Upcoming Events At Chattanooga Theatre Centre

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Upcoming events at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre:



JUNE  /  CHATTANOOGA THEATRE CENTRE EVENTS

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Summer Academies Begin

1-, 2-, and 3-week sessions

through August 2

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“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” at 8:00

 Opening night party starts at 7:00 with complimentary snacks and adult beverages

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Nine4Ninety Special

9 shows for $90

Specially priced season’s tickets go on sale to the general public to celebrate our 90th anniversary.

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“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” at 8:00

Stay afterwards and watch the Riverbend Fireworks Finale from the CTC patio at no extra charge.

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“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” at 8:00

Followed by Talk Back with the cast and director and music director.

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“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” at 8:00


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“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” at 8:00

Girls’ Night Out with complimentary snacks and adult beverages sponsored by Brewer Media

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Nine4Ninety Ends at 5:00 p.m.

Last day to purchase specially priced tickets for the 2013-2014/90th anniversary season.

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“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” at 8:00

Talk about the real Andrew Jackson with Dr. Daryl Black, executive director of the Chattanooga History Center, after tonight’s performance.

 

JULY  /  CHATTANOOGA THEATRE CENTRE EVENTS

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Star Spangled Supper

5:30 – 7:30 meal

8:00 Concert     Fireworks at dark

Join us for a delicious barbecue supper at the CTC and enjoy the Chattanooga Symphony’s patriotic concert and fireworks

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“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” at 8:00

 

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“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” at 8:00


8/9

Auditions for the musical “The Secret Garden”

7:30 pm

Directed by Mike Lees. Opening show of our 90th season

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“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” at 8:00


12

“Legally Blonde” at 8:00


Opening night gala begins at 7:00 catered by Events with Taste with complimentary hors d’oeuvres and beverages.

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“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” at 8:00


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“Legally Blonde” at 8:00


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“Legally Blonde” at 7:00

Featuring real-time captioning for our deaf and hard-of-hearing patrons.

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“Legally Blonde” at 8:00


Talk Back after the performance with the cast and director, music director, and choreographer

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“Legally Blonde” at 8:00


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“Legally Blonde” at 2:30


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“Legally Blonde” at 7:00



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“Legally Blonde” at 8:00

Girls’ Night Out sponsored by Brewer Media with complimentary snacks and drinks

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“Legally Blonde” at 8:00


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“Legally Blonde” at 2:30

Final Performance

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Final week of CTC Summer Academy for 2013


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Auditions for “Wiley and the Hairy Man” (Youth Theatre)

Directed by Scott Dunlap. Opening Youth Theatre production for 2013-2014.



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Direct Divide Brings Violin Amplified Rock To Rhythm And Brews Oct. 9

The violin amplified rock trio Direct Divide will play at Rhythm and Brews on Thursday, Oct. 9. Review for Direct Divide: If Lindsay Sterling played Vivaldi with a rock violin strapped to her shoulder, amplified with ferocity through a guitar amp, sang with a tone of Natalie Merchant and edge of Pat Benetar over classically influenced piano and a modern hard-rock band, you ... (click for more)

Sewell Says City, EPB "Close" On Amount Owed By Utility To City On Street Light Overbilling

City Internal Auditor Stan Sewell told City Council members on Tuesday that EPB and the city are "close" on the amount owed by the utility to the city on street light overbilling. Mr. Sewell said the city computed the amount at about $1.2 million, while he said EPB's auditing firm, Mauldin and Jenkins, has it at $1.5 million for an 89-month period that was audited. Mr. Sewell ... (click for more)

City Council Votes 5-4 On New Process For Naming IDB Members

The City Council voted Tuesday night 5-4 to set up a new process for naming members to the Industrial Development Board (IDB), which currently has four vacancies. The process includes three City Council panels: A (Districts 1, 2, 3), B (Districts 4, 5, 6), and C (Districts 7, 8, 9). Group A will fill two of the vacancies and Groups B and C one each. Agreement ... (click for more)

Why So Much For A Rail Study?

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Roy Exum: I’m Certainly No Expert

Sometime on Monday night, after I had written a piece on getting swatted with a switch as a kid, I got an email from ESPN Canada asking if I would be a televised guest on “Off the Record,” the most watched daily sports show in Canada. The subject: corporal punishment in America. Are you kidding me? I am hardly an expert. All weekend my world of sports and its excitement was warped ... (click for more)