'Sebastian the Digger Dog' wows kids in Edmond

Members of Rhythmically Speaking performed “Sebastian the Digger Dog” this week at the Edmond Library.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: June 21, 2013 at 5:39 pm •  Published: June 22, 2013
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Members of Rhythmically Speaking performed “Sebastian the Digger Dog” this week at the Edmond Library.

The play tells the tale of Sebastian Oliver Williams III, a dog known for taking shoes, socks, jewelry and anything else to hide in holes in his neighborhood. While burying Miss Betty's Mardi Gras beads he discovers the fossilized bone of a Saurophaganax, the official Oklahoma state dinosaur.

The play is being performed at libraries through the library system this summer. For a schedule, visit www.mls.lib.ok.us.


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