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New side-splitting play at St. John's

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - The students of St. John's School Are putting on their latest play, "You Can't Take It With You", directed by the extremely talented Karen Flores and assisted by Richard Vergara.  Performances will be this Friday and Saturday at the school's gym in Upper Tumon.

The cost is only $3 for students and $7 for adults. Flores says the play is a comedy set in the 1940's, saying, "It's about a family. Well, they're a goofy family. They're a little eccentric and they've got snakes. One writes screen plays, one person likes to make fire works and a little bit of everything. Girl meets boy and the girl's family is coo-coo; the other family is nice and rich and when they meet, there's fireworks that go off."

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