Dorset Players holiday show sparks food donations

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DORSET — In keeping with the spirit and theme of "A Christmas Carol," the Dorset Players' holiday stage presentation, the theater group will be helping The Community Food Cupboard by accepting voluntary food contributions during the run of the show. According to Cheryl Gushee, producer of the holiday classic, "The cast and crew of the show are excited about the idea and will also participate in the donating of food items."

The Food Cupboard, located in Manchester, serves 15 regional towns. Donations of dry and canned goods and personal care items are especially appreciated and may be dropped off in the Dorset Playhouse Caf before or after each performance of "A Christmas Carol." The holiday special runs for two weekends on the Dorset stage beginning Friday, December 6. Curtain time is 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday, and 2:00 p.m., on Sunday.



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