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BRMS Students Take on Classic in Performance of ‘Mary Poppins Jr.’

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School drama club performed “Mary Poppins, Jr.” for the spring musical in late April.

The play is based on one of the most popular Disney movies ever when the nanny Mary Poppins comes to the Banks family in England to care for Jane and Michael.

In the cast were Quincy Swan, Johnny Donato, Kiley Baxter, Margot McCann, Matthew McBurney, Olivia DiRado, Kristina Houston, Kairon Hansen, Lainey Cooper, Bhuvanesh Prabakhar, Valentina Altman, Jasmine Naylor, Dale Brochinsky, Ian Katz, Marcus Polcano, Sofia Pasqua, Roxanna Gandolfe, Brett McManus, Alexia Mitchko and Amanda Bast.

— Photos by Dawn Wilde

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