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Broadway music rings in Habersham
Community thespians to sing an array of musicals
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‘Broadway Bound’

When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday

Where: Habersham Theater, 1370 Washington St., Clarkesville.

Cost: $10 for adults; $5 for students

Contact: www.habershamtheater.org

“Broadway Bound,” a revue of musical theater solo, duet and ensemble hits will be performed by Habersham Community Theatre young stars Saturday and Sunday.

Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at the Historic Habersham Theater in Clarkesville.

Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students. Tickets may be purchased by calling 706-839-1315 or visiting www.habershamtheater.org.

Selections from Disney’s “Snow White” production will be featured. Singing Snow White’s songs will be Christie Taylor with Austin Solesbee as the prince. The seven dwarves tunes will be Brensley Adams, Jolie Ford, Makayla Ryals, Skyler Voss, Caroline Williams, Mary Catherine Williams and Megan Zimmerman. Other performers include Jorjanne Flake, Nathaniel Caudell and Lawson Lewallen.

The young singers also will perform songs from “Annie,” “Oliver” and “Peter Pan,” featuring soloists Hendricks Coates and Madeline Palmer.

LeAnne Nicholson, who was seen in numerous HCT productions, returns to sing “The Girl in 14G.”

HCT 2013 scholarship winner and Brenau University voice major Shelby Cody will sing “No Good Deed” from “Wicked.” Cody was seen in many roles at HCT including “Annie.”

Another former HCT star, Zack Smagur will sing “They Call the Wind Maria” from “Paint Your Wagon.” Last March, Smagur won the Georgia NATS first place award in music theater. He is a music theater major at Piedmont.

High school students Nathaniel Caudell, Peyton Kinnarath, Lawson Lewallen, Tori Sesam, Maggie Smagur and Austin Solesbee will perform other favorite solos and duets from such shows as “Camelot,” “South Pacific,” “Les Miserables” and “Phantom of the Opera.”

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