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Patriotism goes on stage at The Prizery

Patriotic music that swells your heart?  Broadway show tunes to make your foot tap?   Humorous songs that leave you chuckling?  Inspirational ballads that move you?  There’s something for everyone in The Prizery’s Red, White & Blue Patriotic Concert, which opens the day after the Fourth of July.  

Prizery summer show 'Cinderella' comes to close this weekend

“Impossible, for a plain yellow pumpkin to become a golden carriage”…or is it?

Halifax resident jams with guitar great

Donnie Beadles, local guitarist, had the opportunity to trade hot guitar licks with Robert Randolph this past weekend at Norfolk’s Bayou Boogaloo and Cajun Food Festival.

CONCERT CALENDAR: Check out what's happening

THIS WEEK/WEEKEND

South Boston Farmers Market … Benefit for Gary Whitt June 29, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Music by The Bluegrass Five 6-7 p.m. Many other activities as well.

Diverse cast a mix of talent, experience for Prizery’s Summer Theatre Celebration

Chris Jones, artistic director at The Prizery and director of Summer Theatre Celebration’s three shows, has assembled a varied and talented cast to once again entertain theatre patrons over the summer. 

‘Cinderella’ opens Thursday

What do fairy godmothers, evil stepsisters and a prince all have in common — one beautiful young woman, Cinderella.  

CONCERT CALENDAR: Check out what's happening

Spare Times Grill, South Boston … DJ Keith Driver and karaoke June 20;  Dane Ferguson June 22.

Veteran actors bring villains to life in Prizery production

Sure, the princess and her handsome prince are the central focus, but no production of “Cinderella” can really succeed without the right women playing opposite the happy couple. 

Third Thursdays event brings music, movies to downtown SoBo

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he first Third Thursday event of the year will be held on Thursday, June 21, in “The Green” next to Carter Bank and Trust and across from Bistro 1888 in downtown South Boston starting at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free to a family evening of entertainment and fun.

‘Happily Ever After’ a reality for Summer Theatre celebration stars

 

When the email arrived in the early morning hours of a late spring day, Jocelyn Lonquist’s response was exactly what you would expect from a fairy tale princess.

Student receives art scholarship to N.Y. institute

Halifax County High School graduate Miya Wright of South Boston placed first in the high school graduate category earning a $1,000 scholarship to The Art Institute of New York City.