Broadway At The Tivoli Theatre Open House Is Monday

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

The Tivoli Theatre Foundation is hosting its Broadway Open House at the Tivoli Theatre Monday from 6-7:30 p.m.

At the open house guests will be able to pick seats from available inventory and purchase subscriptions for the upcoming Trust Company of Tennessee Broadway at the Tivoli 2018-19 season.

There will be complimentary champagne and light snacks in the lobby in addition to the playing of select musical numbers from titles of this year’s Broadway season.

The Tivoli will open two hours early at 4 p.m. for Friends of the Tivoli at the Supporter ($250) donation level and above. These eligible Friends will get the first chance to secure the best remaining seats for the 2018-2019 Trust Company of Tennessee at the Tivoli Season and be part of a special reception on the Tivoli Theatre stage featuring the Mighty Wurlitzer and giveaways.

To become a Friend of the Tivoli contact Nick Wilkinson with the Tivoli Theatre Foundation at 432-1888 or nwilkinson@TivoliChattanooga.com.



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