Inclusion not Seclusion: a play

Young performers with Mountain Dream Productions will being singing and dancing on stage at Sidney’s Mary Winspear Centre

Dancers from the Mountain Dream Productions get ready to perform in the musical Inclusion Not Seclusion at the Mary Winspear Centre May 1 to 3.

SIDNEY — Young performers with Mountain Dream Productions will being singing and dancing on stage at Sidney’s Mary Winspear Centre next month, in the musical, Inclusion Not Seclusion.

The musical is designed to help elementary and middle school students better understand why they should try to include all of their peers in their day-to-day activities — even if they are different in some way.

The musical will be offered to students from a variety of south Island schools.

From May 1 to 3, the troupe will be on stage at the Centre’s Charlie White Theatre, performing for Greater Victoria-area school students.

On May 8, they pack up the show and head over to Salt Spring Island, where they will perform for elementary school students there. 

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