Roadshow unites more than 500 youth

Roadshows are not new to Latter-day Saint culture. Some say road shows started with Brigham Young's traveling shows where he encouraged the pioneers to sing, dance and perform for each other to lift their spirits in difficult times.

In Orange County, the tradition continued on March 3-5 when more than 500 youth performed for standing-room-only crowds in the Santa Margarita California Stake Center. Performances on Thursday and Friday were open to the public and on Saturday the youth were able to watch each other perform.

Each of the seven wards in the stake was assigned to create and perform a 12-minute, one-act play based on this year's Mutual theme; the 13th Article of Faith.

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