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Treasure Island brought to life at St. Jude


February 20. 2013 12:58AM
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The Robert Louis Stevenson classic Treasure Island was brought to life for the students at St. Jude School by two members of the Hampstead Stage Company through the National Touring Childrens' Theatre in Barnstead, N.H. The tale of pirates, adventure and buried treasure featured audience participation and the professional actors portrayed the characters of Jim Hawkins, Captain Flint, Long John Silver and several more. The program was sponsored by the Parent Teacher Guild of the school. At the show, from left, first row, are Sophia Bere, Matthew Kerstetter and Christopher Papciak. Second row: Colin Froeber, Ethan Stoltz, Jordyn Chepolis and Kat Endsley.




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