HILTON HEAD PREP STUDENTS TAKE THE STAGE IN INAUGURAL SHOWCASE

FALL SPECTACULARPatti Maurer, Hilton Head Preparatory School’s new artistic director, wanted to kick the new year off with a bang by starting a new Prep tradition: the “Fall Spectacular,” a cabaret-style revue featuring Prep students acting, dancing, singing and performing in the band and orchestra.

“For my first production at Hilton Head Prep, I wanted to provide an opportunity for a variety of talented actors, dancers, musicians and vocal students to be involved,” Maurer said.

Inmate Art ShowVOLUNTEER-RUN ART PROGRAM IS CHANGING THE LIVES OF ALLENDALE INMATES

 

When the Art League of Hilton Head hosts its newest exhibit, Transcendence, this month, the featured artists won’t be attending the opening reception on Aug. 7. But it’s not because they don’t want to be there.

They are, literally, otherwise detained — as inmates at Allendale Correctional Institution.

THROUGH AUG. 4

“Legally Blonde: The Musical”: A fun and award-winning musical based on the movie “Legally Blonde” traces the challenges faced by a young female lawyer. Shows are 8 p.m. through Aug. 4; tickets are $50 for adults and $37 for children ages 5-15. Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, 14 Shelter Cove Lane, Hilton Head Island. 843-686-3945, ext. 206, or www.artshhi.com.

golf birdie

JULY 11-14

PLAYERS AMATEUR RETURNS TO THE BERKELEY HALL CLUB

Bluffton once again welcomes the Players Amateur, one of the premier amateur golf tournaments in the world. The 20th annual tournament will be held July 11-14 at Berkeley Hall Club.

Calendar July

JULY 4

FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORKS: Starting at dusk, fireworks will fill the sky at Harbour Town in Sea Pines, Skull Creek Boathouse and Palmetto Dunes’ Harbourfest at Shelter Cove. Bring your lawn chairs.

THE OUTSIDERS

 

AUG. 1-4

 

MAY RIVER THEATRE CO. PRESENTS NEW SUMMER SHOW 

This summer, May River Theatre presents “The Outsiders,” a classic coming-of-age story based on a novel by S.E. Hinton and focused on themes of class conflict, acceptance, and loyalty.

“’The Outsiders’ has been a part of our school curriculum for years and is a staple of modern American literature that is loved by all ages,” said director Michelle McElroy, who recently directed Main Street Youth Theatre’s production of “High School Musical.” “It is also holds great relevance to many American struggles today.”