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Drama skits Friday, Saturday

TEMPLE — It’s that time of the year again — time for the Temple Drama Club to put on its annual production, filled with humor and town in-jokes that will have everyone smiling.

The Drama Club has been performing individual material since it was first formed in 1970. This year, it will present its annual production on Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Temple Town Hall. Collectively titled, “Don’t Worry, We’ll Think of a Title Later,” the show consists of multiple short comedy skits both written and performed by club members.

The night will start off with the club’s own version of a fractured fairy tale, entitled “Goldilocks and the Planning Board.” Also find out what happens when the Temple bobsled team goes to the Olympic’s and a spoof of Don Quxiote, (who was also known as The Man of La Mancha) with the “Man of Monadnock.”

Admission is $5.

—By Ashley Saari

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