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MetroWest Ballet to perform The Nutcracker Dec. 3 in Sudbury

MetroWest Ballet will perform The Nutcracker Dec. 3 and 4 at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School.

Sudbury – Local residents will be performing in MetroWest Ballet's production of The Nutcracker Saturday, Dec. 3, at 5 p.m., in the Rogers-Kirshner Theater at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School. Another performance will be held Sunday, Dec. 4, at 1 p.m.

The performance features guest artists Kara Quinn Bologna, Travers King, Phillip Rea, and Gregg Saulnier as Drosselmeyer. The production is directed by Jessica Wilson and lists Sofia Apgar, Natasha Lawler, Anastasia Mahoney, Guinevere Stone, and Denise Zhong of Westborough; Elizabeth Cheung, Libby Flathers, Elise Grobon, Madeline Hansen, Chloe Hong, Haley Hong, Lucy Marous, and Lisa Roth of Southborough; Hannah Black, Anna Li, Evangeline McCall, Sydney Michaud, Briana Perez, McKenzie Price, Meredith Price, Jessica Rosenweig, Jordan Sparages, Ariana Sparages, Lauren Williams, and Rachel Wilson of Marlborough; Julia Larcenaire, Bronwyn Levey, Natasha Levey, Kelsie Lyons, Madeline Stockman, Emily Stockman and Emma Stott of Northborough among the cast.

Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors, and $10 children under 12. Group rates and special discounts are available for school groups and local organizations. Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School is located at 390 Lincoln St., Sudbury.

Call 1-508-357-8808 or visit www.metrowestballet.com for more information

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