Friday, June 23rd from 6-8pm Bring your little girl, or big girl, in to paint for a night with Dad! Enjoy time together, painting the pottery of your choice. $10 studio fee per couple, includes a sweet treat to share! Please call to reserve your table! 423-926-2529... Continue
Glass Idols make their Capone's debut with Crowns (Knoxville alternative metal) and Porno Arcade (Wise, VA pop punk) 18 and up $5 Over 21 and $7 Under 21 Doors @ 10pm... Continue
The Incredible Farm Dinner on Main! Rural Resources and the Capitol Theatre are hosting downtown Greeneville’s first Incredible Farm Dinner on Main with lead sponsorship from Jost, Inc. on June 23rd at 7:00 p.m. The event will feature local food and live music for a unique farm-to-table experience. Enjoy local fare around one community table set to perfection right in the middle of Main Street! We will gather at 7pm in the lobby of the Capitol Theatre for hors d’oeuvres generously provided by the General Morgan Inn and drinks and then be seated on Main for a 4 course meal. ... Continue
Join us in welcoming an awesome guy and great local musician Andrew Fisher to the Circus on Friday, June 23rd! Opie's Pizza Wagon will be on site making their fanastic pizza creations for dinner. Great food, great people and great beverages! This show is free and open to all ages.... Continue
Need a date night or me time? Drop off the kids and we’ll Paint Poppy on canvas, eat popcorn and watch the Troll Movie all in one night!... Continue
A musical based on the book by Virginia Lee Burton/adapted by Eric Lane Barnes Mike Mulligan and his beloved steam shovel, Mary Anne, have been together for many years. But now newer, fancier shovels have taken all the work, leaving Mike and Mary Anne in the dust. Their only hope lies in the little town of Popperville, which needs a basement dug for its new City Hall. The story of hard work, determination and friendship comes to life in this charming musical adaptation, where we learn that the newest, biggest or most expensive isn’t necessarily the best. Cast & Credits... Continue
Running 2 days from June 23rd to June 24th.
“A comedy about family vacations.” By Tim Clue and Spike Manton The spark behind Leaving Iowa comes from being children of parents from the now dubbed “greatest generation.” The story is a toast to their idealism and character and a little roast of their undying dedication to the classic family road trip. More specifically, it is the story of Don Browning, a middle-aged writer, who returns home and decides to finally take his father’s ashes to his childhood home, as requested. But when Don discovers Grandma’s house is now a grocery store, he begins traveling across Iowa searching for a... Continue
Running 30 days from June 23rd to August 13th.
*Please Note; This show contains some content that may not be suitable for younger viewers. Patrons are asked to consider potential adult content when purchasing tickets for this production. “It is discouraging how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit.” – Noel Coward By Sandy Rustin The true meanings of fate, identity and marriage are called into question as a surprising, hilarious web of secrets unravels in this potentially (not quite) murderous romantic comedy. Director's Notes What if you woke up one day and everyone decided to tell the truth about everything? No more little deceits.... Continue
Running 30 days from June 23rd to August 12th.
These shades are too cool for school! Join us as we celebrate summer sunsets and dreamy palm trees.
A dual reception for two exhibtions: Revisting WWI: One Hundred Year Later & Summer Craft 2017. In commemoration of the centennial anniversary of the United States entering the First World War (1914-1918) on April 6, 1917, the Reece Museum, in partnership with the Museum at Mountain Home on the VA campus, features artifacts from this historic and also devastating conflict. Curated by John Griggs, a Reece Museum student worker who graduated in May of this year, this exhibition delves into the conflict focusing on local residents who supported the allied effort. Revisiting World War I: One Hundred Years Later will continue... Continue