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Children rehearse their Dec. 2 and 3 production of 'Angels Aware' at the Community Bible Church in Williamstown.

Children's Musical Set For Dec. 2-3 in Williamstown

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Community Bible Church will present its annual children’s Christmas musical at 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 2 and 3.

This year’s production is titled “Angels Aware” and tells the story of what came before the night Christ was born - way before. Gabriel calls a meeting to announce God's plan to send his son to Earth. The angels are shocked to learn that Jesus will be sent to Earth as a baby.

“Angels Aware” features two dozen local children ranging in age from 4 to 14 singing, dancing and acting in a Broadway-style musical. It is directed by Connie Sheehy, with musical direction by Trish Clairmont and costumes by Julie Gill.

Admission is free. The church is located at 160 Bridges Road. For more information, call 413-458-5556.

 


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