July 10thmarked a great night in the city of Atlanta as staff from Children’s Healthcare, friends, and fans of the Ryan Seacrest Foundation came together at the Horizon Theatre for a unique fundraiser to benefit The Voice!
Sheddin’, a new comedy sponsored by the Macy’s Foundation, and written by Thomas W. Jones II, opened at the Horizon Theatre in Little Five Points. The cast graciously put on a special performance before the show opened to the public just to benefit RSF’s media studio at CHOA!
This story, about empty nesters throwing a homecoming for their rockstar son, is a follow-up to Horizon’s hit, A Cool Drink of Water. Under Bruce A. Young’s direction, the comedic sequel reveals that there was more than just a homecoming in the works – the father in the story was hatching a plan to ride on the wave of his son’s success in order to live out his own musical dreams.
A very cool set, talented actors, some bebop and hip-hop, and a lot of laughs made this night a success! The show will run from July 13 through August 19. Thanks to those who came to the performance, and to The Horizon Theatre for their efforts to help Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta provide patients with uplifting experiences at our media centers!
To learn more about the show please visit the Horizon Theatre’s Website!
Thank you to Mamie Shepherd, one of our amazing CHOA interns, for this great recap!