Super Museum Sunday!

YES, IT’S BACK!!!

April 2 – April 11

Coming Soon: New Realm Brewing and Distillery

Friday, April 2 – Sunday, April 4

Vintage Market Days of Savannah: Savannah Convention Center 10am – 4pm daily. Tickets

April 9 – May 30

Legends Live on at The Savannah Theater: From the Beatles to Bruno Mars

Take a journey through the decades of timeless music as the international singing group, LEGACY pays tribute to some of the most iconic legends of all time. From The Beatles to Bruno Mars and The Four Seasons to Earth Wind & Fire, this show is jam packed with hits leaving you dancing in the audience! Tickets can be purchased here or by calling 912-233-7764

Select Dates in April

Potable Gold, Savannah’s Madeira Tradition: Join the Davenport House Museum for their annual celebration of the Madeira Tradition on April 1, 2,16, 22, and 30th at 5:30 p.m. Guests will experience the historic atmosphere of the Davenport House in a socially distanced format while learning about and tasting a unique and flavorful wine. Patrons are oriented to the long and rich tradition of Madeira as it relates to the history of Savannah and will participate in a Madeira party. The performance requires that guests be able to walk up and down stairs and maneuver in the candlelit rooms. Admission is $22 and guests must be 21 years or older. Attendance is limited to 10 participants per performance due to COVID-19 safety protocols.

Saturday, April 3

Glorious Egg Hunt: Bringing you a huge Easter event with food trucks, local makers and many local vendors. Gates open at noon with The Hunt starting at 2pm and continues while supplies lasts (so get here early and bring your favorite basket!); there will be over 1,000 eggs filled with treasures! A photo booth will be setup for photos. Event ends at 6pm. Right after hunting stop by the marshmallow station and make candied marshmallows for only $2 per child! 14 Brassler Blvd.

Sunday, April 4

Elegant Easter Brunch – 700 Kitchen Cooking School: Interactive Cooking Class at the Mansion on Forsyth

This Easter, trade Easter eggs for Savannah-style Eggs Benedict and a Deviled Egg Trio during the “Elegant Easter Brunch” cooking class on April 4 from 9 a.m.-noon or 1- 4 p.m. This interactive cooking class at The Mansion on Forsyth Park’s 700 Kitchen Cooking School led by master-inspired culinary artist Jason Winn invites guests to enjoy classic Easter dishes, discover new holiday favorites and indulge in spring-inspired desserts. Mimosas will be served at the beginning of class in addition to coffee, juice, fresh fruit and danishes. Menu items include Eggs Benedict, ‘Savannah’ Country Ham, Collard Greens, Roasted Tomato Hollandaise; She Crab Soup; Raspberry Cream Cheese Filled French Toast; Deviled Egg Trio; and Roasted Rack of Lamb with Herbed Yogurt Sauce. Also enjoy desserts including Coconut Cream Pie, Key Lime Pie and Buttermilk Blueberry Pie.

Classes at the 700 Kitchen Cooking School are all-inclusive, providing guests with the necessary ingredients, equipment and guidance to prepare and enjoy delicious dishes paired with house wines, mimosas and other beverages.

9am – 4pm, 700 Drayton St, $99/person Tickets

Easter Brunch at Plant Riverside’s Stone & Webster Chophouse: Celebrate Easter with a delicious 4-course brunch at Stone & Webster Chophouse!

Stone & Webster Chophouse offers a fresh atmosphere and exceptional service, delivering a new take on the American chophouse experience.

The Easter Brunch menu features a wide variety of entrée selections, including seafood dishes like Jumbo Crab Cake Benedict, Pan Roasted Atlantic Halibut and Fried Oyster Salad as well as Southern homestyle and American classics like Fried Chicken & French Toast, Steak & Egg and Braised Boneless Shortrib.

The brunch, priced at $75/person, also includes a sharing tower of appetizers, a creamy risotto and a selection of mini Easter desserts. Wine pairings are available for each course as well as featured cocktails. Please make reservations on Open Table.

Thursday, April 8

Southbound Brewing Beed Dinner at Hyatt Regency: Please join Southbound Brewery at the Hyatt Regency Savannah for a Four Course Beer Dinner on April 8th, 2021!

The four course dinner will include four Southbound brews paired with a stimulating menu from the Hyatt Regency Savannah culinary team along with some great live music!

