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August 28, 2014 2:19 PM

Dancers to perform in ‘Wonders of Mexico’ at Orpheum

Once upon a time, a priest from Mexico serving in the United States taught the struggling kids in his parish to dance. The young people turned out to be such naturals that they eventually took the show on the road. Their traveling troupe will be in Wichita on Saturday to present “The Wonders of Mexico.”

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