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Youth in the community on stage this month


May 05, 2017

There’s a lot going on the Boro this month in the arts world – and a lot of it is being done by young people.

First off, “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” is being performed at the Averitt by the Statesboro Youth Theater, with opening night on May 4. The Youth Ballet and the Statesboro Chamber Orchestra and Youth Strings will also present their spring showcases, on May 20 and May 13, respectively.

Then there’s the annual tradition of a night of vaudeville-style entertainment at Statesboro High School. You won’t want to miss this year’s show, scheduled for May 20. For only $5, it’s a real value and a night of fantastic fun, and we have a story on the show.

In this issue, we’ve also included a feature on Splash in the Boro, which has added new features for the new season that we know you will love. Be sure to check out the article on this great part of our community.

We’re also featuring a story on area summer camps for art, theater and music. Parents, be sure to give it a read to help you determine where your children can spend some quality time this summer.

Curious about the local music scene? Look no further. We’ve got the scoop here.

We hope you enjoy this issue as much as we’ve been enjoying the great spring weather. It’s the perfect time of year to get out and enjoy all the great entertainment and fun activities in our area. And don’t forget, we’d love to publish your photos as you’re out enjoying all this great stuff – just send them to me at amorrison@connectstatesboromagazine.com, and be sure to include names and the location/event information.

Happy reading!


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