Whether you are a couple, small group or individual who loves good beer and great food, come learn about the origins of the brewery and its beer, delve into why Chefs enjoying pairing F&B and live music in a socially distanced setting!

We look forward to welcoming you on April 8th and celebrating together!

Get your tickets at:
https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/5088339

Friday, April 9

Savannah for Morons Tour is BACK!!! Spice up your trip to Savannah with a ride on the funny side! Savannah for Morons is a comedy show on wheels that roasts nearly 300 years of Savannah lore in just 90 minutes. Hosted by the infamous Moron Twins, this outrageous history lesson features entertaining skits, musical numbers, costume changes, and loads of Savannah history. Savannah for Morons is a high-energy, whirlwind comedy trip through some of the most hilarious stories that Savannah has to offer.

  • Complimentary pick-up and return to hotels in the Historic District
  • See your concierge for tickets

March 19 – April 4

Saturday, March 20

Bloom & Grow Farmer’s Market: t’s opening season! We had a great last market season and are now opening back up for the 2021 year. We are welcoming makers, crafters, farmers, and specialty goods into the market this year! Send us an email for consideration. We’re kicking off our first 2021 spring market on the first day of Spring with The Big cheese food truck, and vendors of all sorts. We’ll have short presentations set up for those interested in learning how to grow your own micro-greens at home along with kits to buy. Bring the little ones to paint clay potters and plant seeds to grow at home. The cost for activities is $5 per family up to 3 children and $2 per child after that. This season is all about Blooming & Growing! A vendor list will be released closer to opening on March 20th, 4 pm-7:30 pm. Bring out the kids, the pups, and the fam and enjoy some fresh spring air with us.

  • 4:00 PM  7:30 PM
  • Bloom and Grow open market14 Brasseler Boulevard, Savannah, GA, 31419

Wed, Mar 24 – Fri, Mar 26

Tybee Post Theater presents “The Trial of the Chicago 7”:

After a quiet run through the low-profile critics’ awards, “The Trial of the Chicago 7” showed up on everyone’s radar screen earning four nominations from the Golden Globes, including Best Drama, Best Director, and Best Screenplay.

Brilliant Writer-Director Aaron Sorkin’s monumental courtroom drama is based on the infamous 1969 trial of seven defendants charged by the federal government with conspiracy and more, arising from the countercultural protests in Chicago at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. The trial transfixed the nation and sparked a conversation about mayhem intended to undermine the U.S. government.

While “The Trial of The Chicago 7” takes place a half century ago, the film’s events feel very 2020,with its backdrop of protests against the establishment, police brutality and racism.

“’Chicago 7′ is a crowd pleaser first and foremost, and in that regard it succeeds on almost every level… the energy never flags, resulting in a movie that is by turns exhilarating, devastating, enraging, and inspiring, and above all, wildly entertaining,” write one critic. Rated R

Wed. March 24, 7 pm; Thurs. March 25, 3 & 7 pm; Fri. March 26, 3 & 7 pm

Sunday, March 21

St. Patrick’s Day Concert featuring Irish Vocalist Chloe Agnew: The American Traditions Vocal Competition (ATC) is hosting a one-of-a-kind St. Patrick’s Day concert at 3 p.m. March 21, 2021 at the Savannah Country Club, 501 Wilmington Island Road, featuring globally acclaimed vocalist, Irish born and raised Chloë Agnew, as she performs traditional Irish music in Savannah. Chloë Agnew is a singer, songwriter and actress from Dublin, Ireland. Agnew gained international fame as one of the original (and youngest) members of the world-famous music group “Celtic Woman,” whose debut album was #1 on the Billboard World Music Chart for a record-breaking 81 weeks. 3-4pm, Savannah Country Club, 501 Wilmington Island Road, Wilmington Island, GA 31401 Tickets

March 18, 24 & 25: Tea at the Davenports’

ADMISSION:  $18 per adult. Plus tax.  $14 per child. Plus tax. (Davenport House Museum)

Reservations recommended.  Attendance limited to ten participants.

LENGTH OF PROGRAM: 60 to 75 minutes.

Learn about tea traditions and experience an early 19th-century tea in the historic atmosphere of the Davenport House Museum.  Patrons will tour areas of the historic home where tea service took place and will participate in an afternoon tea with costumed interpreters.  Weather permitting tea will be taken in the garden. The performance requires that guests be able to walk up and downstairs.  

