Serena Boulley (left) and Castle Nava take part in a drama class at St. Martin de Porres School acting out different types of characters. File photo by Advocate staff

Young Red Deer students to put on Christmas production at RDC

Students are presenting a Christmas production titled Straight Outta Bethlehem at Red Deer College’s Mainstage.

Kindergarten to Grade 5 pupils from St. Martin de Porres School will put on the performance that tells the story of Christmas through a loveable group of characters.

“This performance is special because it celebrates the gifts and talents of our students during this very important Christmas season. This production showcases the fine arts program at our school and students are really excited about this opportunity to perform on a large stage,” said assistant principal Kristie McCullough.

The performance is set for Wednesday from 1:30 to 2:25 p.m. and 6:30 to 7:45 p.m.

The public is welcome to attend the free event. Those looking to watch the evening performance are asked to contact the school for tickets, due to limited seating.



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