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PHOTO GALLERY: Hickman High School prepares for 'White Christmas' production

Tuesday, November 15, 2011 | 7:55 p.m. CST

Hickman High School is preparing to put on its largest musical performance ever. The show can be seen on Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

Dylan Hosmer-Quint waits backstage with the rest of the featured dancers during a dress rehearsal of "White Christmas" on Wednesday at Hickman High School.
Rosie Robinson fixes the vest of fellow chorus member Ronald Mitchell-Green backstage during dress rehearsal for "White Christmas" on Wednesday at Hickman High School. The students have been rehearsing since September.
Carly Fischer, who plays Gloria, runs backstage from one side of the stage to the other between acts during a dress rehearsal for "White Christmas" on Wednesday at Hickman High School. Most of the actors in the play have a lot of costume changes and have to run back and forth between the changing room and the stage. The chorus has eight costume changes.
Olivia Jones and Madalyn Delcourt perform as sisters Judy and Betty Hanes during a dress rehearsal for "White Christmas" on Wednesday at Hickman High School. Opening night for the play is Thursday.

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