Benefit fashion show and a recreation of a classic
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WILMINGTON- On Friday, November 23, at 7 pm, and Saturday, November 24, at 4 pm, the curtain will lift at Memorial Hall. Twice Blessed will be hosting a Fashion Show and a Glam Rock production of Dicken’s classic “Christmas Carol.” Musicians and vocalist Molly Melloan, Dan Lydon, and Chris Bakriges, along with local players and models, will attempt to amuse viewers with music from Monty Python, Iggy Pop, Lady GaGa, and other recognizable tunes adding humor to this quirky recreation of this timeless tale.

Models are still needed for the fashion show. Just come to Twice Blessed, tell the staff, and pick out an outfit. On Saturday following the afternoon performance, from 7 pm until 9 pm Chris Bakriges Ensemble will be performing live jazz for those who would like to sit back and listen or dance to his incredible compositions and enjoy a glass of wine, beer or a cup of coffee along with refreshments donated by friends of Twice Blessed. Admission will be by donation. All proceeds to benefit the Crosier family.
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