‘Christmas in Wonderland’ show to benefit teens in need

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PARIS — A Christmas for teens benefit show will be presented at 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 5, at the Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School auditorium.

The production takes the audience to “Christmas in Wonderland,” a new theme park featuring performances on center stage.

Masters of ceremony, Brandon Pelletier and Sara Frutos, will introduce Frosty Fun and Frolic, The Talented Teen Spectacular, Guest Performer Night and Christmas in Bethlehem.

Acts performing in the show include the OHCHS chamber singers, string quartet, Oxford Hills Middle School Drama Club and OHCHS drama class.

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Professional and non-professional talent include The Vocal Solution, The Note-A-Belles; a duet with Pat Jillson and Tom Curtis, a solo from Ed Gabrielson and a duet by Terry Swett and Diane Maddix of the Millhouse Road Show.

“Christmas in Wonderland” is directed by Cynthia R. Wescott.

It is accompanied by Virginia Noble.

Storm date will 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6.

All proceeds will help teens in need in the Oxford Hills area.

Food items for the food pantry and cat and dog food for Responsible Pet Care Animal Shelter may be donated for a possible prize.

Cost is $10 for adults; $7 for students in K-12 and for seniors ages 62 and up.

Tickets are available from the cast members, Books N’ Things, Valhalla School Store and at the door.

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