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September 24, 2012 (Jackson) - The play Angel Street will premiere September 25-29 at the Center for the Arts in Theatre 151. Ginny Holladay, Belhaven senior and theatre student is directing this play. It starts this coming Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. and will run for five days.

Angel Street, written by Patrick Hamilton, is a Victorian thriller, murder mystery that tells the story of a young wife whose fragile mental state hangs in the balance between her potentially dangerous husband and an eccentric detective claiming to have all the answers.

Theatre 151 is a unique theatre experience because it seats about 40 people around the stage and puts audience members right in the action.

Go ahead and get tickets today. Email or call 601-965-7026 to reserve your seat. General admission is $10 and $5 for students and senior citizens. Admission for Belhaven faculty, staff and students is free.M

This is just one of the many exciting events from Belhaven’s School of the Arts. Check out Arts Ablaze for plays, dance and music concerts, poetry readings, gallery exhibits and more happening this year.


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