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Young love story

Nick Begg and Mikaila Tombe fill the roles of Tony and Maria in Dover Bay Secondary School’s production of West Side Story.  - MELISSA FRYER/The News Bulletin
Nick Begg and Mikaila Tombe fill the roles of Tony and Maria in Dover Bay Secondary School’s production of West Side Story.
— image credit: MELISSA FRYER/The News Bulletin

Nick Begg and Mikaila Tombe fill the roles of Tony and Maria in Dover Bay Secondary School’s production of West Side Story.

The play follows the classic Romeo and Juliet theme, where the two young lovers find themselves on opposite sides of a social divide.

The play runs Dec. 7-10 at the school. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $10; $8/students and available at More Than Movies or the school office.

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