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

14

Nine4Ninety Special

9 shows for $90

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

15

“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

5

“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” at 8:00

 

6

“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

12

“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.

13

“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” at 8:00


13

“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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