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‘Sing, Sing, Sing’ drum solo returns to Big Band Dance
The Swing Street Big Band closes out its 2013 Fairfield Glade summer dance season on Saturday, Aug. 31, with a program that includes the return of drummer Kurt Snider and his driving rendition of the drum solo to “Sing, Sing, Sing.”
Hackmann co-stars in CCP's Man of La Mancha for selected shows
One of Cumberland County Playhouse’s most popular leading ladies, Nicole Bégué Hackmann, will star as Aldonza opposite Jason Ross’s Don Quixote for six performances of the musical drama Man of La Mancha, which is co-sponsored by Cumberland County Bank and Dr. Anthony Wilson, MD, and runs through Sept. 27.
Local favorites line up to aid Christian Counseling Center
A benefit concert featuring an impressive lineup of regional favorite entertainers will be Saturday, Aug. 24, at 7 p.m. at the beautifully refurbished Palace Theatre in Crossville.
Swing Street Band's last summer dance is Aug. 31
The 18-member Swing Street Big Band will perform the third and last dance of the summer season at the Fairfield Glade Community and Conference Center at 7 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 31.
The three-hour event is part of the resort’s Labor Day holiday weekend.
Montana Skies instrumental duo to perform at Palace Sept. 6
PAART presents a live performance with Montana Skies—a unique opportunity to hear instrumentals as unusual as they are varied.
Kellye Cash set to appear in Ring of Fire
Cumberland County Playhouse presents “Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash," with special guest Kellye Cash! Ring of Fire weaves dozens of Johnny’s most unforgettable songs together to create a unique musical that tells a unique story about love and faith through hard times and across generations.
Grammy winner Pam Tillis to appear at Playhouse
On August 23, Cumberland County Playhouse presents an acoustic evening with country music superstar Pam Tillis.
Captivating Keyboards play Friday in Spring City!
Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City will present Captivating Keyboards on Friday, Aug. 2, at 7:30 p.m. Cost is $10.
Man of La Mancha is stunning!
Stunning is the only word to describe the production of Man of La Mancha, currently playing at the Cumberland County Playhouse. The feeling of being imprisoned, brought on by the Adventure Theater itself, propels the audience into the action in a remarkable way.
Playhouse casting for Mockingbird, Ragtime
Additional casting calls by appointment and in a group are set for Saturday at Cumberland County Playhouse for multicultural volunteer teens, kids and adults to perform in ensemble, supporting and selected featured roles in the upcoming productions of the play with music To Kill a Mockingbird and the musical Ragtime.
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