Young talent roars at ‘Lion King JR.’


A cast of nearly 50 local youths brought the African savannah to life as the nonprofit Clinton County Kids & Company opened its 26th season over the weekend, presenting “Disney’s The Lion King JR.” at the Wilmington High School Auditeria.


Elizabeth Mattingly | News Journal

A cast of nearly 50 local youths brought the African savannah to life as the nonprofit Clinton County Kids & Company opened its 26th season over the weekend, presenting “Disney’s The Lion King JR.” at the Wilmington High School Auditeria.

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A cast of nearly 50 local youths brought the African savannah to life as the nonprofit Clinton County Kids & Company opened its 26th season over the weekend, presenting “Disney’s The Lion King JR.” at the Wilmington High School Auditeria.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/07/web1_1003.jpegA cast of nearly 50 local youths brought the African savannah to life as the nonprofit Clinton County Kids & Company opened its 26th season over the weekend, presenting “Disney’s The Lion King JR.” at the Wilmington High School Auditeria. Elizabeth Mattingly | News Journal