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WSP Presents "Triumph of Love"
Washington Street Players presents Triumph of Love Book by James Magruder, Music by Jeffrey Stock, Lyrics by Susan Birkenhead Directed by Cindy Bell Musical Direction by Mike Jones Triumph of Love is full of delicious deception, gender confusions and all the complexities of l'amour, revealing the beauty, absurdities and bittersweet nature of love. Along with their hilarious "henchmen," Princess Leonide and the handsome Agis become lost on the messy path to love. One of them loves the other. The other is planning to kill her but unknowingly falls in love with her when she claims to be an on-the-run bride. This, after Agis discovers that she is not a male student, as her original disguise suggested a disguise that proved convincing enough for another woman to fall in with her. All of this fun, and we've not yet made it to intermission! The riotous romp only gains momentum, as multiple stories of swift infatuation come to a head for our cast of characters. Performances October 25, 26 at 8pm and November 1, 2 at 8pm and November 3rd at 4pm

When: Oct 25, 2019 8pm to Oct 25, 2019 10pm in Holliston, MA
Cost: 17 - 20 USD

Holliston High School Class of 2020 Senior Gala & Auction

The Senior Parent Gala and Auction promises to be an exciting and fun evening for all with dancing, a silent auction, appetizers and more!

When: Nov 2, 2019 7pm in Holliston, MA

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About Holliston, MA
The Town of Holliston Massachusetts was founded in 1724 and is located in Middlesex County.

Holliston was named in honor of Thomas Hollis Esquire of London, England, a benefactor of Harvard College. Currently Holliston has a year round population of about 14000 residents.

Holliston is a rural bedroom community.