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By Tim Leeds 

'Tom Sawyer' hitting St. Jude's student theater


April 26, 2019

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Trayden Riley, left, playing Tom Sawyer, watches as other St. Jude Thaddeus School students rehearse whitewashing a fence in the school's production of "Tom Sawyer."

On the 10th anniversary of St. Jude Thaddeus School producing a large-scale spring play, the students are offering people the chance to see a classic tale of youthful adventure, drama and hijinks with an adaptation of Samuel "Mark Twain" Clemens' "Tom Sawyer."

"This is a first-rate play," St. Jude's Principal Mike Haugen said. " ... If you're into theater at all, it's definitely something you want to see. You will be thoroughly entertained."

Kim O'Leary, a junior high teacher at the school who co-directed it with Jeff Ralph, said the 22 junior high students in the play have been rehears...

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