FOR INFORMATION AND SAFETY PROTOCOLS:   info@davenprthousemuseum.org

FOR RESERVATIONSwww.davenporthousemuseum.org; 912-236-8097 

Tuesday, March 23

Estuary Trawl: Climb aboard the 43-foot trawler R/V Sea Dawg for a memorable scientific collecting trip. Participants sample the benthic communities found in tidal rivers and sounds, then identify, sort, count, and record species, environmental and positional data. Discussions include the natural history, diversity, and ecological/commercial significance of findings.

Check-in is at 8:30 a.m. at the UGA Marine Education Center and Aquarium. The boat will leave the dock at 9 a.m. and returns at noon. Participants will be required to wear a mask and practice social distancing for the duration of the trip.

UGA Marine Education Center and Aquarium, 20 Ocean Science Circle, Savannah, GA, 31411

Thursday, March 25

Taste of Adrdsley Station: Join an exciting Trustees’ Garden Tasting Kitchen event of community, food, drink, and fun featuring Savannah’s newest restaurant, Ardsley Station.

Seating is limited, so hurry!

  • Three-part appetizer prepared live by Ardsley Station
  • Interaction and conversation with the chef
  • Cocktail and wine pairings
  • Complimentary old fashioned glass provided by Ghost Coast Distillery
  • Live music
  • Photo opportunities, and more

7 – 9pm, Kehoe Ironworks at Trustees Garden, 660 E Broughton St. Tickets

Saturday, March 27

EGGSTRAVAGANZA at Georgia State Railroad Museum:

Wear your most colorful springtime attire, bring your baskets and come gather springtime treats from friends ready to greet you throughout the site! From 10am – 1pm.

The cost to attend Eggstravaganza is $5 per person for all participants, ages eighteen months and older. Pre-registration is required at http://bit.ly/EggstravaganzaGSRM. Registration will close at midnight the day before the event. Admission is free to Coastal Heritage Society members.

De Soto Street Market: 11am – 6pm, hosted by Two Tides Brewing, 12 West 41st Street

New year, new market! Bringin’ back the 𝗗𝗘 𝗦𝗢𝗧𝗢 𝗦𝗧𝗥𝗘𝗘𝗧 𝗠𝗔𝗥𝗞𝗘𝗧 on Saturday, March 27th, 11 am-6 pm. We have a 𝗢𝗡𝗘 𝗛𝗘𝗟𝗟𝗨𝗩𝗔 vendor line-up and our neighbors at Starland Strange will be participating with even more vendors over at their place as well. You don’t want to miss this chance to shop small. All of the proper safety precautions will be in place, you know the drill by now! Check out the KILLER vendor list below and get excited! Vendors and details!

Friday, April 2 – Sunday, April 4

Vintage Market Days of Savannah: Savannah Convention Center 10am – 4pm daily. Tickets

Sunday, April 4

Elegant Easter Brunch – 700 Kitchen Cooking School: Interactive Cooking Class at the Mansion on Forsyth

This Easter, trade Easter eggs for Savannah-style Eggs Benedict and a Deviled Egg Trio during the “Elegant Easter Brunch” cooking class on April 4 from 9 a.m.-noon or 1- 4 p.m. This interactive cooking class at The Mansion on Forsyth Park’s 700 Kitchen Cooking School led by master-inspired culinary artist Jason Winn invites guests to enjoy classic Easter dishes, discover new holiday favorites and indulge in spring-inspired desserts. Mimosas will be served at the beginning of class in addition to coffee, juice, fresh fruit and danishes. Menu items include Eggs Benedict, ‘Savannah’ Country Ham, Collard Greens, Roasted Tomato Hollandaise; She Crab Soup; Raspberry Cream Cheese Filled French Toast; Deviled Egg Trio; and Roasted Rack of Lamb with Herbed Yogurt Sauce. Also enjoy desserts including Coconut Cream Pie, Key Lime Pie and Buttermilk Blueberry Pie.

Classes at the 700 Kitchen Cooking School are all-inclusive, providing guests with the necessary ingredients, equipment and guidance to prepare and enjoy delicious dishes paired with house wines, mimosas and other beverages.

