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HERE'S A CHANCE TO RE-SEE STARFEST V

When STARfest V took to the Reichhold Center for the Arts stage last May, the crew of the Digital Video Institute based at the center was hard at work recording the sights and sounds from start to finish.
On Wednesday, Nov. 10, they'll show the recording on the theater's big cinema-size screen. The public's invited, and admission is free.
Begun and directed annually by Reichhold director David Edgecombe, the annual local talent revue reached its pinnacle of production professionalism this year, with elaborate staging, lighting, choreography and back-screen image projection. But after three nights of performances, it was history.
Except it's not. Now, thanks to DVI, those who saw it and would love to see it again can do so, and those who missed it have another opportunity to see it after all.
The performers: vocalists Divina Nicole Muse Hart, Clarence Husband Jr., Switcha Kyat, Dwight "Bruniyah" Bruney, JoAnne "Jazzy JoJo" Saunders, Shadee Thomas, Jamila Connor and Jose "Robbie" Encarnacion; rapper Alford "Watambo" Richards Jr.; dancer Princess Penn; vocal ensembles Klymax and Ethnique; V.I. Institute of Performing Arts dancers and perennial master of ceremonies Robert Luke.
Curtain time is 7 p.m. and admission's free. To learn more, call 693-1559.

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