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Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City will present Elizabeth Rose,

Storyteller, on Saturday May 3rd, at 7:30 PM. Cost is $10. For reservations, call

423-365-PLAY or online at http://www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com.

Elizabeth shares stories woven with wit, humor, and expressive enthusiasm.

She has the ability to mesmerize her listeners, transporting them through her

image-laden tales of other times and cultures. She has thrilled children and adults

alike with her vivacious storytelling in classrooms, festivals, and conferences around

the country. She is truly captivating in voice and presentation!

In addition to storytelling, Ms. Rose is the Cherokee Middle School Principal,

East TN TEAM Trainer, Educational Presenter, Runner, Fitness Fanatic, and

University of Tennessee Alumni. http://ow.ly/i/5kIys

Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City will present An Evening with Josh
Miller in a singer/songwriter program on Saturday, April 26 at 7:30 PM. Cost is
$10. For reservations, call 365-PLAY or online at http://www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com.
Josh Miller, a native of Spring City, Tennessee, has been playing music
professionally for 10 years. In such time, he has achieved goals that most musicians
just dream about, such as the playing on the Grand Ole Opry, playing a year with
world-famous country star Joe Diffie, and playing music venues from Miami,
Florida to Victoria, Canada. As a songwriter, he has a number one under his belt,
with more than a dozen songs populating the radio. Now focusing on his family,
Miller has decided to come off the road and only play a few shows a year. This
indefinite sabbatical has given him the opportunity to focus on songwriting and
rekindle the love for the music the road, too often, takes away.
An Evening with Josh Miller will encompass songs that he’s written over his
10 year career, songs from his favorite songwriters, and brand-new songs never
heard before. It’s sure to be a fun night of music, sad songs, and stories. http://ow.ly/i/550V3

“So you want to commit a murder.” This is the first line in a book purchased by Myron Bernhart. And here’s a guy who knows his books since he’s collected some rare ones and proud of it. That is until his nagging wife, Marge, decides to sell them. In this fast-paced comedy-mystery, nothing seems to go right, even when you go by the book. Of course, that’s when the title of the book is Murder for Dummies.
For more information, go to http://www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com.April 11-20, 2014 http://ow.ly/vFvHP

Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City will present the mystery/comedy Murder for Dummies on April 11-20. Cost is $10. Performances are Friday and Saturdays at 7:30 PM and Sundays at 2 PM. For reservations, call 365-PLAY or online at http://www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com.
“So you want to commit a murder.” This is the first line in a book purchased by Myron Bernhart. And here’s a guy who knows his books since he’s collected some rare ones and proud of it. That is until his nagging wife, Marge, decides to sell them. In this fast-paced comedy-mystery, nothing seems to go right, even when you go by the book. Of course, that’s when the title of the book is Murder for Dummies.
The cast includes Leia Barker, Anessa VanHorn, Tina Wade, Patty Jackson,
Frank Landreth, Steve Orender, Mike Jackson, Cassandra Madden, Suzan Bean,
Connie Roberts, Minnie Wimmer, Dan Frank, Kathy Soja, Kristan Janow and Clyde Armstrong.

The play is directed by Harry Landreth and sponsored by First Bank of Tennessee. For more information, go to http://www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com. http://ow.ly/i/54ec7

Auditions for Oklahoma! will be held at TVT on Monday, March 31 at 7 PM, and Wednesday, April 2 at 7 PM. We are looking for men, women and teenagers to sing and dance, or warble and shuffle, to the old fashioned prairie raising tunes we all remember. We promise a fun time for ranchers and farmers, alike. Please come, and bring friends and family.

All interested in major singing parts should come prepared to sing stanza 1 of “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

 

Performances are June 13,14 and 15th and June 20,21 & 22, 2014  http://ow.ly/i/4Zn4m

“Alice @ Wonderland” Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City will hold auditions for Alice @ Wonderland on Monday and Tuesday March 17 & 18 at 4 to 6 PM. Roles for 15 males and females grades 6-12 are needed. The play is directed by Mandy McCuiston Clark. School performances are on May 14-16.
What would happen if a 21st century Alice collided with Lewis Carroll’s legendary Wonderland? This modern retelling of the classic children’s story has all of the characters you know and love, including the Mad Hatter, the White Rabbit and the Queen of Hearts. The story is laid out in traditional style, except that Alice is distinctly contemporary, complete with cell phone in hand.
For more information go to www/tennesseevalleytheatre.com.
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PATSY CLINE. Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City will present Shani Hedden’s A Tribute to Patsy Cline on Saturday, March 15, at 7:30 PM. Cost is $10. Call 365-PLAY for reservations or online at http://www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com.

