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Southside's new show debuts Thursday

Southside Theatre Guild’s upcoming musical production is really hot! “110 Degrees in the Shade” is a sizzling musical based on N. Richard Nash’s book and play, “The Rainmaker.” The musical centers around Lizzie, a spinster woman, who lives in her family’s ranch, in a hot and drought-stricken American Southwest town. The plot centers on her search for love and her choice between two suitors: Starbuck, a charismatic con man posing as a rainmaker who can bring rainfall to the drought-stricken, and Sheriff File, the town’s most eligible bachelor.

The show will be performed July 24,25,26,27, August 1,2,3 and August 8,9,10 at Southside Theatre, 20 West Campbellton Street in downtown Fairburn. Tickets can be purchased on-line at stgplays.com or you can call the box office at 770-969-0956.

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