to be really imaginative," she said.

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Hartung got involved with the Seaside Repertory Theatre, or "The REP", through a theater conference last summer. She said the storytelling events present an opportunity to practice a different type of theater outside of school.

Beach's South Barrett Square.

Jennifer Cabat's two children, 3 year old Katherine and 6 year old John, joined about two dozen kids of all ages on the lawn to hear George Washingtano's saga, which was created using suggestions from the audience.

See a video of the performance. >>

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