Valdosta Daily Times

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November 29, 2012

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever

Children’s play remembers the reason for the season


VALDOSTA — THE CAST: Sommers Coleman, Catherine Allbritton, Kalyn Cooper, Jackson Anderson, Carson Meaders, Kaitlyn Allbritton, David Bass, Chase Cook, Connor Wilson, Cassie Doscher, Carragen Young, Lauren Lewis, Charlly Young, John Laurent Dean, Kayden Candelario, Saige Carpenter, Kelly Hazelhurst, Abbi Long, Oya Denizman, Bethany Weller, Parker Meadors, Katie Lancaster, Katie Courson, Abby Cozart, Dian Candelario, Mary Catherine Burns, Emma Hester, Maggie Bishop, Anna Claire Price, Claire Hannasch, Anna Cozart, Laney Brooklyn Rice, Rebecca Lancaster, Samantha Kassum.

DIRECTION, PRODUCTION: Lois Allbritton, director; Brenda Brunston, assistant director, producer; Lynnette Kenworthy, technical director; Bethanie Bass, stage manager; Rosemary Coleman, assistant stage manager; Carol Anne Cooper, Teresa Doscher, Jen Wilson, props managers; Pauline Owens, costume manager; Meredith Lancaster, Elaine McMillan, Wanda Rice, costume crew; Parker Allbritton, P.T. Candelario, Samantha McLendon, Andrew Rogers, sound & light crew; Elizabeth Bishop, Nathaniel Bishop, Lauren Swiney, Kaiden Wilson, backstage crew; Rosemary Coleman, Georgina Kassum, Lynnette Kenworthy, Kaitlynn Kenworthy, Robin McLendon, scenic artists; Robin McLendon, program; Ryan Swaims, graphic designer; Brittney Long, front of house manager.


Gingerbread Players of Theatre Guild Valdosta presents “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.”

When: Shows run 7 p.m. today, and Friday, Nov. 29, 30; 2:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 1, 2.

Where: The Dosta Playhouse, 122 N. Ashley St.

More information: Call (229) 24-STAGE; or visit

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