Shani Hedden played the role of Patsy Cline in Ted Swindley’s blockbuster musical, Always, Patsy Cline at the Chattanooga Theatre Center. She has worked as a singer with such people as Keith Harling (MCA Nashville), Kim Forester (The Forester Sisters), Dennis Britt (Co-writer for The Mavericks), Willie Kitchens (The Impressions), Bryan Sutton (Dolly Parton, Ricky Skaggs) and Keith Bradford (Kitty Wells). She was among the Top Ten Vocalists out of 3,500+ performers at the 2004 International Modeling and Talent Association (IMTA) Showcase in Los Angeles. http://ow.ly/i/4O8PH

Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City will present Roane Choral Society’s
Americana: Our Musical Heritage on Friday, February 28. Showtime is 7:30 PM and cost is
$10. This is a celebration of the nation’s musical legacy from past to present with selections
ranging from early folk music to gospel. The performance will include rousing pioneer,
folk, gospel, and spiritual songs. Selections from Frostiana, with words by Robert Frost
and music by Randall Thompson, will also be presented.

Eugene Hattaway leads the Roane Choral Society as Music Director/Conductor for
his fifth season, coming from First Baptist Church in Knoxville where he served 25 years as
Minister of Music. Mr. Hattaway is currently director of the Whitestone Singers and the
Knoxville Nativity Pageant; assistant conductor of the CenturyMen; and Minister of Music
at the First Baptist Church of Tellico Village.
For reservations, call (423) 365-PLAY or online at http://www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com. http://ow.ly/i/4B9Um

Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City will hold auditions for Murder for Dummies on Monday and Tuesday, February 17 & 18, at 6:30 PM. Needed are six men and 10 women. Performance dates are April 11-13 & 18-20. Directed by Harry Landreth

“So you want to commit a murder.” This is the first line in a book purchased by Myron Bernhart. And here’s a guy who knows his books since he’s collected some rare ones and proud of it. That is until his nagging wife, Marge, decides to sell them. In this fast-paced comedy-mystery, nothing seems to go right, even when you go by the book. Of course, that’s when the title of the book is Murder for Dummies.
For more information, go to http://www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com. http://ow.ly/i/4w3nt

“The Matchmaker-A Farce in Four Acts” by Thornton Wilder is coming to Tennessee Valley Theatre, in Spring City February 14-23. Tickets are $10. For reservations, call (423)365-PLAY or go to http://www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com

“The Matchmaker,” the straight-play basis for “Hello, Dolly!” is a light, hopeful examination of the American preoccupation with money and class. The play is just as much fun as the musical treatment, and the characters just as large. The farcical energy sweeps through every moment of the play, it is a classically perfect example of farce – with plenty of wonderful roles for both men and women as well. The themes of class mobility and money are treated with heart and grace, with a moral that will resonate with any American today and likely far into the future – money must be used for good. Directed by James C. Beam. SPONSORED BY: COMMUNITY NATIONAL BANK

For more info on Tennessee Valley Theatre, go to: tennesseevalleytheatre.com

**PHOTO(s) ATTACHED**
Photo 1, pictured l-r: Tony McCuiston as Horace Vandergelder & Anita Hale as Dolly Levi.
Photo 2 (cast), pictured l-r back row: April Hackler, Mike Jackson, Minnie Wimmer, Tony McCuiston, Antia Hale, Jamie McIntosh and Dan Frank. Front row l-r: Kathy Soja, Anessa Van Horn, Kristen Liles, John McCallister, Bailey Hufstetler and Brian Hufstetler. Not pictured: Amber Oakerson

For reservations, call (423)365-PLAY (7529) or go to http://www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com.

Tennessee Valley Theatre is a 501(C)(3) non-profit corporation. Your tax deductible donations help fund a wide variety of drama, music, and arts programs and workshops, year-round, for people of all ages. TVT presents over 20 different shows and events each year!

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