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Category Archives: Theater
Clarence Brown Theatre has the right stuff
Like I don’t know about you, but Alan and I decided some time ago to stop buying more “stuff” at the charity auctions we attend. Instead, we only bid on “experiences” that are offered. That way, we don’t have to … Continue reading
Filed under: Events, Food, Knoxville, Theater 5 Comments
Start spreading the news!
Like The 2015 Tony Awards nominations came out this morning, and one group of Knoxvillians was keenly interested in them. It was the 20 folks who went to New York City this past weekend led by the Clarence Brown Theatre’s artistic … Continue reading
Filed under: Theater, Travel 14 Comments
If all the world’s a stage, Bob Cothran sure sets it
Like The evening of the 2014 Tony Awards earlier this month, dubbed “Broadway’s Biggest Night,” also was a pretty big night for theater lovers here in Knoxville. The Clarence Brown Theatre held its annual gala that evening, complete with a … Continue reading
Filed under: Downtown, Events, Knoxville, Theater 12 Comments
If you can make it here…CBT alums have!
Like When the Clarence Brown Theatre takes a group of Knoxvillians to New York City each year, Alan and I try to go. Of course, we enjoy the plays. Of course, we adore the restaurants. But I think what really … Continue reading
Filed under: Food, Theater 11 Comments
Curtains Up: Clarence Brown Theatre director announces wildly diverse 2014-15 season
Like Over what he described as a “family breakfast,” Clarence Brown Theatre‘s artistic director, Cal MacLean, recently announced the eight plays that will make up the theater’s 2014-15 season. And what a diverse lineup it is for the theater’s 40th … Continue reading
Filed under: Events, Food, Knoxville, Theater 7 Comments
Urban … Art … Theater … Knoxville delivers it all
Like Two top-notch — but very different — concerts and an excellent, thought-provoking play reinforced to Alan and me this past weekend what a great and diverse cultural city Knoxville has become. Hot country singer Keith Urban, winner of dozens … Continue reading
A “Sex and the City”/”Iron Chef America” weekend
Like . It was an Iron Chef weekend in New York City for us, thanks to a generous auction item donated by Scripps Networks at “Cork Savvy,” a wine-tasting event put on by the Urban League Young Professionals. The package … Continue reading
Filed under: Events, Food, Media, Theater 22 Comments
“A pretty darn good season”
Like That’s what Cal MacLean, artistic director of the Clarence Brown Theatre, told supporters to expect from the Theatre starting Sept. 5. And he brought the goods to prove it at the preview party held at the Southern Depot earlier … Continue reading
Filed under: Downtown, Events, Knoxville, Theater 8 Comments
Symphony opening events signal great season
Like The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra‘s 2012-2013 season has opened with a flurry of activity that bodes well for a dynamic and interesting year. This is the KSO’s 77th year and it’s also noteworthy because it is the 10th year of … Continue reading
Filed under: Events, Knoxville, Music, Theater 4 Comments
Feuding editor and mayor bring down the house at 34th annual Front Page Follies show
Like Lord knows the 34th annual Front Page Follies show had plenty of raw material this year. The annual spoof of news makers produced and performed by the local chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists (and friends) is a … Continue reading
Filed under: Events, Journalism, Knoxville, Media, Music, Public Relations, Theater 13 Comments