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|Where Are They Now: Frank Runyeon|
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|Steve Frame||Nov 15 2007, 10:26 PM Post #1|
"The 3-½ Stories of Christmas"
St. Therese Parish, 105 Leetes Island Road, Branford, will host a family entertainment program - a musical play - "The 3 ½ Stories of Christmas" on Saturday, Dec. 1, at 7 p.m. in the church. Children from 3 to 93 will be delighted as the story of Christmas is tied together from the light of Creation to the manger in Bethlehem, from the origin of Santa Claus, to the secret of the Christmas angel himself.
This show stars Frank Runyeon, who may be best known from his many roles on TV in As the World Turns, Santa Barbara, and General Hospital, as well as recurring appearances on Falcon Crest, Another World, Melrose Place, and LA Law. Runyeon has performed Biblical texts for tens of thousands of people in almost every state. He is an honors graduate of General Theological Seminary and Princeton University. Tickets are $5 for adults, $7 per family.
Call the church office at 488-2998 to reserve tickets.
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