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The Delightful Cast Behind the Fargo Production of Snow White

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During the holidays, everyone hopes to fill their homes with warmth of family and the cheer of togetherness. It's the same mission Hope Inc. Is working towards year-round as they give children with disabilities the opportunity to do things they normally wouldn't be able to do. And, this weekend in North Fargo, their months of hard work are on display in one delightful show for everyone to ring in some holiday cheer.
This holiday season, when the temperature outside is as low as the nerves behind Jack Gellner's beard, the warmth you're looking for just might be inside this Happy dwarf's attitude.
"It's super fun to do it, because Hope Inc. Sets up all this and I get do it with my family," the boy, dressed as Snow White's Happy the dwarf, said.
Jack is one of a few dozen kids pulling his family together through the activities Hope Inc. plans. 
"Every year he's looking to see who he gets to be and who he gets to sign up for," Jack's mom, Kristi who is dressed as Snow White, said. "It's really fun that his sister gets to be in it with him, as well. And next year, he has a younger brother who's thinking he's going to sign up for it with his big brother, Jack."
This is a cast of different character, tied together with colorful enthusiasm. A cast where Cameryn Peterson, just 12 years old, found her calling.
"She's very theatrical, and she's always about acting and performance," Brian Moore, her father, said.
On a stage where her voice shines, Cameryn's differences become her opportunities. She's playing the role of Maleficant, using the computer in her wheelchair to voice her lines. In fact, the real struggle in playing Maleficant is that scowl-- that's just so not her!
It's the warmest production of Snow White you'll find in the Far North.
"It's going to be a really good play. So, you can come on and see Snow White and the dwarves. It's cold outside, but it will be worth it," Jack said.
If you want to catch the show, they have one more performance Saturday, December 7th at 10 a.m. at the Masonic Temple in North Fargo.

 

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