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Seneca Valley students portray mythology with a twist

| Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012, 8:55 p.m.
Cranberry Journal
Steven Decker and Ashley Williams perform a scene from Seneca Valley Senior High School’s production of “The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza. Louis Raggiunti | Cranberry Journal
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Ashley Berman, back, Beth Holl and Madeleine Doyle share a laugh as they get into costume. Louis Raggiunti | Cranberry Journal
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Joshua Fried takes to the stage as Seneca Valley Senior High School brings 'The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza. Louis Raggiunti | Cranberry Journal
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Ashley Williams prepares for the play. Louis Raggiunti | Cranberry Journal
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Kay Baier applies some last second makeup to John Eyler for Seneca Valley Senior High School’s play “The Greek Mythology Olypiaganza. Louis Raggiunti | Cranberry Journal
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shley Berman, Ashley Williams and Kay Baier were all smiles on the stage together. Louis Raggiunti | Cranberry Journal

Seneca Valley Senior High School presented the play “The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza” at the senior high auditiorium last week. The weekend of shows were well attended as mythology was brought to life with a unique twist.

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