Oct: 1: “Help Desk” Takes the Stage—and Screen

On Thursday, Oct. 1, at 7 p.m., the curtain will rise on the Middle School drama department’s first production of the school year—and the first show to grace the Fine Arts Center stage since February. 

Help Desk, a play by Don Zolidis, takes a hilarious look at customer service calls. From asking for help with a credit card charge to therapy puppets, this show—the Georgia premier and only the fourth production of the play ever—tackles it all. Middle School drama is all about fun, and our performers plan to bring it with their season theme: #bringjoy.

Given COVID-19 protocols, only parents and siblings of the cast and crew may attend and must wear masks at all times. Those unable to see the show in person are invited to watch it live online for FREE! Visit www.paceacademy.org/arts on Oct. 1 to view the production—and if you haven’t joined the Arts Alliance, now is the time to do so to help support programs like this. Join now.