Members of the cast of the Main Street Youth Theater's forthcoming production of "Bye Bye Birdie" perform during Saturday's Youth ArtFest at the Art Center of Coastal Carolina. In addition to performances on the center's stage by various youth groups, the event featured the Island School Council for the Arts' Promising Picassos art exhibit and a variety of activities and workshops - all in celebration of National Youth Art Month.
Members of the cast of the Main Street Youth Theater's forthcoming production of "Bye Bye Birdie" perform during Saturday's Youth ArtFest at the Art Center of Coastal Carolina. In addition to performances on the center's stage by various youth groups, the event featured the Island School Council for the Arts' Promising Picassos art exhibit and a variety of activities and workshops - all in celebration of National Youth Art Month. Jay Karr, staff photo
Members of the cast of the Main Street Youth Theater's forthcoming production of "Bye Bye Birdie" perform during Saturday's Youth ArtFest at the Art Center of Coastal Carolina. In addition to performances on the center's stage by various youth groups, the event featured the Island School Council for the Arts' Promising Picassos art exhibit and a variety of activities and workshops - all in celebration of National Youth Art Month. Jay Karr, staff photo

PHOTO: Main Street Youth Theater actors say 'hello' to "Bye, Bye Birdie'

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