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Oak Middle School puts new spin on old classic in Shrewsbury

Oak Middle School seventh- and eighth-grade students present “Oliver, the Musical” May 13 and 14. Under the direction of Jenn Webb and Bryan Clark, the play is a musical take on the Charles Dickens’ classic. It was a big hit according to parent, Johanna Musselman.

Shrewsbury – Oak Middle School seventh- and eighth-grade students present “Oliver, the Musical” May 13 and 14.  Under the direction of Jenn Webb and Bryan Clark, the play is a musical take on the Charles Dickens’ classic. It was a big hit according to parent, Johanna Musselman.

“Shrewsbury has many talented kids and our drama and music department does a great job putting these shows together,” Musselman said.

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