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Savannah Christian students prepare for 'Peter Pan'

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

It was a long night for students at Savannah Christian, but no one'scomplaining.

Students are dancing, singing and acting, getting ready for thebig show. Sixty incredibly talented third through 12th grade students, aproduction team, and 100 parent and student volunteers are rehearsing for the11th annual Broadway Musical, Disney's "Peter Pan."

"It's a great opportunity for our students to have the youngstudents working with the older students," said producer Lucy Miller. "It's agreat time to have everybody to be together and have the younger ones learnfrom the older ones. It's a neat experience."

The Fine Arts Council is sponsoring the performances, which willbe held at the Trustees Theater March 6-8 at 7p.m. and Sunday, March 9 at 3p.m.

Tickets are $10 and are available through the SCAD Box Office.

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