Limestone Connections Visits Star Line Books For Performance, Reading And Signing

Thursday, September 28, 2017
Limestone Connection
Limestone Connection

Star Line Books will host the creative endeavors of Limestone Connection on Thursday, Oct. 26, from 6:30-8 p.m. Limestone Connection is the playwriting and performing duo created by Americana writers and musicians, Jason Tinney and Holly Morse-Ellington.

In addition to filling the shop with music, Jason Tinney will also read from his award-winning debut novel, Ripple Meets the Deep and host a signing afterwards.  

Forming in October 2014, Limestone Connection have written and acted in staged productions of two of their original plays with original musical score, including Fifty Miles Away, first-place winner of the international 2015 Frostburg University Center for Literary Arts One Act Festival. They have performed dramatic readings and musical performances in over 50 venues since their formation, including the inaugural Light City Baltimore 2016, Martin County Arts Fest in Stuart, Florida, and a special performance for school children in Nepal following the 2015 earthquakes. They are both company members of the Dramatists Guild Foundation and Pumpkin Theatre. They are currently filming the screen adaptation of Fifty Miles Away, to be released by Voyager Media Group in 2018.  

Star Line Books is at 1467 Market St., Suite 106, and remains the only exclusively new, independent bookstore in Chattanooga. Please visit www.starlinebooks.com for more information. 




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