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Chalk Circle presented at ACS

Students from Abbotsford Christian School are presenting the play the Chalk Circle. - Submmited photo
Students from Abbotsford Christian School are presenting the play the Chalk Circle.
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The Abbotsford Christian School’s drama department will present The Chalk Circle on March 1-2 and 7-9.

Based from the original, The Caucasian Chalk Circle by Bertolt Brecht, the ACS production outlines a young woman’s challenge to protect her child, and an unlikable clerk who becomes lawmaker.

The ACS production will take place in Abbotsford Christian Middle School’s gym, 35011 Old Clayburn Road. Tickets will be available for $10 in advance or $12 at the door.

Drama teacher and director Jeff Kiers is excited to present the production this year. He promises that the combination of story, set and presentation will give the audience a “wow factor.”

For more information, or to buy tickets call 604-755-1891 or contact gcardow@abbotsfordchristian.com

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