When Chase Padgett performs his “Six Guitars” show at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at The Prizery, the audience will be treated to a show that is pretty much not like others they might have seen there before.
Halifax County and South Boston artists walked away with wins at the 36th annual Danville Art League Spring Show opening held at The Institute for Advanced Learning and Research in Danville on March 31.
Taylor Elizabeth Ashwell is ready to take the spotlight in the lead role of Matilda Wormwood in the upcoming HCLT production of “Matilda The Musical,” directed by Shane Brogden.
The organization is calling on people who like to “think outside the box” by designing a LOVEworks sign.
Halifax County Little Theatre will bring “Matilda The Musical,” based on the book by Roald Dahl, to The Prizery stage in March.
Halifax County Little Theatre will bring “Matilda The Musical,” based on the book by Roald Dahl, to The Prizery stage this spring.
Lee Dean promises more than just music at his Swinging with Sinatra show at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, at The Prizery.
Larnell Starkey and the Spiritual Seven Gospel Singers of Virginia will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 5, at The Prizery’s Chastain Theater in South Boston.
The energy and enthusiasm of a successful Art Gala and Show were shared by Art Show Chairperson Frances Harrell, Prizery Executive Director Melanie Cornelison-Jannotta, Prizery Board President Denise Hudson and volunteers at a follow-up meeting Friday.
The Prizery is gearing up for a weekend of seasonal activities.
Sunday’s Choplin Community Concert at First Baptist Church on Main Street in South Boston was a well-attended community gift to attendees.
What is the difference between grand opera and a performance by The 3 Redneck Tenors?
Wilma Edmondson has been offered a role in the TV series “Swagger,” a sports drama based on basketball star Kevin Durant’s youth.
Composer, conductor and humorist Pepper Choplin will be conducting a community choir at 6 p.m. Sunday at First Baptist Church in South Boston.
The Prizery is planning to produce “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” for the 2022 holiday season.
A magical evening of artwork, décor, cuisine, friendships and new friends describes the 2022 Affair of the Art Show and Gala.
Steinway concert pianist Thomas Pandolfi is particularly eager to make his third appearance at The Prizery on Thursday.
Chase Padgett is a musician, storyteller and comedian who will bring his one-man show, “6 Guitars,” to The Prizery’s Chastain Theater on at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1.
Halifax County native Kay Heartwell Franz will join 50 additional local and regional artists at The Prizery’s Art Gala opening on Oct. 8.
The Halifax County Little Theatre finally has found a place to call home, after being part of the community since 1955. The all-volunteer organization has purchased the former Seymour Interiors building at 1717 Seymour Drive in South Boston.
Destination Downtown South Boston will host Movies on Main at 7:45 p.m. Friday in Constitution Square.
The Prizery recently announced the upcoming lineup for fall classes and workshops.
After a hiatus of five years, the Affair of the Arts fundraising event returns to The Prizery and offers different levels of sponsorship and support for both companies and art enthusiasts to contribute to local cultural, arts and education center.
Destination Downtown South Boston invites residents to Movies on Main at 8:30 p.m. Friday in Constitution Square.
Kelly Glyptis, who performed for three years in Summer Theater, is the latest South Boston Prizery alum to land a big theatrical role.
Destination Downtown South Boston invites the public to Movies on Main at 8:30 p.m. Friday in Constitution Square.
A party atmosphere will be in store for people coming to see The Holiday Band at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at The Prizery in South Boston.
The Prizery this week to announce the second half of the 2022 performance season, which includes a mix of returning favorites, upcoming new artists and new programs.
For the past month, local band Spot Check Willie has been basking in the success of their single, “Red Dressed Woman.”
Even before Claire Wilson was out of college, she was passing her theater knowledge on to younger people.
It’s tough following an actor or actress who “owns” a role. Think of Judy Garland and “The Wizard of Oz,” Barbra Streisand in “Funny Girl” or Tom Cruise in “Top Gun.”
Though they’re from New York, Jonah Barricklo’s family is quite familiar with the Prizery Summer Theater. Barricklo’s sister, Jenna, performed in both Mamma Mia and Mary Poppins in the last season in 2019.
The Virginia Cantaloupe Festival is making a long-awaited comeback after a two-year pandemic break on Friday, July 22, at Berry Hill Resort, and welcomes music provided by The Konnection Band and Crawford & Power as this year’s featured entertainment.
The Prizery will provide six weeks of summer arts camps next month.
Parsons-Bruce Art Association in partnership with The Prizery is offering a 4-day art camp this summer.
After a two-year hiatus during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Prizery staff were excited to bring back a full season of summer stock theatre with Footloose and A Chorus Line.
The Lake Country Artisans Guild will open a two-month exhibit at The Prizery in South Boston with a free reception open to all from 3 to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
On Saturday, June 4, The Prizery will host a screening of “Cracked Foundation” by South Boston filmmaker Stephanie P. Green.
As The Prizery gears up for another memorable season of summer theatre, the organization is still in need of host families to house its seasonal workers, which consist of the performance cast and technical crew.
The opening night of Halifax County Little Theatre’s “Exit Laughing” is fast approaching.
Halifax County Little Theatre is in rehearsal for its next production, “Exit Laughing,” a comedy by Paul Elliott.
The story is from a fairy tale, but what makes “Billy Goats Gruff” different is the music. It comes from opera scores by Mozart, Donizetti and Rossini.
High-class music is coming to South Boston on Saturday, April 30, in an afternoon show designed for children and an evening show for all ages.
In a city with a scarcity of jazz, Robert Jospé attempts to make his music accessible to all.
The Robert Josp Quartet will perform jazz at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 23, at The Prizery’s Chastain Theater.
In every large show or musical, there are lead characters and supporting characters.
Lots of people love to come to musicals, and one thing they can always count on is seeing lots of dancing to go along with the music.
Halifax County Little Theatre’s upcoming show “Junie B Jones the Musical Jr” features loads of students, just like any normal school.