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Area actors portray North Georgia natives on stage
Area actors portray native Northeast Georgians in the play "Headwaters: Didja Hear?" The play runs from July 10-21

"Headwaters: Didja Hear?" a community play by and about the people from Northeast Georgia, is entering its seventh and final year in the Sautee Nacoochee Center’s historic gymnasium.

The cast of community members gathers one last time to relate rich stories at 8 p.m. Wednesday through Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays, July 10-21. Tickets are $6 to $21. Seating is first-come, first-served.

The performance is two hours and includes an intermission. Soft drinks and water will be for sale in the box office.

"Headwaters: Didja Hear?" is crafted from stories gathered in White, Habersham, Rabun, Stephens, Banks, Lumpkin, Union and Hall counties, and performed by people from those counties. The entertaining play was a hit with audiences during its premiere production. The script, songs, movements and puppetry have been revised and refined for the final episode in the "Headwaters" series, which will conclude a seven-year adventure of portraying life in a place that’s still a little bit wild.

Parking is available on the Sautee Nacoochee Center campus at 283 Ga. 255 N. Reserve the asphalt parking lot adjacent to the school house building for people with mobility impairments. Parking on grass and gravel is available next to the softball field, and in front of the Cannery Building.