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Staging a C.S. Lewis classic

Dublin Christian Academy: “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”

  • Lucy, played by ninth grader Macy Traffie of New Ipswich, left, meets Mr. Tumnus, played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, when she walks through the wardrobe and into Narnia for the first time.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

    Lucy, played by ninth grader Macy Traffie of New Ipswich, left, meets Mr. Tumnus, played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, when she walks through the wardrobe and into Narnia for the first time.

    (Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

  • Naria's Fenris Ulf, played by ninth grader Hope Pelletier of Dublin, threatens Mr. Tumnus, a faun played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, because he allowed a human to escape.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

    Naria's Fenris Ulf, played by ninth grader Hope Pelletier of Dublin, threatens Mr. Tumnus, a faun played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, because he allowed a human to escape.

    (Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

  • Lucy, played by ninth grader Macy Traffie of New Ipswich, left, talks with Susan, played by eighth grader Maddi Mitchell of Rindge, in their school's production of "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" by C.S. Lewis on Thursday.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

    Lucy, played by ninth grader Macy Traffie of New Ipswich, left, talks with Susan, played by eighth grader Maddi Mitchell of Rindge, in their school's production of "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" by C.S. Lewis on Thursday.

    (Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

  • Mr. Tumnus, played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, explains that he must hand over any children he finds in Narnia to the White Witch. Calhoun starred in Dublin Christian Academy's "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" on April 25.<br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

    Mr. Tumnus, played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, explains that he must hand over any children he finds in Narnia to the White Witch. Calhoun starred in Dublin Christian Academy's "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" on April 25.
    (Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

  • Dublin Christian Academy ninth grader Macy Traffie of New Ipswich played Lucy in her school's production of "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" by C.S. Lewis on the afternoon of April 25.

    Dublin Christian Academy ninth grader Macy Traffie of New Ipswich played Lucy in her school's production of "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" by C.S. Lewis on the afternoon of April 25.

  • The Unicorn, played by seventh grader Ian Sage of Spofford, left, confers with Mrs. Beaver, played by eight grader Hannah Sage of Spofford, and Mr. Beaver, played by seventh grader Ben Hill of Troy, over the possibility of humans coming to Narnia and what it means for the White Witch.<br/><br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

    The Unicorn, played by seventh grader Ian Sage of Spofford, left, confers with Mrs. Beaver, played by eight grader Hannah Sage of Spofford, and Mr. Beaver, played by seventh grader Ben Hill of Troy, over the possibility of humans coming to Narnia and what it means for the White Witch.


    (Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

  • Mr. Tumnus, played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, explains that he must hand over any children he finds in Narnia to the White Witch. Calhoun starred in Dublin Christian Academy's "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" on April 25.<br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

    Mr. Tumnus, played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, explains that he must hand over any children he finds in Narnia to the White Witch. Calhoun starred in Dublin Christian Academy's "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" on April 25.
    (Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

  • The White Witch, played by ninth grader Katie Hutt of Northfield, Mass., prepares Turkish Delight candy for a boy who has come to Narnia. Hutt played the White Witch in Dublin Christian Academy's production of "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" on Thursday.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

    The White Witch, played by ninth grader Katie Hutt of Northfield, Mass., prepares Turkish Delight candy for a boy who has come to Narnia. Hutt played the White Witch in Dublin Christian Academy's production of "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" on Thursday.

    (Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

  • Lucy, played by ninth grader Macy Traffie of New Ipswich, left, meets Mr. Tumnus, played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, when she walks through the wardrobe and into Narnia for the first time.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

    Lucy, played by ninth grader Macy Traffie of New Ipswich, left, meets Mr. Tumnus, played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, when she walks through the wardrobe and into Narnia for the first time.

    (Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

  • Lucy, played by ninth grader Macy Traffie of New Ipswich, left, meets Mr. Tumnus, played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, when she walks through the wardrobe and into Narnia for the first time.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)
  • Naria's Fenris Ulf, played by ninth grader Hope Pelletier of Dublin, threatens Mr. Tumnus, a faun played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, because he allowed a human to escape.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)
  • Lucy, played by ninth grader Macy Traffie of New Ipswich, left, talks with Susan, played by eighth grader Maddi Mitchell of Rindge, in their school's production of "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" by C.S. Lewis on Thursday.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)
  • Mr. Tumnus, played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, explains that he must hand over any children he finds in Narnia to the White Witch. Calhoun starred in Dublin Christian Academy's "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" on April 25.<br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)
  • Dublin Christian Academy ninth grader Macy Traffie of New Ipswich played Lucy in her school's production of "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" by C.S. Lewis on the afternoon of April 25.
  • The Unicorn, played by seventh grader Ian Sage of Spofford, left, confers with Mrs. Beaver, played by eight grader Hannah Sage of Spofford, and Mr. Beaver, played by seventh grader Ben Hill of Troy, over the possibility of humans coming to Narnia and what it means for the White Witch.<br/><br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)
  • Mr. Tumnus, played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, explains that he must hand over any children he finds in Narnia to the White Witch. Calhoun starred in Dublin Christian Academy's "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" on April 25.<br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)
  • The White Witch, played by ninth grader Katie Hutt of Northfield, Mass., prepares Turkish Delight candy for a boy who has come to Narnia. Hutt played the White Witch in Dublin Christian Academy's production of "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" on Thursday.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)
  • Lucy, played by ninth grader Macy Traffie of New Ipswich, left, meets Mr. Tumnus, played by ninth grader Jed Calhoun of Surry, when she walks through the wardrobe and into Narnia for the first time.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)
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