The Sharon Academy Newsletter, April 28, 2016

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In this Issue:

Mark Your Calendar
General News
Phoenix Sports
Middle School News
High School News
Community Service Opportunities
College Info
Community Events

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Mark Your Calendar


MS = middle school, HS = high school

To download a PDF version of our 2015 – 2016 calendar, please click here.

Also, check the website regularly for calendar updates: TSA Calendar


Thurs 28 Face to Face, Heart to Heart Panel from 6:30 – 8:30 at TSA MS: Healthy Sexuality for Adolescents.
Thurs 28 The TSA Sophomore Experience – See HS News below.
Sat 30 TSA 20th Birthday Party Gala – 7pm – 11pm – more details and a link to our on-line ticket order form below.



Thurs 5 SBAC & NECAP Testing for HS Juniors
Fri 6 SBAC & NECAP Testing for HS Juniors
Sat 7 Sonia Kovalevsky Math Day at Dartmouth College – See details below in General News
Sat 7 Lecture and Film Screening: Star Wars Episode IV, A New Hope  4 p.m.
Tues 10 SBAC & NECAP Testing for HS Juniors
Fri 13 Eighth Grade NECAP Testing
Sat 14 TSA HS Prom – 7:30pm – 11:00pm at Barrett Hall in South Strafford
Tues 17 MS Trip to High Five – through Thursday May 19th
Thurs 19 HS All School Field Trip Trip to Boston and The Blue Man Group 
Fri 20 No School – for HS In-Service & MS High Five Recovery
Fri 27 MS Semi-Formal at The Royalton Academy, 6:30 – 10pm
Mon 30 Memorial Day – No School



Clara Henderson ’16 has been chosen as a 2016 Young Arts national award winner. The National YoungArts Foundation recognizes and supports America’s most talented 15-18 year olds in visual, literary and performing arts. This year YoungArts named 850 award winners from 47 states and over 425 different high schools from a total pool of more than 12,000 applications. Each of the students selected for recognition were chosen through a competitive, blind adjudication process with their artistic portfolio evaluated by outstanding artists, educators and creatives from across the United States. Congratulations, Clara! 


Join us for TSA’s 20th Birthday Party Gala!
Saturday, April 30th, 7 – 11 pm
Bring your friends for a night of celebration,
music, and fun.
Enjoy hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, a spectacular cake cutting ceremony, dancing with band Still More Cats, and later dancing with
Coquette playing rockin’ covers and originals.

For more information visit:

To order your tickets directly visit:


New This Year:
TSA’s Online Auction for our
20th Birthday Party Gala.
And it is now open you can
bid on some items right now!
Click here to view:
On-line Auction
New items will continue to be added.



General News

Fundraising and Awareness of Earthquake Survivors:  
In light of the recent earthquakes in Japan and Ecuador, Sebas Torres ’17 (our exchange student from Ecuador) and Lucia Gagliardone ’16 have put a jar in the main lobby of the TSA high school for coins and money donations to go to support relief efforts in those two nations. Please donate if you can!  For more information, please contact Lucia Gagliardone at
Face to Face, Heart to Heart Panel on April 28th, from 6:30 – 8:30The Sharon Academy hosts a community discussion on Healthy Sexuality for Adolescents. The Sharon Academy (TSA) will host a panel of educators to lead a discussion on healthy sexuality for adolescents. Panelists Cindy Pierce (author of Sexploitation: Helping Kids Develop Healthy Sexuality in a Porn-Driven World, parent educator and comic storyteller (, and Lucia Jackson, Paul Sawyer (ministers and leaders of Our Whole Lives Sexuality Education Curricula), Ana Ocasio ’06 (Planned Parenthood Educator) and Current TSA students: Max Boudreau-Perkins, Tommi Hoyt, Harvey Kelley, Emma Sawyer will examine many of our culture’s messages about sex and sexuality.  During this evening’s discussion, we will think together about ways of exploring and discovering those messages in a positive, healthy way. Join us at TSA’s Middle School on Route 132 in Sharon. This is event is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Christa Wurm at