9am – 4pm, 700 Drayton St, $99/person Tickets

New Bone Chilling Ghost Experience

Secrets of Savannah’s Dark Side:

Uncover the untold secrets of Savannah’s tragic past, where expert guides will reveal the most bone chilling stories in the city’s history. Immerse yourself in all the dirty details from pirate kidnappings to diseases of epidemic proportions, gruesome war stories, murders, and more. Monuments, squares, and houses will be beautifully illuminated, providing a stark contrast to the disturbing details told on board. If we are lucky we might even hear a story or two from some of the city’s most famous ghostly inhabitants. A truly unique, innovative and one of a kind PG-13 experience. This tour is not for the faint of heart. Are you brave enough?

  • The Historic District of Savannah has a colorful past that dates back hundreds of years.
  • As the sun sets, the city’s beauty takes on a whole new view and some of the stories told about the past may change your thoughts about going to sleep at night.
  • This tour will share some of the city’s beautiful vistas of lamp-lit parks, glorious fountains, majestic monuments, and low-hanging Spanish Moss.
  • Your Gray Line tour guide will share some unique and historical stories that may cause the hair to raise on the back of your neck and surely leave you with a whole new view of the city’s Secrets in the Night.
  • Tickets also include access to the Graveface Museum – the coolest, weirdest museum ever. Your visit allows you to dive even deeper into the occult. Wander through exhibits on sideshow attractions, serial killers, horror movies, voodoo magic and see an authentic human skeleton.
  • The lighting changes, the outstretched arms of the live oaks reach out to grab you, and the historical stories on this tour about pirates, historic families, folklore, voodoo, and haunted homes come alive as you drive past the dimly lit mansions of Savannah’s Historic District

See your concierge for tickets or purchase them online here.

The Savannah Ripper

Think you have what it takes to catch a killer??? CluedUpp is a new outdoor detective adventure – and it’s coming to Savannah!!!!

When: Saturday, April 17, 2021; play starts at 9am and runs through 5pm.

Put your team together (up to 6 team members, children under 16 can be extras on the team as well) and buy your tickets now. Per Team Ticket Price: $52 – 1 ticket required per team.

CASE: The words “The Ripper” strike fear into the heart of every detective. Now it seems that a new Ripper is on the loose and three men have already been murdered. Can your team of detectives scramble across town, solve the clues and crack the case before The Ripper strikes again?

DETAILS: CluedUpp Detective Days are like giant, outdoor escape games. It’s where clue-solving meets adventure. It’s the most exciting murder-mystery you’ll ever attend. Join over half a million players worldwide and experience it for yourself…

  • What: A city-wide murder-mystery game 
  • Start Time: Start anytime between 9am and 2pm 
  • Start Location: Secret start location to be revealed…
  • Players: One ticket covers a team of 6
  • Language: All game narrative is written in English

HOW TO PLAY:

  • Grab 1 ticket per team of six players 
  • Scramble across town and interrogate virtual witnesses
  • Crack clues, solve puzzles and complete challenges
  • Unravel the mystery, save the town and take the glory!

TO PLAY, YOU’LL NEED:

  • A team of detectives (between 2-6 players)
  • At least one smartphone per team
  • A fantastically clever team name
  • Detective inspired fancy dress (optional but fun)

ERIN GO BRAGH

Ghosts, Toasts, Floats and Hopes (March 1 – 17)

In support of Mayor Johnson’s decision to forgo a big parade this year for St. Patrick’s Day, we would like to offer a fun, socially -distanced alternative filled with the spirit of the beautiful Hostess City and are asking Savannah residents and businesses to get creative and decorate their homes, porches. stoops, windows, garages, and balconies this year float style. Think BIG like the New Orleans Mardi Gras style floats (yes we are borrowing the idea a bit this year from our ‘Nawlins friends but wanted to give it a Savannah flavor so each city can celebrate its individuality). The idea is for decor to be visible both to passers-by on foot as well as to cars driving down the street. We are asking all neighborhoods all over Savannah to participate and residents and business owners can add their location and category to a virtual map and photos, memories, traditional St. Pat’s recipes, and more can be shared via social media.Residents and businesses may start decorating at any time (we are giving a suggested two-week window time frame starting the first week in March and running through St. Patrick’s Day so that there is enough time for multiple neighborhoods to get involved. Decorating and all costs of materials, as well as set-up and clean-up, are the responsibility of the individual property owners and participants. Not sure what to do? Some ideas and discussions will be forthcoming.The slogan of the event is Ghosts, Toasts, Floats, and Hopes in hopes of raising community spirits during this unprecedented time and to show off the creativity and true hospitality of Savannah. While sad that the parade is canceled this year, we fully support the City of Savannah’s decision and ask everyone to adhere to state and local health advisories and mask up! Please know that this event is not hosted by the City of Savannah.The Rules:
1) Please keep decorations/signage on private property and off the tree-line and city sidewalks.
2) Decorations must not impede any city, emergency, or mail services. Please make sure house and business address numbers are still visible and paths to entryways free and clear.
3) Please be respectful of your neighbors and make sure decorations are family-friendly and not offensive in terms of race, religion, creed, or sexual orientation.
4) Be sure to adhere to all local ordinances in terms of noise, lighting, and placement of signage.
5) Please clean-up after the event and dispose of materials properly via sanitation service or recycling programs.

