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Worcester Prep students present 'The Spell of Sleeping Beauty'

Nov 20, 2013
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"The Spell of Sleeping Beauty" was presented for parents and students grades pre-k through eight by the Sixth-Grade Players at Worcester Preparatory School. English teachers Geneva Sampson and Susan Godwin directed the show along with Student Director Caroline Lewis, Newark, Md.

The cast and crew of the production include in back (l-r) Karim Dahr, Lewes;  Kurt Leinemann, Ocean City, Md.; Sam Tinkler, Berlin, Md.; J.P. Issel, Rehoboth Beach; Spencer Paquette, Ocean City; Hunter Selzer, Selbyville; and Will Tinkler, Berlin; middle row, Frank Carter, Lewes; Quinn McColgan, Millsboro; Kelly Polk, Bethany Beach; Sierra Hall, Millsboro; Liza Moore, Rehoboth Beach; Abbi Nechay, Hebron, Md.; Sami Repass, Lewes; Rylie Carey, Dagsboro; Madison Van Orden, Ocean City; and Jordan Campbell, Ocean City.  In front are Devin Wallace, Ocean Pines, Md.; Alec Burbage, Ocean View; Molly Pugh, Berlin; Maddy Shanahan, Ocean City; Korina Gjikuria, Ocean City; Abi Plylar, Salisbury, Md.; Hana Miller, Willards, Md.; Audrey Stearns, Berlin; Kyra Marshall, Dewey Beach; and Saylar McGuiness, Rehoboth Beach.

Beautiful witches from "The Spell of Sleeping Beauty" gather in Worcester Prep’s Brent Thompson Field House. Shown (l-r) are Abi Plylar, Salisbury, Md.; Korina Gjikuria, Ocean City, Md.; Kyra Marshall, Dewey Beach; Audrey Stearns, Berlin, Md.; Molly Pugh, Berlin; and Saylar McGuiness, Rehoboth Beach. (Source: Submitted)
Liza Moore, left, Rehoboth Beach, is Princess Briar-Rose and Spencer Paquette, Ocean City, Md., is Prince Alexander in the Worcester Prep grade six play, "The Spell of Sleeping Beauty."
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