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Events for November 6, 2019
Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit Coming to Morristown The Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street, in cooperation with Humanities Tennessee, presents “Crossroads: Change in Rural America.” The exhibition examining the evolving landscape and culture of rural America opens at Rose Center on Saturday, November 2. “Crossroads” will be on view through December 7. Rose Center and the surroundingFind out more »
Maytag Virgin By Audrey Cefaly When Jack moves in to a house next to Lizzy they find that they have as many things in common as they do differences, and a relationship that begins as a coincidental, neighborly friendship becomes an unexpected journey of self-discovery and healing. This is a character driven play set inFind out more »
Wait Until Dark By Frederick Knott, Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher ”Outstanding...A funny, fast-paced, edge-of-your-seat thriller!” Murder, secret identities, and a switchblade named Geraldine sets the stage for this white-knuckle thriller that will have you screeching with delight! In a new, fresh adaptation of Frederick Knott’s original compelling mystery that will have you shrieking out loud,Find out more »
The Loophole By Stacey Isom Campbell Darlene and Charlene, twin sisters from South Carolina, steal $20.5 million from the Department of Defense through a loophole. What begins as an accident turns into a 7-year fraud that these middle-aged Baptist women justify. Funny and touching, The Loophole is a surprising look at greed, grief and theFind out more »
The Producers Book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, Music & Lyrics by Mel Brooks “Fun, funny and alive!” Mel Brooks turned his iconic cult classic film into a record breaking musical for the stage. A hotshot Broadway producer, who has lost his luck and his partner in crime, attempt to create and produce theFind out more »
PARAMOUNT BRISTOL PRESENTS KARLA BONOFF WITH NINA GERBER NOV 06 @ 8 PM Karla Bonoff emerged as a singer songwriter from the Monday night hootenanny scene at the Troubadour nightclub in Los Angeles. She wrote classic songs for artists such as Linda Ronstadt, Wynonna Judd and Bonnie Raitt, and contributed to films like Footloose. ManyFind out more »