Local youth to put on Once on This Island, JR. to raise money for homeless LGBTQ+ youthPhoto provided by the Decatur Community Players.
On Saturday, May 25, at 5 p.m., local kids ages 10 to 17 years old involved in Decatur Community Players are putting on “Once on This Island, JR.” at the Decatur Arts Festival to raise money for Lost-n-Found Youth, an Atlanta nonprofit that seeks to end homelessness among Atlanta’s LGBTQ+ youth.
All of the kids involved in the show made each of the sets, blocked and choreographed the performance, and will be running the entire show, according to a recent press release.
The performance is free and will be held at the Core Dance Studio, located on the Decatur Square at 133 Sycamore Street.
Monetary donations will be accepted online. To make a donation, click here. Those who donate online will get VIP seats at the show.
In addition, during the performance the following donations to the Lost-n-Found Youth will be accepted:
– Men’s and women’s underwear
– Wash cloths
– Dryer sheets
– Toilet paper
– Toothpaste + Toothbrushes
– Shower Gel or Soap
– Shampoo or Dry Shampoo
– Shelf-stable snack items
To learn more about the mission of Lost-n-Found Youth, go click here.