Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre performer Emily Alvarado gets some help from Del Mar Elementary School students during a dance segment in the program’s play, “The Best Me,” to help kids focus on helathy lifestyles, held at the Fresno Unified school in September 2016. In the play, performers took roles as everyday kids, using audience interaction, comedy, music and dance to promote the importance of healthy eating, exercise and limiting television, computer and game screen time.
Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre performer Emily Alvarado gets some help from Del Mar Elementary School students during a dance segment in the program’s play, “The Best Me,” to help kids focus on helathy lifestyles, held at the Fresno Unified school in September 2016. In the play, performers took roles as everyday kids, using audience interaction, comedy, music and dance to promote the importance of healthy eating, exercise and limiting television, computer and game screen time. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file
Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre performer Emily Alvarado gets some help from Del Mar Elementary School students during a dance segment in the program’s play, “The Best Me,” to help kids focus on helathy lifestyles, held at the Fresno Unified school in September 2016. In the play, performers took roles as everyday kids, using audience interaction, comedy, music and dance to promote the importance of healthy eating, exercise and limiting television, computer and game screen time. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file

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