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JimmyLee performances were part of "Jubilee" in Selma to honor the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement as well as the 1965 death of  civil rights protester Jimmie Lee Jackson of Marion.

The play opened Jubilee in Selma to a sold-out, standing room only audience March 5. Large crowds also lined up for its three performances March 5 through 7 at Judson College in Marion, Ala.


JimmyLee opened with a morning matinee March 5, which drew busloads of children from a record eight schools throughout the region to Judson.


Audiences came from across the United States, including more than 120 theatergoers from Atlanta.


JimmyLee's playwright and director Billie Jean Young, who is a faculty member and artist-in-residence at Judson, extended her congratulations to the cast and crew. Cast members in this 11th production of JimmyLee included Alabama area high school students, college students from Alabama and Georgia, and adults from Alabama and Georgia.


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Dr. Billie Jean Young, Judson College

302 Bibb Street
Marion, AL.  36756 
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