Lecture and Film Screening: Star Wars Episode IV, A New Hope.
  Saturday May 7th, 4 p.m. Sharon Academy High School.  Come join your fellow geeks as we absorb the genius of Ben Lazar delivering a lecture on the global impact of Star Wars. We will then watch Star Wars IV: A New Hope and snuggle in to the twin suns of Tatooine, and the future of a poor nephew of a moisture farmer.  Dust off your speeders, align the crystals of your light saber, and look out for Tusken Raiders!  The event is free and open to the public – bring your friends!  There will be refreshments available for sale, to help fund the excellent workshops of TSA’s Chain Reaction Day.  For more information, please contact Christa Wurm at 

Sonia Kovalevsky Math Day at Dartmouth College on May 7th
is a fun-filled day of mathematics with hands-on workshops and talks for middle and high school female students and their teachers. The purpose of the day is to encourage young women to continue their study of mathematics and to assist the teachers of female mathematics students. Sandy is coordinating rides for anyone who needs one. For more information, please contact Sandy Thorne at or visit

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Phoenix Sports

New Special Offer:  TSA Sports Booster Club Local Business Savings Card are now Half Price! Get your card for just $10 from Cynthia at the TSA High School, or Catherine at the Middle School, or contact Kim Knoerlein at:

Phoenix Sports Results:

TSA JV Baseball: 
The TSA Junior Varsity Baseball Team competed mightily against Chelsea High School’s Varsity Squad and learned a lot, especially how to hit a curve ball! TSA JV 3, Chelsea 11   

TSA Track Team meet last Thursday, 4/21/16, at Fall Mountain.
  Each of our 5 TSA participating athletes had a personal record in at least one event.  One major highlight was that Richard Morrill ’17, had his best marks ever in all 3 events that he competed in: 100m, 200m and the long jump.  Coach Kevin Gish reports: “We are a young team, but improving rapidly.”

Phoenix Sports Upcoming Games and Meets:

Track Team:
4/30/16        Saturday         Windsor Invitational                                 Away          9:00am
5/3/16           Tuesday          Central VT Monster Meet (U-32 HS)     Away          3:45pm

5/2/16           Monday            Thetford                                                     Home         4:30pm

Ultimate Frisbee:

4/28/16         Thursday          BFA Fairfax                                               Away            5:00pm

4/29/16         Friday               Champlainships Tournament                Williston     3:30pm
4/30/16         Saturday           Champlainships Tournament               Williston     9:00am
5/3/16            Tuesday            Brattleboro                                               Home          5:15pm

Please come out and support Phoenix teams!

Pick-Up Sports Available to HS Students:
Pick-Up Girls Soccer every Wednesday after school
Pick-Up Boys Basketball every Tuesday after school

You can get even more TSA Phoenix Sports News and Pictures on the TSA Athletics Booster Club Facebook Page:

You can also check out pictures of Phoenix Sports events at: – it does require a Shutterfly Registration – but it is Free!



Middle School News

MS Graduation is coming up! Date: 6/10/16, 630-930 PM.
 The Sharon Academy Middle School Graduation Ceremony has been intentionally designed to support the goals of our mission.  Students are publicly recognized for their strengths, thanked for their efforts, and honored for the transformation they have undergone during their middle school years.  All eighth grade students are required to speak and are expected to reflect on their own personal growth, and to appreciate the supporting role that others have played in their lives. Additionally, the Graduation Ceremony provides a forum for the 7th and 8th grade to perform the choral work that they have been practicing for the prior ten weeks.  We recognize that the ceremony is long, and while we have trimmed the ceremony a bit from recent years, we have consciously decided to continue our tradition of having each student speak and to have their advisor speak about them.  We ask that family members come with the understanding that our graduation program is an integral part of our curriculum. Please help us to support our students in this important transition to high school.
•       All students are expected to attend this event on June 10th from 6:30 – 9:00 PM.
•       Both the seventh and eighth grade will perform a choral program.
•       Each eighth grade student will give a short speech. Students will have time at school to write their speech. They should also be writing and practicing their speech at home. We will begin the speech writing process at the end of May.
•       Students are expected to dress slightly more formally than casual school.
•       Please consider bringing a bottle of water and a snack to make your evening more comfortable. There will also be some refreshments available during the ceremony. Dessert will be served following the ceremony.

