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The lessons of war

Glenlawn theatre students embark on emotional journey to tell story of slave labourers, prisoners

Kay Tworek (middle) and her daughter, Glenlawn Collegiate community liaison worker Margaret Lapenskie, look at part of the script with cast members Carina McLennan (second left) and Anni Irving (left) during rehearsal on Mon., Nov. 4, 2013, for the Glenlawn Collegiate's Remembrance Day production of Pig Dog,  which is based on Tworek's experiences during the Second World War.

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Kay Tworek (middle) and her daughter, Glenlawn Collegiate community liaison worker Margaret Lapenskie, look at part of the script with cast members Carina McLennan (second left) and Anni Irving (left) during rehearsal on Mon., Nov. 4, 2013, for the Glenlawn Collegiate's Remembrance Day production of Pig Dog, which is based on Tworek's experiences during the Second World War. Purchase Photo Print

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