By William Shakespeare Shakespeare’s most beloved comedy by Barter Theatre’s Resident Acting Company! On a midsummer’s night, four young lovers find themselves wrapped in the dream-like arms of an enchanted forest where sprites lurk and fairies rule. While a feuding Fairy King and Queen are at war, their paths are crossed by Bottom, Quince and their friends. Chief mischief-maker Puck is on-hand to ensure that the course of true love is anything but smooth, and games of fantasy, love and dreams ensue in Shakespeare’s amusing comedy. Download study guide. Director's Notes When I start work on a play, I’m always... Continue
Running 16 days from April 28th to May 13th.
Hosted by the Upper East TN Celtic Society. Come dance around the Maypole and enjoy a day full of good food, laughter and fun. There will be Highland game demonstrations, costume contest and crafts for the kids. Vending Ops available... Continue
Join us for a tea party with your favorite teddy bear! We will have crafts, prizes and light refreshments. Parents, grandparents, guardians are welcome to come and celebrate with us.... Continue
By Thomas Gibbons A jaunt into the future where Claire, a neuroscientist, forms a relationship over time with Julian, a non-biological human. Explore the painful divide between creator and creation and the inherent unpredictability of consciousness as we redefine what it means to be human in the twenty-first century. Download study guide. Director's Notes Being Human “Accurately modeling and rendering the ocean is highly intense from a computational perspective – but it’s considerably harder to accurately portray an artificial simulation of the human face...." “Human faces contain a subtlety that’s incredibly difficult to capture. Consider the wide range of skin... Continue
Upper East Tennessee has long been a land of deep musical traditions. Englishman Cecil Sharp knew this in 1916 when he selected Rocky Fork in Unicoi County as his first stop to collect ballads. And in 1925 the famous Mountain City Fiddler's Convention attracted a who’s who of southern Appalachian fiddling, and reminds us just how varied and unique this regions music is. The gateway mountain counties of Unicoi, Carter, and Johnson give way to the great Tennessee Valley to the north and west, and to the upper reaches of the western North Carolina mountains to the south and east—the... Continue
A musical with book and lyrics by Judith Viorst and music by Shelly Markham Last night, Alexander went to bed with gum in his mouth and now there’s gum in his hair. There’s no prize in his cereal, and there’s kissing on TV. Yuck! It’s enough to make any kid want to move to Australia. Judith Viorst has adapted her own famous children’s book into this hilarious musical you won’t want to miss! Download study guide. Cast & Credits Cast Alexander: James Hendley Mom / Mrs. Dickens: Brandy Drzymkowski ??Dad / Albert / Dr. Fields: Shaan Sharma Anthony / Paul:... Continue
Running 19 days from April 29th to June 3rd.
The Mountain States Foundation and Consumer Credit Union, along with youth from our region and performers from Tony Award-winning Broadway shows, proudly present the 6th Broadway Comes to Greeneville. Join us for an evening of song and dance while helping to raise awareness for Niswonger Children's Hospital. The young people performing in the show were chosen from a series of auditions throughout Northeast Tennesee and Southwest Virginia, the very same communities we serve at Niswonger Children's Hospital. Orchestra: $35 / Mezzanine: $30 / Balcony: $25 Ticket Fee: $1.50 per ticket. No processing or delivery fees This performance is not included in season ticket... Continue
Conducting Floral Class with Seniors from the Brookdale Assisted Living Community