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America's Musical Memories Showcase coming to Palace
America's Musical Memories Showcase, a family variety show, will showcase many artists Saturday evening, Oct. 5, at the historic Palace Theatre in Crossville. Special guests will include Alex Harvey, famed singer and writer of many hit songs such as "Delta Dawn," and Kenny Lee, singer and songwriter. Produced by Ricky Gooden and Glen Vaughn, the show will feature many genres of music and original songs.
CCP hosts The International String Trio Oct. 6
On Sunday, Oct. 6, CCP will host The International String Trio: a group of exceptionally talented musicians, all alumni of the Berklee College of Music, in Boston, MA. The group prides itself on its stylistic diversity, delivering Gypsy jazz, Appalachian folk, acoustic world music (Irish, Klezmer, Russian, Italian, French, bluegrass, and more), classical selections and popular songs from movie soundtracks, all with stunning virtuosity.
Lions Travelogue season begins with Eastern Canada
Fall must be here because it is time to start the FFG Lions Club Travel and Adventure Series. The first show will take you on a trip to the Maritimes and Newfoundland in Eastern Canada on Oct. 7 at the Palace Theatre starting at 7 p.m.
REVIEW: 'To Kill a Mockingbird' is wrenching, beautiful
Stupendous, wrenching, beautiful: These are the superlatives that come to mind as I reflect on experiencing To Kill A Mockingbird on the Mainstage of the Cumberland County Playhouse.
Hippie Jack's music festival offers three stages of entertainment
Like good music? Come to the Jammin at Hippie Jack’s Music Festival September 26-29. Stay for a day or the whole weekend.
Casting call issued for CCP's Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Auditions for volunteers have been scheduled for the Cumberland County Playhouse’s production of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, by Barbara Robinson.
CCP announces education classes available
Cumberland County Playhouse Education Director and resident actor/director Weslie Webster has announced CCP's Mary Crabtree Education Program class offerings in dance, theater, tumbling and musical theater for 2013-'14. Classes are taught by experienced professional dancers, actors and singers, assisted by advanced student teachers.
Bryan Symphony Orchestra ready to kick off 51st season
Riding the wave of excitement created by the events, exhibitions, and outstanding performances of last year’s 50th anniversary celebrations, the Bryan Symphony Orchestra returns to the stage this fall looking forward to its next 50 years.
CCCB presents ‘Movies, Musicals and Marches’
The Cumberland County Community Band proudly presents their annual “Movies, Musicals and Marches” Concert Sept. 19 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of Stone Memorial High School.
Playhouse sings with Mockingbird
Producing Director Jim Crabtree directs Christopher Sergel’s acclaimed dramatization of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning story of growing up and the loss of innocence, To Kill a Mockingbird, opening Sept. 6 at Cumberland County Playhouse.
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