Franklin Academy High School students Kristen Seegers, 17, left, and Emma Suzik, 14, during rehearsal for “An Extra Penny.” The production will have its first workshop performances beginning Thursday, July 27th, in Louisburg College’s Jones Performing Arts Center in Louisburg.
Franklin Academy High School students Kristen Seegers, 17, left, and Emma Suzik, 14, during rehearsal for “An Extra Penny.” The production will have its first workshop performances beginning Thursday, July 27th, in Louisburg College’s Jones Performing Arts Center in Louisburg. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com
Franklin Academy High School students Kristen Seegers, 17, left, and Emma Suzik, 14, during rehearsal for “An Extra Penny.” The production will have its first workshop performances beginning Thursday, July 27th, in Louisburg College’s Jones Performing Arts Center in Louisburg. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com

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