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Be on Stage for Prana's Next Production

by Roberta Weiner
October 29, 2013

Want to be on stage for Prana's next production?

Want to be on stage for Prana's next production?
 
A few spots still remain for School House Rock, Live! 
 
This fun musical will be performed in January at Adams Middle School.  Sign-up deadline is November 20 and rehearsals begin Sunday, November 24.
 
Based on the Emmy-award winning educational cartoon series, with songs and dances including Conjunction Junction, 3 is Magic Number, It's Just a Bill and many more.
 
Email roberta@pranacenter.com or visit the website for details.

 

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