Middle School Community Service Opportunity:
Wednesday, May 11th after school is dismissed at 1:00. Your time for the afternoon is appreciated.  What:  Help sort clothes for a clothing swap.  Location: Sharon Elementary School.  Contact: Jill Lloyd at 763-7425

Last week in social studies,
we started the major independent research project that will occupy the class for the remainder of the year.  Due dates are listed on Gradelink and a detailed description of the project can be downloaded here:  Social Studies Project

Science Fair! 
Students have begun work on their science fair projects.  The following links provide everything you need to know about this project including timetables and criteria sheets.  Your student also has a hard copy of this information.  Click here to view: Timeline,  Grading Criteria, and Written Work Criteria

High Five Outdoor Leadership Program:
This is a reminder that students will be attending the High Five Adventure Learning Center in Brattleboro, Vermont on May 17th, 18th and 19th. Please watch for more information in upcoming newsletters for this two night overnight trip. Drop off will be regular time on the morning of May 17th but pick up will be later than usual, at about 5:30, on the 19th. Please also be aware that Friday, May 20th, is High Five recovery day and there will be no school for middle school students.

End of school year MIDDLE SCHOOL dates to remember:
•       May 13th – Eighth grade Science NECAPS
•       May 17th – 19th  – Middle School goes to High Five Outdoor Leadership                                                                           Center in Brattleboro. Leave at 8:15 on the 17th.                                                                                     Arrive back around 5:30 on the 19th.
•       May 20th  No school. High Five recovery day/Teacher In-Service
•       May 27th – Middle School Semi-Formal at the Royalton Academy   6:30 – 10:00
•       May 30th  – No school. Memorial day
•       June 2nd – Quarter Century Club Breakfast (Language Arts)
•       June 2nd – Middle School Science Fair in the evening (6:30 – 8:30)
•       June 3rd, 6th, 7th – SBAC Testing (Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium – for                                                        Math and Language Arts)
•       June 8th – Two hour math exam session
•       June 9th  – Eighth Grade Class Trip.  Seventh grade has regular school day.
•       June 10th  –  Last day of school, Field Day and Barbecue, End of 3rd Trimester.                                                     Dismissal is at 2:00.
•       June 10th  –  Middle School graduation celebration 6:30 – 9:00.  All students attend.

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High School News

SBAC & NECAP Testing for HS Juniors May 5th, 6th, and 10th.
On the 5th and 10th, they will attend their elective afterwards.  On the 6th, they may leave with parental permission (BT) Seniors are expected to be at school connecting with their exhibition mentor and attending any classes still running.

Change in HS Lunch Program: Starting Monday May 2nd our lunch offerings will change. Monday and Thursday will be sandwiches, salad and fruit.  There will be several meat and cheese options, as well as toppings for your sandwich.  Peanut butter and jelly will be available as well. Tuesday will be pizza from Cockadoodle located in Bethel along with salad and fruit. Friday will be pizza from Sandy’s along with salad and fruit. Cost will stay the same at $3.25 and will be billed to students’ accounts as they are now.  Those who qualify for free lunch will not be billed.  For more information, please contact Cynthia at

TSA HS Prom 2016: Sat. May 14th; 7:30-11pm at Barrett Hall, South Strafford. Students and staff at TSA are cordially invited to this year’s Prom which will be held on Saturday, May 14th from 7:30pm-11:00pm at Barrett Hall in South Strafford. Free tickets for TSA students will be available starting Monday, May 2nd at a table in the pit during lunch as well as in Kate’s office.  Students will need a ticket to gain entrance to the prom. If TSA students would like to bring guests (1 guest per TSA student) the guests will need to pay $25.00 for a ticket. Guests will also need to be registered with Kate Sensenich before May 13th with their full name, school, phone number, as well as a parent or guardian’s contact information.

