“Pirates: The Musical” performed by students at local school
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Students practice for the upcoming play.
Students practice for the upcoming play.
DOVER- The Dover School sixth grade along with the fourth- and fifth-grade chorus will present their fall show, “Pirates: The Musical” at the Dover School on Friday, November 9, at 6:30 pm. The performance is free and appropriate for all ages. The music and book were written by John Jacobsen and Roger Emerson and feature a set of swashbuckling songs ranging in style from rock ‘n’ roll to calypso.

Come meet the crew of pirates, the queen of the high seas, and the stowaway who is hopelessly lost at sea. The show is filled with humor, dance, songs, scenery, and costumes. The show has been put together by the students with direction from sixth-grade teacher Sue Neuman, music teacher Andy Davis, and former student and intern Cameron Lucas.

For more information contact the Dover School at (802) 464-5386. The Dover School is located at 9 Schoolhouse Road.
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