With Disney’s “Frozen” animated film, the studio created two of their most loved princesses. A whole generation has grown up imitating Elsa and Anna and singing their songs. The movie version featured the sisters as they grew up and overcame hardships.

In a world filled with princesses and castles, royal balls and evil spells, heroes wait where least expected. Seemingly ordinary individuals arise to save the princesses from threats to their bucolic way of life. When Halifax County Little Theatre’s “Disney Frozen Jr” opens next weekend, aud…

Since it is finally feeling much chillier in the mornings, a Snow Chorus doesn’t sound so bizarre, and Halifax County Little Theatre’s Snow Chorus for the upcoming “Disney Frozen, Jr.” is as American as apple pie. The seven girls who compile the Snow Chorus are hardworking, talented young la…

When Halifax County Little Theatre’s “Disney’s Frozen Jr.” opens Nov. 22 at The Prizery, there will be a lot of interesting characters on stage in the town of Arendelle, and then there will be the Hidden Folk off in the forest, who will be full of fun and fancy, trying to help some of the ma…

Trish Owen, a primarily self-taught abstract artist who comes from a creative family, will be the featured artist in the Robert F. Cage Gallery at The Prizery at 3 p.m. Sunday when a free reception and showing will held that is open to the public.

The small town of Arendelle in Halifax County Little Theatre’s “Disney Frozen Jr.” is, in reality, based on an actual town, the Norwegian town of Arendal, to the southwest of the Norwegian capital, Oslo. And like most towns, the fictional Arendelle is composed of mostly good people, with the…

Halifax County Little Theatre is in the midst of the rehearsal process for “Disney Frozen Jr.,” with rehearsals running three times a week as director Jessica Rose Hayes trains the young actors and actresses in the blocking and line delivery of the modern yet already iconic show for millions…

Maggie Snead, a young entrepreneur with business savvy, will be at the 2019 Holiday Living Show with her selection of wreaths, Christmas decor, candles, snow globes, fairy bottles, bath bombs, lip balm, scarves, slime and the list goes on.

A large crowd of people enjoyed a fun Tuesday evening at the 109th annual Halifax County Fair riding the rides, playing games and listening to the participants at the 4-H Share the Fun Talent Show.

Any parent or grandparent who has had a young girl in their lives during the last six years knows there is one Disney feature they have heard hundreds of times. The generation who grew up from infancy on “Let it Go” now has the chance to experience it live on The Prizery stage as Elsa, Anna,…

It’s all about the energy, and musician turned standup comedian Donnie Hughes has scored a spot on an upcoming Netflix show called “3 Insane Comedians.”

South Boston native John Greer is presenting an art exhibit through Oct. 17 at The Prizery in the Robert F. Cage Gallery.

It’s time to purchase tickets for the second annual mixology competition, Art of the Cocktail, coming to The Prizery on Friday night, starting at 6 p.m. and continuing until 10 p.m.

Valory Music Company recording artist Tyler Rich, best known for his National Top 40 Country single, “The Difference,” is making a stop at the 109th annual Halifax County Fair.

Halifax County Little Theatre is preparing for its 64th year, and the season features a variety of shows where someone or many “Take a Risk.” Season brochures will be going out in early fall about musicals and plays which involve risk-taking.

More than 185 students participated in Kids Kollege in July. Students between the ages of 5-12 enjoy enrichment classes in architectural technology, art, cooking, crafts, music, Lego robotics, reading, science, sewing and theater during the two-week session held July 8-12 and July 15-19. Cla…

Festival sponsors hope to see area residents at the biggest party of the summer, the Virginia Cantaloupe Festival.

Way back in the 1990’s, I had the pleasure of meeting Delbert Hall who owned a rigging company that Halifax County Little Theatre hired to fly Peter Pan. In that production, the flying was a bit more involved, because we were flying four performers instead of one performer, Mary Poppins.