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Dover comes alive with the Sound of Music

The Dover Bay Performing Arts Academy presents the Sound of Music Wednesday (Dec. 12) to Saturday (Dec. 15) at 7 p.m. Left to right top, Hanna Yang, Kate Krynowsky, Jacki Gunn, Michael Bamford, Stefani Jones, Lee Johnson-Broderick, Nicholas Croome and Brooke Fiddick. Second row, Liam Lawson, Marissa Wellmer and Riley Orr. Front row, Melissa Buckle and Olivia Andrews  - Photo Contributed
The Dover Bay Performing Arts Academy presents the Sound of Music Wednesday (Dec. 12) to Saturday (Dec. 15) at 7 p.m. Left to right top, Hanna Yang, Kate Krynowsky, Jacki Gunn, Michael Bamford, Stefani Jones, Lee Johnson-Broderick, Nicholas Croome and Brooke Fiddick. Second row, Liam Lawson, Marissa Wellmer and Riley Orr. Front row, Melissa Buckle and Olivia Andrews
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The halls at Dover Bay Secondary School are coming alive with music.

Dover Bay Performing Arts Academy Students present the Sound of Music starting Wednesday (Dec. 12) at 7 p.m. It shows nightly until Saturday (Dec. 15).

The production is presented by Bay Theatrix. Tickets are $15/$10 seniors and children under 12, available at the door or at the Dover Bay Secondary Office.

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