Prom Volunteers and Donations We Need:
Veggie, Fruit and Cheese Platters (2-3 of each)
Savory Finger Foods
Sweet Finger Foods
White Holiday lights
White Table Cloths
Tall glass vases
White fresh flowers (any variety)
(Please label all items clearly with your last name)

We are also looking for some set-up and clean-up help!
Set Up times: Saturday, May 14th 10am-3pm, Barrett Hall
Clean-Up Times: 11pm-11:45pm, after the Prom

If you can help our prom committee with any of these requests, please contact Kate Sensenich at


High School Field Trip:  The entire high school will be traveling by coach to Boston on Thursday, May 19 to see a matinee performance (4:30 p.m.) of Blue Man Group.  Students will most likely need a bag lunch and some spending money, possibly for dinner.  More information will be provided as it becomes available. Blue Man Group combines music, technology and comedy to create a form of entertainment that defies categorization and appeals to people of all ages.  Blue Man Group’s shows have been described by critics as “innovative”, “energetic”, and “wildly entertaining”.  We hope that everyone will be there!  Please contact Janice with any questions or to let her know who will not be going:

Paid Summer Internship at Hypertherm:
High school juniors and seniors, looking to explore a career in Advanced Manufacturing should apply for this full-time summer employment opportunity! Participants will earn $10.00/hour while working 40 hours per week for 8 weeks.  They are eligible to receive 16 college credits, one week unpaid summer vacation after 4 weeks, job shadow in a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and potential employment with Hypertherm after high school graduation. While participating students will learn:

  • How to operate cutting-edge CNC machines (Computer Numeric Control)
  • Machine Programming
  • Blueprint reading with Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing.
  • Machine tool math.
  • Verifying product quality with state-of-the-art inspection equipment.
  • Participate in LEAN manufacturing and continuous improvement activities.
  • Fundamentals of turning, milling, inspection and manufacturing processes.

For more information, please contact Ellen Bagnato at

Last week we congratulated  Margaret Chadwell ’18 whose essay received the top award in the VSPop and Sierra Club’s essay contest – first prize (and $500)!  Well, here is her essay for your reading enjoyment:

Upper Valley Portfolio Day at AVA Gallery; Tuesday, May 17;
The Upper Valley Counselor’s Association of Vermont & New Hampshire is excited to announce the first Upper Valley High School Student Portfolio Day on Tuesday, May 17 from 10 am – 1 pm at AVA Gallery in Lebanon, NH. The purpose of the event is three-fold:

• Give high school students and college representatives the opportunity to interact and exchange feedback on student art portfolios.
• Give high school students and parents the opportunity to learn more about post-secondary opportunities to develop and enrich student art.
• Allow high school students and working artists to interact and learn from one another.

High School Students from area high schools who are interested in the arts are encouraged to attend with or without their parents and bring samples of their artwork. TSA students should talk with their art teachers or Ellen for more details about attending

For more information, please contact Ellen Bagnato at


Community Service Opportunities

TSA now has an active community service page on Facebook. Like the page to be notified about current community service events and opportunities:

Have a community service opportunity that you wish to notify people about?Email with the information and we will let our staff and students know about the opportunity.

Students:  Want to fill out our Community Service online form? Click here


SPRING CLEANING? CLEAN OUT THOSE CLOSETS – Collection of Used Clothes, bring those clothes to school! Hand off those wonderful loved clothes to someone else! Ellee Barker will forward them on to the LISTEN CENTER. & GOOD BUY thrift stores. Preferance for spring and summer clothes please! Clothes will  be collected throughout the month of May. Any questions contact Ellee Barker at

Medieval Festival, Thetford, Saturday, May 28th; 11 – 4 pm at Open Fields School. Open Fields School is holding its annual Medieval Festival on the Thetford green. Volunteers are needed Friday night and Saturday (during, before and after the event, which runs from 11 – 4). Opportunities range from food sales, to vendor assistance, to runner, to parking assistance. More information available at You can also register there to volunteer. Contact Leslie Berger at or Kimberly Barnhart at

TSA Students Invited to Participate in a Tree Planting sponsored by the Greater Upper Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited, May 1, 2016, at the Quechee Golf Club:
Quechee Golf planting volunteers should meet Sunday, May 1st at 9:30 am at the Lake Sunapee bank parking lot about 100 yards west of blinking yellow light on Rt. 4 in Quechee.  Bring boots, gloves and large hammer or mallet.  For more information contact Caleb Eastman ’18 at

Community Service Opportunity to help a dear friend of the TSA community: Hugh Mauer
, who has worked as a TSA Math tutor, and father to Amber Wylie, is in need of help mowing his lawn this summer. If interested, contact Amber Wylie at: 