Link to the map:https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit…Happy St. Patrick’s Day and Erin Go Bragh, Savannah!

Organizer: Abigail Stevens

February 18 – 28, 2021

Thursday, February 18: Martinis at the Mansion

Saturday, February 20

LOTSA PASTA – Chef Darin’s Kitchen Table: In this hands-on class you’ll discover how easy it is to make your own home made pasta! We’ll discuss the key differences between fresh and dried pasta and make two homemade pastas and sauces.

Pappardelle with Sausage and Caramelized Onion
Ragu Farfalle with Walnut
Lemon Pesto Goat Cheese
Grape Picker’s Salad
Chocolate Orange Granita

Seating is limited to 16, so don’t hesitate to reserve your seat at https://www.chefdarin.com/cooking-classes-class-schedule/ $90 10am – 1:30pm

Farmer’s Market: Hop Atomica: Mini Farmer’s Market from 12pm – 4pm. Includes local food vendors as well.

Simply Potted Mobile Plant Truck: At Two Tides Brewing from 2 – 5pm

Saturday, February 27: Beer & Cheese Pairing Class @ Southbound Brewing

Beer & Cheese Pairing Class with Sarandipity Fare, Feb. 27th starting at 5:30!Tickets on sale now!! $55 for one ticket or $100 for two! Tickets include: 8, 5oz Southbound beers and cheese pairings + small assorted box of crackers, meats, nuts and fruits + one souvenir cup. You will be told all of the properties of each beer and cheese + how to pair them for the best flavor combination. Then your host will walk you through how to put them together for a mouthwatering, flavor-packed bite. 5:30pm.

Sunday, February 28: Southern Wedding Showcase

Perry Lane Hotel from 1pm – 5pm. FREE

A free to attend showcase of Savannah & The Lowcountry’s best of the best in the wedding industry.

• Free tickets for wedding planning couples (please register with the provided Ticket link)
• Complimentary Welcome Cocktail & Hors D’oeuvres From The Perry Lane Hotel
• Free Gifts, including tote bags for early arrivals
•Meet more than 20 local wedding vendors offering amazing specials
•Incredible Prizes, a cash bar, and so much more!!!

The Greening of Savannah

I, like so many of you are really disappointed that our St Patrick’s Day festivities have been canceled again this year due to COVID. Don’t get me wrong, I am a firm believer in social distancing and wearing a mask – or two, but we all need a little normalcy back.

So I borrowed this idea from a friend – let’s turn the city of Savannah green for our own little celebration. Green lights decorating homes, shamrocks bouncing off buildings, lamp posts wrapped in St Paddy’s Day green. This is just the first of February – we have time to make this go viral. We can do this. Everyone who comes to Savannah from March 1 – March 17 will smile when they see that we not only turn Forsyth Fountain green but the whole city.

February 2021

GRAND OPENING TODAY

Common Thread: located at 122 E 37th Street is opening to the public today. They have spent the last couple weeks and days hosting family and friends in an effort to perfect everything for you. Common Thread is Savannah’s newest restaurant serving up a great menu inspired by land and sea.

COMING SOON:

208 Wine Bar: Opening in February at 208 E Bay Street (directly across from where I work – yippee!). We don’t currently have a wine bar at this end of town so this is going to be a great addition – hope to see you there!

