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The Second Street Players of Milford will present the play “Rapunzel” in their Children’s Dessert Theatre series on October 22 and and 23 at 1 PM at their Riverfront Theatre, 2 S. Walnut Street in Milford. A cast of 13 will portray various characters in this take-off on the familiar fairy tale. Included in the $8 admission is a light snack as well as an autograph session following the show. Suitable for all ages. No reservations are necessary but any questions can be answered by calling 422-0220.

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