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Byline: Rod Harmon
SARASOTA -- When people think of children's theater, they tend to envision high-school plays or church productions.
But during summer at the Players Theatre of Sarasota, "children's theater" means an intense training program culminating in a public performance.
This weekend, the Players Performing Arts School Stage Door Workshop will present "Flapper," a musical comedy about the Roaring '20s, with a cast ages 7 to 21.
The production is a chance to introduce children to the performing arts while giving adults entertainment that's not unlike the quality of most community theater, said Amanda Schlachter, director of …