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Photos by Joseph Gresser

WEBs wonderful life bailey kids

The Bailey children get ready to go on Friday, December 12, in the QNEK production of It’s A Wonderful Life. Cazian Comeau-Elman (center) keeps a sharp eye on the other actors while Charli Kellaway (left) and John Meredith relax for a moment.

WEBs wonderful life baileys

Two lovebirds in a formerly rundown nest, Mary and George Bailey (Nancy Rumery at left and John Young at right), led the excellent cast of It's a Wonderful Life, a live radio play at the Memphremagog Arts Collaborative Center for the Arts.

WEBs wonderful life del rio trio

No 1940s radio show would be complete without three singing sisters. QNEK's production of It’s A Wonderful Life featured (left to right) Heidi Walsh as Dona Del Rio, Zoe Lucas as Lana Del Rio, and Nicki Campbell as Ana Del Rio, as the Del Rio Trio.

WEBs wonderful life uncle billy

Singer Nicki Campbell waits to deliver her line as Brian McCrae, in the role of announcer Freddie Filmore, reads a commercial in QNEK’s production of It’s A Wonderful Life, staged at the Memphremagog Arts Collaborative Center for the Arts.

WEBs wonderful life wind machine

Even while cranking the wind machine, stage manager Lisa Foster keeps a close eye on her script. Behind her, Nancy Rumery, who played Mary Bailey, waits her turn at the microphone, during the radio drama held before a live audience.

WEBs wonderful life zuzu

John Young as George Bailey keeps his place as Zuzu Bailey (Caresse Comeau-Elman) speaks her piece. Nino Martini (Chris Sellers) tickles the ivory as director Phil Gosselin, far right, keeps an eye on the whole production of It's a Wonderful Life.

The Bailey children get ready to go on Friday, December 12, in the QNEK production of It’s A Wonderful Life.  Cazian Comeau-Elman (center) keeps a sharp eye on the other actors while Charli Kellaway (left) and John Meredith relax for a moment.Two lovebirds in a formerly rundown nest, Mary and George Bailey (Nancy Rumery at left and John Young at right), led the excellent cast of It's a Wonderful Life, a live radio play at the Memphremagog Arts Collaborative Center for the Arts.No 1940s radio show would be complete without three singing sisters.  QNEK's production of It’s A Wonderful Life featured (left to right) Heidi Walsh as Dona Del Rio, Zoe Lucas as Lana Del Rio, and Nicki Campbell as Ana Del Rio, as the Del Rio Trio.Singer Nicki Campbell waits to deliver her line as Brian McCrae, in the role of announcer Freddie Filmore, reads a commercial in QNEK’s production of It’s A Wonderful Life, staged at the Memphremagog Arts Collaborative Center for the Arts.Even while cranking the wind machine, stage manager Lisa Foster keeps a close eye on her script.  Behind her, Nancy Rumery, who played Mary Bailey, waits her turn at the microphone, during the radio drama held before a live audience.John Young as George Bailey keeps his place as Zuzu Bailey (Caresse Comeau-Elman) speaks her piece.  Nino Martini (Chris Sellers) tickles the ivory as director Phil Gosselin, far right, keeps an eye on the whole production of It's a Wonderful Life.

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