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“Miracle on 34th Street” presented at Windsor Theatre

Leslie Sawyer (Maggie Pearson) is shocked after elves put a stop to her criticisms of Kris Kringle and carried away her podium. (Photo by Nick Pedley, Hampton Chronicle)

Kris Kringle (Russell Wood) listens to Susan Walker (Katie Hilton) tell him about her doubts that he's the real deal. (Photo by Nick Pedley, Hampton Chronicle)

The Franklin County Arts Council (FCAC) and the Franklin Players presented two showings of the holiday classic “Miracle on 34th Street” Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 at the Windsor Theatre in Hampton. The cast hosted one nighttime and one afternoon performance, both of which saw good turnouts.

     According to Karen Ferris, who co-directed the play with Moli Gerken, 175 people attended Saturday night and 205 turned out Sunday afternoon.

     “It was great. All the players were thrilled to death, and I know the audience really enjoyed it,” said Ferris. “They were very receptive audience – you could kind of tell with all the laughter.”

Read the full article in the Dec. 4 edition of the Hampton Chronicle.