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Updated: April 3, 2020 @ 5:19 pm
AEP and the National Theatre for Children partnered up to educate students at Carthage Primary about electricity safety.
Kayla Summers holds a “danger, high voltage” sign while performing in “The Safety Circus” at Carthage Primary.
SWEPCO partnered with the National Theatre for Children to put on a play all about electricity safety for the Carthage Primarty students Tuesday morning.
LinDell and Summers teach children about electricity through theater Tuesday morning.
Riley LinDell, playing Harriet the Bearded Lady, reminds students to always play it safe around electricity.
LinDell plays a bear trainer while teaching Summers' character about how electricity how to identify dangerous electrical situations.
First grader Taiva George comes on stage to help Summers’ character toward the end of the play.
Riley LinDell plays the safety inspector quizzing Summers' character about electricity safety.
Sully Sullivan, played by Kayla Summers, and Louis the Lightning Bug, played by Riley LinDell, perform in a play about electricity safety at Carthage Primary.
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Actors from the National Theatre for Children visited Carthage Primary Tuesday morning in co…