A sleepy, southern town confronts racism and injustice through the eyes of six-year old Scout. In the heroics of her father, the struggles of her friends and neighbors, and the threat of a boogeyman, Scout lives through the joys of childhood innocence and the pains of growing up. Based on Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. Sponsored by The Johnson Firm, P.C. A part of our African American Heritage Series.
Two young ladies, both claiming undying love for a man named Ernest. Two men, each in love with a young lady — neither of them named Ernest. The Importance of Being Earnest has endured to become Oscar Wilde’s most well-known play. Directed by Mical Whitaker and Melinda Roell. Sponsored by Ogeechee Technical College and Statesboro ENT.For More Information
Jonathan Green has long been the recorder, the illustrator, and the interpreter of Geechee and Gullah life along the coasts of his native South Carolina and Georgia. Working mainly in watercolor, his vivid, humanistic images of life among these communities is both compelling and inviting. His work has been collected nationally and internationally throughout his career. Sponsored by: After Hour Glass Company