To celebrate the changing seasons as local residents are preparing for their summer holidays, a new arts based exhibit is coming to the South Boston-Halifax County Museum of Fine Arts and History.

Parsons-Bruce Art Association will present an “Artisans Boutique” featuring 11 Lake Country Artisans Guild members in a three-month art exhibit at The Prizery beginning June 2.

The Prizery is currently conducting a Kickstarter campaign for its upcoming productions of “Mary Poppins” and “Mamma Mia.” The campaign is named “Make Mary Poppins Fly.”

A musical/play written by Halifax County High School student Lillian Savage will debut at 7 p.m. Monday on The Prizery stage with the presentation of “Not Like a Fairy Tale — Once Upon a Teen.” 

Opening night of Halifax County Little Theatre’s revival of their most popular musical ever is fast approaching. “Smokey Joe’s Café,” directed by the team of Victoria and Bob Thomasson, set records for attendance 11 years ago, and people have continuously asked HCLT to bring this show back e…

Sometimes, life brings one full circle. A person starts somewhere and plants his or her roots a certain place but moves on during another stage of life. Yet later, that person comes back to where he or she started with a whole new perspective. Such is the life of Mark Anthony, Halifax County…

March is Youth Art Month. Selected artwork will be on display at The Prizery for Youth Art Month in the art show, “Celebrating Student Art Month in Halifax County,” through Wednesday.

The 16th Annual Halifax County Heritage and Antique Machinery Festival is shaping up to be one of the best yet with tractor pulls, quarter scale pulls, mud bogs and toe-tapping gospel and bluegrass music.

What does Halifax County Little Theatre do when everyone keeps saying, “Bring it back!” Well, they brought it back! “Smokey Joe’s Café” is comin’ back! The live band, the singers, the dancers and the great music of Leiber and Stoller are rockin’ and rollin’ again April 25 to May 5.

Most individuals go through life looking for connections with other people that make their days more meaningful. If they are lucky, they manage to establish a few friends that will be there through thick and thin.

Lauren Gregory, office manager of Gregory's Florist in South Boston, presents a copy of the book, "Tropical Storm Michael Hits Halifax County/South Boston, Va." to Jennifer Bryant, South Boston/Halifax County Museum of Fine Arts and History museum director. The book highlights the aftermath …

Two first cousins, playing two sisters, who befriend two real-life friends, playing opposite type roommates in The Prizery’s production of Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple” – Whew! It’s complicated! But even better, it’s funny.

For more than 30 years, March has been Music in Our Schools Month, and on Thursday, over 300 students will be performing at Halifax County High School as part of the district’s second annual Halifax County Public Schools Music Showcase.

Angela Townes-Yancey has been named the new managing director of The Prizery, announced Phillipa DeRamus, Prizery board of directors president, on Friday.

Cluster Springs Elementary School hosted Halifax County’s Got Talent on Jan. 25. The show consisted of 13 acts with participants ranging from grades K-12 and a Halifax County Public school employee.

“We can have lots of good fun that is funny!” These words by The Cat in the Hat capture the ideas of Halifax County Little Theatre’s latest production, “Seussical,” featuring a mash-up of several stories played out in memorable and entertaining style.

Throughout the years, there have been several well-known girl group: The Supremes, the Spice Girls, The Pointer Sisters and Destiny’s Child. Now, in “Seussical the Musical,” there are the Bird Girls. These flirty, fluffy, femme fatales run around the Jungle of Nool, searching for a singer to…

When Halifax County Little Theatre’s production of “Seussical” opens mid-February, audiences will get to meet the Wickersham Brothers. They’re simply a lot like kids who tease, play pranks and get a kick out of making mischief, although often at others’ expense.