The Pyramid School of Panama City is a school of visual and performing arts for adults with developmental disabilities.
Over the past few years their annual 50's style show has grown in popularity. In fact this year they are taking it on the road, touring to benefit several programs in the panhandle, including their own.
The school's Performing Arts Coordinator, Rachel Eiland-Hall joins Meredith Monday morning.
Their first performance is in Bonifay on February 7th, to benefit the Holmes County High School.
On February 9th, Pyramid of Panama City's big benefit show happens at Gulf Coast's Amelia Tapper Center.
On February 16th, they'll have an encore performance at the Martin Theater to benefit the Boys and Girls Club.