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RCT to present ‘Kringle’s Window’

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Submitted photo Pictured are crew and cast members for “Kringle’s Window.” First row — Mitch Dufour (stage manager), Elizabeth Vidos (Irene), Rick Van Loon (Santa), Kevin Cuccia (Kringle), Satish Bharadvaj (Head Elf), Johnanna Jiles (Sarah) and Austin Ledford (Alvin Lee). Second row — Ross Taylor (Ron), Sarah Katherine McCallum (Boomer), Isabel Oakley (Elf), Rosie Shultz (Zelda), Chanley Patterson (Elf), Andie Grace Taylor (Elf) and Connor Little (Elf). Back row — Nancy Wallace (Mrs. Rosen), Demetric Mattox (Elden), Neesha Siriwardane (Becka), Katelynn Sherman (Elf), Kalea Nelson (Elf), Madelene Pisciotta (Zelda), Misty Dickey (Elf) and Stacey Morse (Elf).

Ruston Community Theatre will present “Kringle’s Window” on Dec. 1-4 at the Dixie Center for the Arts. The play, written by Mark Medoff, is sponsored by Squire Creek Country Club and is directed by Nancy Wallace. Stage manager is Mitch Dufour.

The play revolves around a family facing some life difficulties at Christmas. Mom, Irene (Elizabeth Vidos) and Dad, Dean (Rex Yocum), are in a trial separation and, although both are professional counselors, their attempts to deal with the situation quickly degenerate into bickering and accusations.

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