Many enjoying 'The Forgotten Carols'

Dec 1 2012 - 10:42pm

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Michael McLean and Kelly Kuhnen Butler perform in “The Forgotten Carols” at Weber State University’s Dee Events Center in Ogden on Friday. (ROBBY LLOYD/Special to the Standard-Examiner)
Michael McLean and Kelly Kuhnen Butler perform in “The Forgotten Carols” at Weber State University’s Dee Events Center in Ogden on Friday. (ROBBY LLOYD/Special to the Standard-Examiner)
Michael McLean and Kelly Kuhnen Butler perform in “The Forgotten Carols” at Weber State University’s Dee Events Center in Ogden on Friday. (ROBBY LLOYD/Special to the Standard-Examiner)
Michael McLean and Kelly Kuhnen Butler perform in “The Forgotten Carols” at Weber State University’s Dee Events Center in Ogden on Friday. (ROBBY LLOYD/Special to the Standard-Examiner)

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OGDEN -- Many Top of Utah residents have been enjoying "The Forgotten Carols" at Weber State University.

The musical by Utahn Michael McLean tells the story of a nurse, Constance, whose empty life is changed by her patient, John, who has alleged psychiatric tendencies over the holidays.

John walks her through the untold carols of the more "forgotten" characters in the Christmas story.

Those "Forgotten Carols" are original songs from the perspective of such characters as the innkeeper who turned the young couple away and the shepherd who slept through the angel's announcement.

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