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Zion Dance Company Presents ‘Deeper My Soul’

Zion Dance Company Presents ‘Deeper My Soul’

Legacy Theatre is excited to announce the upcoming production of Deeper My Soul presented by Zion Dance Company April 4,5,11 and 12. All performances are at 7:30 pm and the venue is Heritage Fellowship Church in Jefferson City. ZDC, founded by Kara Price Moss and MacKenzie Price Myers, is a company of worshipping dancers that [...]

WRENS to Play in the Clarence Brown Theatre’s Lab Theatre

WRENS to Play in the Clarence Brown Theatre’s Lab Theatre

Anne V. McGravie’ssemi-autobiographical story about Navy servicewomen during World War II will play in the Clarence Brown Theatre’s Lab Theatre March 27-April 13, 2014.  The corporate sponsor for this production is Stowers Machinery.  Due to popularity, seating is extremely limited.  A first-come-first served waiting list will begin forty-five minutes prior to curtain for sold out [...]

Carson-Newman Theatre presents The Diary of Anne Frank, Feb 27 to March 2, 2014

Carson-Newman University’s theatre program will present “The Diary of Anne Frank,” Feb. 27 to March 2 in Carson-Newman’s Gentry Auditorium. Directed by C-N associate professor Kyle Biery, the ensemble cast of ten is led by sophomore Amie McGaha as the irrepressible Anne and includes senior Austin Olive (Otto Frank), junior Laura-Kate Gonyea (Edith Frank), and [...]

“The Whipping Man” to Play in the Carousel Theatre

“The Whipping Man” to Play in the Carousel Theatre

The Clarence Brown Theatre opens the second half of its season with Matthew Lopez’ highly acclaimed “The Whipping Man” running January 30 to February 16 in the Carousel Theatre and directed by John Sipes. The production is sponsored by BB&T, Knoxville Area Urban League, Knox County Tourism Consortia, Tennessee Arts Commission, and the City of [...]

Drama headlines Carson-Newman’s spring theatre lineup

Drama headlines Carson-Newman’s spring theatre lineup

Carson-Newman University’s theatre program recently announced its production lineup for this spring. “The spring is going to be a season of award-winning productions,” said Kyle Biery, Carson-Newman’s theatre program coordinator and assistant professor of theatre. “I am really excited about the quality of writing we have.” Productions such as February’s “Doubt, A Parable” by John [...]

Legacy Theatre presents Zion Dance Company’s “Christmas Celebration” and “Gift of the Magi”, December 7-8, 2013

Legacy Theatre presents Zion Dance Company’s “Christmas Celebration” and “Gift of the Magi”, December 7-8, 2013

Legacy Theatre is excited to announce Zion Dance Company’s  “Christmas Celebration” and “Gift of the Magi” coming two nights only, December 7th and 8th. Zion Dance Company is a contemporary company, who has chosen to use their gift of dance to serve the Lord and minister to others.   The company, even though only founded in [...]

Cyndi Lauper to perform at Tennessee Theater, November 7, 2013

Cyndi Lauper to perform at Tennessee Theater, November 7, 2013

One of the most iconic superstars of the 1980s and 1990s, Cyndi Lauper, is coming to Knoxville. Lauper is best known for such memorable songs as “She-bop”, “Goonies”, “Girls just want to have fun”, “True Colors” and many more. Lauper has sold more than 50 million albums worldwide and has established herself as an author, [...]

“In the Round Tour” coming to Carson-Newman University, November 3, 2013

Renowned Christian music artists Bebo Norman, Andrew Peterson and Sara Groves are coming to Carson-Newman University Sunday, Nov. 3, as part of the “In the Round Tour.” Norman, Peterson and Groves are all well-known in the contemporary Christian music community. The “In the Round Tour” brings the three co-headliners and friends together on stage for [...]

Carson-Newman Lyric Theatre presents Big River On Friday, Oct. 18, 2013

Carson-Newman Lyric Theatre presents Big River On Friday, Oct. 18, Carson-Newman University’s Lyric Theatre will raise the curtain on its fall production of “Big River.” Under the direction of Kyle Biery, “Big River” is based on Mark Twain’s legendary work “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.” Performances are scheduled for Friday, Oct. 18, and Saturday, Oct. [...]

Our Country’s Good to Play at The Carousel Theatre, October 3-20, 2013

Our Country’s Good to Play at The Carousel Theatre, October 3-20, 2013

Our Country’s Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker will play in the Clarence Brown Theatre’s Carousel Theatre October 3-20, 2014. Based on real events, this award-winning drama is an evocative look at a moment in history — the founding of a nation —and an inspiring tale about the transforming power of theatre.The production is sponsored by the [...]

Disney Breaks Out The Classics With A New Twist

Disney Breaks Out The Classics With A New Twist

Recently, the Disney Company bought out the Star Wars franchise, in an effort to extend their audience base, particularly with the 90′s generation. Initially, Disney re-released The Lion King, a favorite of those raised in the 1990s,and followed with their purchase of Star Wars. In addition, the company teamed up with the popular cosmetics company [...]

Regional Favorite “Lost Creek Band” Packs Music On The Town

Regional Favorite “Lost Creek Band” Packs Music On The Town

After a soggy second week for Music on the Town, the event recouped nicely on Thursday evening, as Lost Creek Band played to a large crowd.  The band is a local favorite and it was evident by the number of music lovers that turned out to hear their Bluegrass renditions of some familiar tunes. There [...]

Clarence Brown Theatre Season Opener “Noises Off”

Clarence Brown Theatre Season Opener “Noises Off”

Lacy lingerie and lots and lots of sardines abound in the Clarence Brown Theatre season opener “Noises Off” playing on the mainstage September 5-22, 2014.   The two-time Tony nominated farce written by Michael Frayn looks at the follies of theatre people, whose susceptibility to out-of-control egos, memory loss and passionate affairs turns every performance into [...]

Dandridge Tennessee’s MUSIC ON THE TOWN Kicks Off with Paula Michelle & Matt Cordell

Dandridge Tennessee’s MUSIC ON THE TOWN Kicks Off with Paula Michelle & Matt Cordell

Thursday was a great night for music, and the packed lawn behind Town Hall in Dandridge’s Historic Town Square was proof that Music on the Town 2013 has begun. Music on the Town is an every Thursday evening in September event and a wonderful way to kick off fall in Jefferson County. The entertainment is [...]

Adler & Hearne plus GRITS August 23rd, Final 2013 Show of Dumplin Valley Series

Adler & Hearne plus GRITS August 23rd, Final 2013 Show of  Dumplin Valley Series

The Dumplin Valley Farm Concert Series wraps up the season Friday August 23rd featuring Adler & Hearne from Winnsboro, TX along with popular local band GRITS from Dumplin Valley. From Texas’ upper east side near the rural arts hamlet of Winnsboro, award-winning performing songwriters Lynn Adler ( Miss Carson-Newman 1976, Graduate Class of 1977) and [...]

Colt Ford Wows Jefferson County Fair Crowds

Colt Ford Wows Jefferson County Fair Crowds

Colt Ford played to a packed crowd at the Jefferson County Fair on Friday night. Country music fans were not disappointed in his rock solid show and even some hard core metal music fans were impressed by the energy and diversity that Ford displayed on stage. Ford is a self proclaimed country boy but that [...]