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Scott Hudson: Storyland Theatre closes the curtains, leaves a lasting legacy



(Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this column are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of The Augusta Press.) 

Storyland Theatre has announced its final curtain call.

After 35 years, the theatre group will cease live performances. Over its run, the children’s theater ...

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  1. How sad this wonderful contribution for children of all ages is closing. So many children were introduced to theater that might never had the opportunity to experience art in this form. I attended many of these productions and never walked away disappointed. Mrs. Feldman and crew, thank you for so many years of entertainment. Storyland will be greatly missed.

  2. Its just to bad that the theatre was not sophisticated enough to stay current societal norms for kids these and give the children what they are begging their parents for , child themed drag shows:

    Story hour: How drag queen shows for minors have become increasingly common
    By Jeremiah Poff, Education Reporter June 11, 2022 05:30 AM”

    The children are just so enthralled by the divinely dazzling , brightly colored, and oh so revealing costumes used so imaginatively & suggestively in the gyrating, self-groping, bumping and grinding spectacles of performance art.
    Deeping the children’s intellect both visually and audibly with double entendre after double entendre offered up.
    A more hallowed communion between pandering and licentious adult performer & unsullied child consciousness there has never been as is awaiting today’s children .
    A shame that the promise of progress continues to escape Augusta.

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