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Ozarka to present Jack Frost

Friday, November 24, 2006

The Ozarka College Drama Club will present the Arkansas Arts Center Tell-A-Tale Troupe's production of "Jack Frost" Dec. 7 in the John E. Miller Auditorium on the Melbourne campus of Ozarka College. The production is at 10 a.m. Tickets for the show are $2, with free admission to teachers and bus drivers. Area schools are invited and encouraged to attend this play. The performance will last approximately an hour.

"The North Pole has never known a more mischievous elf than Jack Frost, and this year his antics are more rascally than ever," a spokesman said. "In fact, he's the number one elf on Santa's list -- and I don't mean his good list. Yes, jolly old St. Nick is at his wit's end. He's so distracted by Jack's bad behavior that he can't even do his work. It's a good thing that wise old Mrs. Claus is around to take her two high-spirited boys in hand and save the day -- Christmas Day that is."

Home school groups, private and public schools are invited to attend this event. Tickets can be purchased at the door, but reservations should be made in advance by contacting Cannady at 870-368-2073, toll free 800-821-4335, or by e-mail jcannady@ozarka.edu.

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