MISS AMELIA (Tori Kientz) leads her students on a walk at the boarding school. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum
MR. CARRISFORD (John Sanguinetti), left, and Mr. Carmichael (Dan Clark), right, are surprised when they find Sara Crewe (Trinity Harwell) who they had been searching for after her father, a friend and business partner died. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum
BANISHED TO THE ATTIC by Ms. Minchin (Dale Wallerstein) after learning that Sara Crewe (Trinity Harwell) was a poor beggar, Sara and Becky (Rylie Coble) who also has been forced to live in the shoddy dwelling, use their imaginations to transport to a happier place. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum
SARA CREWE (Trinity Harwell) finds out that her father has died and that her life will change drastically in "A Little Princess" opening Thursday, Nov. 30. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum
MISS MINCHIN (Dale Wallerstein), seated, head of the boarding school, talks with her staff, left to right, Ms. Amelia (Tori Kientz), and maids (Karen Wolfe and Haley Clark) about the arrival of Sara Crewe to the school. For ticket information call 530-642-0404. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum
WITH A LITTLE INDIAN magic Ram Dass (Bob Steele), standing second from right, finds Sara Crewe and Becky living in the attic of the boarding school. Harem dancers from left to right: Anna Rapetto, Anna Salvestrin, and Grace Harrison. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum
THE LITTLE PRINCESS Sara Crewe (Trinity Harwell) is the new girl at Ms. Minchin's boarding school after her father has to leave her behind for business in India. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum
STUDENTS AT THE boarding school in Imagination Theater's production of "A Little Princess" get unruly. Playing some of the ensemble of students from left to right are Grace Silvestrin, Taryn Harwell and Kelsi Havercroft. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum

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