Opportunity at the Montshire Museum.
 The Montshire is looking for volunteers to help them clean up after their annual auction.  On Friday, May 6, 2016 from 9:30 pm -12:00 am, 4 – 6 people are needed to help the Montshire to clean up after their auction.  On Saturday, May 7, from 8:00 am – 10:00 am, 4 – 6 people are needed to help put exhibits back in place and do light cleaning. For more information:  Call Burke Cunningham at 802-649-2200 x240 or email


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Scholarships and College Info

For previously posted scholarship information, check out the TSA web site at: Scholarships

TSA Paying For College Night for Juniors and Junior Parents To be Rescheduled. More details coming soon via email.


Scholarship for Royalton and Tunbridge Residents: The Rising Sun Masonic Lodge No. 7 is pleased to announce the opportunity for seniors who are residents of Royalton or Tunbridge to apply for one of two Rising Sun Masonic Lodge No 7 scholarships.  EAch scholarship is to be awarded at graduation and the recipient will receive $750 at the beginning of the second semester of his/her first year. The applicant must have been a resident of the two-town area for the preceding two years. The award must be used for further academic training in an institution offering one of the following:  Bachelor’s Degree, Associate Degree, Nurse’s Training Certificate of Technical School Degree. The application must be in the student’s own handwriting and include a school transcript. Complete Applications must be postmarked by 5/16/2016 For more information, please contact Ellen Bagnato at

Scholarship for Career or Technical Certification/degree:
The Horatio Alger Assocation seeks to assist students who have demonstrated integrity, perseverance in overcoming adversity, strength of character, financial need, commitment to pursue career or technical certification/degree and a desire to contribute to society. Applicants must be a US citizen younger than 30 years of age. They should be involved in community service, demonstrate perseverance in overcoming adversity, demonstrate financial need, have completed high school by spring 2016 and exhibit a strong commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical program at an accredited non-profit community college in the United States. Include a transcript, a copy of your Student Aid Report, documentation showing tuition and fees for your school/program of choice and proof of citizenship. For more information, please contact Ellen Bagnato at or visit

The Community Club of East Barnard is pleased to announce that Luna Moore Scholarships are available to high school seniors who live in the Broad Brook watershed and plan to further their education. “Further education” is broadly defined to include certified training programs, trade schools, and two and four year colleges. The Broad Brook watershed includes those portions of Barnard, Pomfret, Royalton and Sharon where streams flow into Broad Brook. Residents who live on property contiguous with these portions are also eligible for scholarships. Annual scholarship grants will be $500 each with no more than three grants being given in one year. The choice of recipients shall be made by a vote of the scholarship trustees on the basis of scholarship, character and financial need. Grants will be payable for the second semester.

To apply for the scholarship, the applicant should send a letter which explains future education plans and thoroughly describes his/her academic records and achievements, community and other involvement, and financial need. The applicant should include his/her physical home address as well as the mailing address if it is different. Letters of support and other documents are not necessary and will not be considered by the Trustees.

The deadline for letters of application, due to the following address, is April 30. Selected applicants will be notified by mail by the end of May. Paige Gibbs, 828 Walker Hill Road, South Royalton VT 05068

Free Summer College Classes at UVM
: Summer Academy at the University of Vermont offers high school students who have completed 10th, 11th, and 12th grade the opportunity to earn transferrable college credit and experience the challenge of college-level academics. High school students are invited to enroll in a four-week, on-campus Summer Academy Program focusing on healthcare or engineering, or a travel-abroad option to study in Costa Rica. Students have the option of participating in the Summer Academy courses as residential students (*program fees apply) or as commuters. Students who participate in a UVM precollege program will also save money on college costs through Dual Enrollment, a statewide program for high school students with Vermont residency to access up to two college courses tuition free. The Academically Talented Program offers Vermont high school students the opportunity to enroll in UVM courses, gain college credits, and receive a 50% in-state academic-year tuition reduction. This program also offers out-of-state high school students the chance to enroll in UVM courses, gain college credits, and receive a 50% out-of-state academic-year tuition reduction during the summer. UVM is now accepting 2016 Summer Academy applications. For more information, please contact Nicole Hathaway at 802-656-4682 or visit

