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Legend of St. Nicholas Told in Interactive Drama at Glen Ellyn History Center

Describing the three gentlemen on his left, Doug Ward, Bill Arick and Tom Vogelsinger as trouble makers Saint Nicholas had to conquer, Lynch got the audience all involved in what became of these characters who made trouble for him along the way.
Describing the three gentlemen on his left, Doug Ward, Bill Arick and Tom Vogelsinger as trouble makers Saint Nicholas had to conquer, Lynch got the audience all involved in what became of these characters who made trouble for him along the way.

 Photo Caption 1:      Sunday, December 15 at 2:00 PM, a hush fell over the audience as actor Terry Lync swept on stage in a long red velvet coat with ermine fur trim.  Encircling his head was a Christmas wreath and the hair on his head was long and pure white  He also wore a very large white mustache and long beard.  The crowd clapped as he bowed and introduced himself as Saint Nicholas.  For forty-fiive minutes he held them spell bound as he interacted with select guests and used them to illustrate his story. 

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