Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City will present Bill Landry in a benefit for Safe Haven Light House on Friday, July 6, at 7:30 PM.
Safe Haven Light is a respite home that provides shelter for Rhea County children who, through no act of their own, find themselves homeless.
Safe Haven Light is operated by We Care Community Services, Inc.
Cost is $15. Call 365-PLAY or online at http://www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com for reservations.
Come hear the tales of the people and places of East Tennessee as told by our regions master storyteller. The LeConte Jug Band and George Thacker will provide additional entertainment.
Bill Landry was the voice, host/narrator, and co-producer of The Heartland Series, which airs on the NBC affiliate in Knoxville, Tennessee. Since it began in 1984 in celebration of the people and the land of the Appalachian region, over 1,800 short features have been produced, including 150 half-hour episodes that air
Saturday’s as Heartland Tonight, on WBIR-TV, Channel 10.
A graduate of Trinity University, the Dallas Theatre Center, with a Master of Fine Arts degree, and a BA in literature from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Bill has received 2 Emmy Awards for directing episodes of the Series. The Series has won numerous national and international awards, including
5 Emmy Awards, 3 Iris Awards, and numerous outdoor, Civil War, history and media awards, and is generally regarded as the most highly awarded local television program in the region’s history. Bill has also received the “Education in Appalachia Award’ from Carson Newman College and an Honorary Doctorate in Humanities from Lincoln Memorial University. http://ow.ly/i/HPeE