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Halton Hills youth put on a musical, showcasing trials of teenage life

On Wednesday night students from across Georgetown put on a musical for the viewing pleasure of the audience at the John Elliott Theatre.


"Lost and Found: A Musical Journey" was a musical/show put on by eighteen students coming from 7 different schools including Christ the King, Georgetown District High School, St. Catherines, St. Francis, Mayfield, St. Famille, Stewart Town and Holy Cross.

The musical showcased teenage life and the struggles and glory of being a teenager. Some of the songs included were from Rent, Dear Evan Hansen, Wicked, Company and more.

Meghan Praught the producer of the show mentioned how youth in Halton Hills needed an outlet, which judging by the show, she did a great job to provide

Proceeds from the event were donated to the Bennett Centre, a retirement & assisted living facility in Georgetown. I asked Meghan "what made her decide on Bennett Village?" to which she responded “My father is on the board of one of their buildings. He advised me they are raising funds for some much-needed equipment. My grandmother and her friends are also connected to it”.


I got a chance to get some video footage, as well as an interview with Meghan that you can check out below. Great job to all who were involved.

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