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A Little Princess

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Members of the Ocotillo Storytellers children’s theatre group perform a scene from “A  Little Princess” Tuesday at the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center. The young actresses and actors impressed audience members with the novel-based tale of Sara Crewe, a young girl who maintains her strength and poise when she is thrust into poverty at a boarding school following the misreported death of her father. Brienne Green - Daily Press
Members of the Ocotillo Storytellers children’s theatre group perform a scene from “A  Little Princess” Tuesday at the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center. The young actresses and actors impressed audience members with the novel-based tale of Sara Crewe, a young girl who maintains her strength and poise when she is thrust into poverty at a boarding school following the misreported death of her father. Brienne Green – Daily Press

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