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Community Events

Bread & Puppet Theater returns to Dartmouth College: “UNDERNEATH THE ABOVE: Show Number 1”, ONE DAY ONLY! 7 p.m. Friday, April 29, 2016. Brace Commons (East Wheelock Cluster). Bread & Puppet Theater returns to Dartmouth College with a new puppet show inspired by the forthcoming elections in the greatest country in the history of the world. If you have an questions regarding this event please feel free to contact Caroll Spelke by phone at 802-777-9259 or by email

HAIRSPRAY! Fun, Energetic Musical at Lost Nation Theater!  Come and support Sharon Academy Student Gabriella Atkinson, and her fellow cast members in this amazing show! April 21 – May 8. Thurs – Sun; 7:30 Th-Sat; 2pm Sat & Sun. You can’t stop the beat in this big and bold musical about one girl’s inspiring dream to dance. Winner of 8 TONY Awards including Best Musical, Best Book and Best Score! Family-friendly musical comedy set in Baltimore, 1962 – piled bouffant-high with laughter, romance, and deliriously tuneful, soulful songs and also dealing with issues of justice and acceptance. Exuberant hilarious and powerful! Lost Nation Theater: 39 Main St – City Hall Arts Center
Montpelier, VT. Ticket Prices range from $15 – $40, or even cheaper with a membership! To get more information, call: (802) 229-0492 or visit

Young Tradition VT’s Showcase Competition: Claire Jenisch ’18, Annabel Lapp ’17, and Emily Weatherill ’18 (Maunder Trio)
have entered Young Tradition Vermont’s Showcase Competition. A large part of determining the winner depends on online votes, and the ten entries with the most votes will be invited to perform and compete at Young Tradition Vermont’s Weekend Competition on May 14th in Burlington. To vote for them (or any of the other talented young musicians from around Vermont and Canada) go to
Voting ends on May 1st. Note: You must have Facebook to vote.

Addressing the Opiate Crisis to be held at Northern Stage, White River Junction, VT, May 18th at 6-8pm. You are cordially invited to a community discussion about the region’s opiate crisis.  This event is free, open to the public and wheelchair accessible.  Please RSVP by clicking here: RSVP

Inspirations Theater Camp: 
August 1 – 13 2016 (+ July 27-29 for leads 12 and older); 9:00 – 3:30 most days. Price: $450.  Quality theater experience in central Vermont. Join Inspirations Theater Camps August 1 – 13 for theater games and a full-length original musical production. If your child enjoys the high that comes from putting on the circus, they’ll enjoy our camp! This year’s show, The Ramayana, features a city of monkeys and a ten-headed demon. Students aged 12 and up interested in being considered for leads should enroll by April 30th. For tuition information please visit website. Also check out the Inspirations Flyer, by clicking here:  Inspirations Flyer.  For more information, please contact Torsti Rovainen at or visit

Caps for Sale! Performance on Saturday, April 23rd; 10:30am-11:15am.
Free performance to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the classic story of Caps for Sale, the PuppeTree is offering an updated puppet production of this original story by Esphyr Slobodkina. This new version followed by a fun-filled retelling of the classic story with puppets from many different cultures. For more information, please contact ArtisTree at 802-457-3500/ or visit

CATS the Musical!  
Pentangle Arts production, in collaboration with ArtisTree, present CATS at the Woodstock Town Hall Theatre this Spring! Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Based on “Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats” By T.S. ELIOT. Performance Dates:  Fridays, April 29 and May 6 at 7:30 pm, Saturdays, April 30 and May 7 at 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm and Sundays, May 1 and May 8 at 2:00 pm; Tickets: $30 Adults | $28 Seniors | $25 Members | $17 Youth (ages 12 & under) For more information and to purchase tickets, please contact Pentangle Arts at or (802) 457-3981 or visit

The prize-winning new play “Mama’s Girls”
, about a family torn apart by a twin’s need for gender-change therapy, will be presented at Chandler on July 24th and 29th. Director Cher Laston seeks actors who are or can appear to be 11-year-olds. Also needed in the cast: the twins’ middle-aged mother (a school secretary) and middle-aged father (a self-employed carpenter). Please contact Ms. Laston to arrange auditions or for more information about the play at or (802) 249-9047

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