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Averitt STARS search for talent
Contestants' finale to be held at Emma Kellly Theater
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Statesboro’s Community Theater organization, the Averitt STARS, is holding auditions for the 3rd annual Averitt Star Search.

Organized and created by the local singing sensation, Arnetta Parker, Averitt Star Search is a talent show showcasing the best of our community’s singers, dancers, actors, comedians, poets and more.

For this year’s show, aspiring models between the ages of 16-21 may also audition for the new spokesmodel portion of the show.

Auditions will be held from 1-4 p.m., June 30 at the Averitt Center for the Arts on East Main Street in downtown Statesboro. Participants must be 12 and up. Age categories are as follows: 12-15 years, 16-18 years, and over 18.

Contestants will perform at the Emma Kelly Theater on July 28 at 7:30 p.m. and compete for cash prizes and awards.

If you think you’ve got what it takes, and you want to show Statesboro what you’ve got, don’t miss the audition. Who knows? You could be the next Averitt Star.

For more information about auditions and other summer activities at the Averitt Center for the Arts, please call (912) 212-2787.

All Kindz of Art returns to the Averitt Center this summer

Back by popular demand, instructor Debi Slone returns to the Averitt Center for the Arts with All Kindz of Art Camp June 25-29. If your child is 8 years and older, they can spend a week creating paintings for your wall, sculptures for your mantle, art they can wear, and other fun arts and crafts that are inspired by famous artists, different cultures, the environment and beyond.

An art educator from South Carolina, Debi Slone is innovative and fun and creates an atmosphere that inspires great creativity in each camper. Don’t let your child miss out on the educational and fun All Kindz of Art Camp.

Cost is $100 for the week-long camp. For more information about this camp and other summer offerings at the Averitt Center for the Arts, please call (912) 212-2787 or email at