The Underground Savannah: Savannah’s newest immersive attraction, located in The Clyde at 223 Martin Luther King Blvd. The Savannah Underground is an attraction like Savannah has never seen. It’s a new way to experience Savannah’s dark & terrifying past as three creepy, true tales play out around you in a 360 degree set.  All three southern fried horror tales you’ll experience have taken place in Savannah and it’s surrounding areas. Get tickets here or through your concierge. The first showing is March 3.

THE SAVANNAH THEATER

Legends Live On: From the Beatles to Bruno Mars and the Four Seasons to Earth, Wind and Fire – a journey through the decades of timeless music starring the international vocal group, Legacy. Showing on various dates from January 22 through February 14. Check dates and get tickets here or through your concierge.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13

Bonaventure Cemetery After Dark – Valentine’s Weekend: Cemeteries are full of dead romantics, the love obsessed, the unrequited, crisscrossed partners and some who’s love went on for decades till death did they part. Bonaventure is hallowed to stories of lovers good and evil, root doctors doing love spells, couple’s having martinis among the moss, proposals, renewals and every Halloween there’s no less than 30 weddings! Its no wonder Oscar Wilde called it, “Incomparable,” having inspired so much. Your story host and ultimate cemetery romantic, Shannon Scott, will guide you across the 1760s plantation grounds turned 1840s cemetery as only he can show the place – after the gatekeeper has locked up for the night! This taboo tales event is a perfect pre-dinner or early night endeavor to add some inspiration to your love of each other and Savannah! 5 – 8pm; $44.95 Per Patron; Reservations: 912-292-0960

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14

Valentine’s Day Weddings in the Davenport House Museum Gardens: Davenport House Museum is offering COVID-19 compliant wedding ceremonies on the most romantic day of the year – Valentine’s Day. Say “I Do” to your spouse in the beautiful Davenport House gardens. Ceremonies will be offered every ten minutes between 5-7 p.m. with a $100 donation. All ceremonies will follow the COVID-19 guidelines as recommended by the CDC. Couples must bring a valid Georgia marriage license, which does not require a waiting period or a blood test, to the ceremony. In the event of rain, ceremonies will be performed on the back porch of the museum that overlooks the garden.

Starting a New Year

Cancellations:

It is with sadness that we have to report that the St Patrick’s Day Parade has been cancelled for the second year in a row. The 2021 parade will not be held.

Openings:

Common Thread – opening this month!!! Located on the corner of Abercorn and 37th Street. Keep your eyes and ears open for this! New restaurant offering a menu of distinction.

Franklin’s – A restaurant and coffee shop located at 5 W Liberty Street

Vanilla Espresso Martini

KIDS BROADWAY THEATER CAMPS

  • Disney Diva/Divo Star Camp – AGES 6-9 – FEBRUARY 1-4 – 3:30-5PM  (6 HRS) $150 Do you have a little diva or divo at home who sings and dances along with movies like Frozen, The Little Mermaid, & The Princess and the Frog? This is the camp for them! Join us while we learn to sing, dance, and act to tunes from Disney hits, old and new! Cleaning and safety measures implemented; Attendance capped at 12 participants. To register please email Michelle at minimeece@gmail.com
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda Mashup Camp  –  Ages 8-13, February 1-4, 6pm-7:30pm, (6 hrs) $150 Hamilton, Moana, In The Heights, Bring It On The Musical – he wrote them all, and we love them all! Each day we will sing, dance, and act our way through the incredible music of Lin-Manuel Miranda, resulting in an LMM-Mega-Mashup performance! Camp will be led by Broadway star Alex Hairston (Motown, Beautiful, Summer: the Donna Summer Musical) with appearance by special guest star and Hamilton Cast Member DeAundré Woods! Attendance capped at 14 participants. To register please email Michelle at minimeece@gmail.com
  • BROADWAY BOOTCAMP – with Broadway star Alex Hairston Friday, February 5,  4 – 5:30PM Saturday, February 6, 1 – 3:30PM Sunday, February 7, 11 – 1PM

Do you love dancing, singing and acting? Then you are going to love this camp! Each day you will polish your musical theatre skills with Broadway star Alex Hairston, (Motown the Musical, Beautiful, Summer- The Donna Summer Musical) Camp will explore musical theatre dance technique, vocal & singing technique, and acting techniques. Some previous training is preferred but not required. To register please email Michelle at minimeece@gmail.com