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November 18, 2005

Albany- Actor and playwright Cedric Liqueur presented a one-man performance of a medley of works.

Students say it was an honor to watch Liqueur bring many of the works they've been studying to life.

"The way that he goes from character to character it's very realistic," says junior Joy Raybon.

"It was just truly an honor and a privilege for a man of such diversity to come to Dougherty Comprehensive High School," says senior Joseph Sheffield.

"I thought he was splendid. He brought something that Dougherty hasn't seen before, ,so I was feeling it," says senior Sidena Smith.

Liqueur also performed pieces from the Renaissance Era and well as some biblical scriptures.

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