The Lion King Jr.
Well, as you can see from the photo, costumes are coming together for the production of The Lion King Jr. In order for our students to give as good of a performance as possible, Pace hired Atlanta costume designer Emmie Tuttle to make the show look amazing (with parent help, of course).

In total, there are 101 different costumes, or looks, in the show. Would you believe some costume changes in the show have to occur backstage in less than a minute! One change involves wearing and balancing a seven-pound, two-foot long headdress while dancing. I wish we could go on about our choreographers and music director too, but there just isn't room in school news this week.

These kids are working so hard to get the show ready, why would you not see it?

"This year I really pushed the students with more difficult dancing, larger than life puppets, and intricate costumes. They have really risen to the challenge. When I say epic, I mean it because the kids have brought it to that level," Mr. Campbell says.

Shows are Friday and Saturday, Feb. 23-24 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 25 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale right now - Reservations are STRONGLY recommended, as we cannot guarantee there will be seats available at the door.

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