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01/27/2017 01:43 pm ET Updated Jan 30, 2017

In The Documentary 'Midsummer In Newtown,' Sandy Hook Families Use Art To Heal

See a clip from the new movie.

In the face of tragedy, there must come hope. The community of Newtown, Connecticut, realized as much in the wake of 2012’s Sandy Hook Elementary shootings. If you know where to look, the hope that has poured out of that town over the past few years is overwhelming.

The new documentary “Midsummer in Newtown” explores local efforts to use art as a healing tool, specifically through a children’s theater production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Above, The Huffington Post has an exclusive clip from the movie, which opens in New York on Friday and expands to additional theaters next week. 

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