photo by Kelly Lacy
Last fall, the Pop-up Project’s immersive adventure, "If These Walls Could Talk …", brought thousands of visitors from throughout the greater Chattanooga area and across the country to Mill Town, a diverse and walkable mixed-use development near Chattanooga’s Oak Grove and Ridgedale neighborhoods.
This year, a new production, "Until the Sun Rises," will make use of a broader range of spaces within the Coosa Mill, 1800 S. Watkins St., the historic and haunting textile factory in the heart of the neighborhood.
Tickets are now on sale for all performances of "Until the Sun Rises" at thepopupproject.org
"Our collaboration with The Pop-up Project last year was one of the most exciting community investments in our company’s history, and we are proud to continue working with them this fall,” said Ethan Collier, president of Collier Construction. “We look forward to welcoming more new people to Mill Town and showing them how this community is transforming.”
Jules Downum, The Pop-up Project’s co-founder and director, said, "The Pop-up Project can’t wait to return to Mill Town for another immersive, interactive adventure, and we’re grateful for the continued support from Ethan and his team. This year’s show is full of heart, and is based on stories from individuals whose moral beauty we find inspiring.”
"Until the Sun Rises" is presented by Mill Town. A variety of residential and commercial spaces for both lease and for sale are currently available; more information may be found at milltownchattanooga.com.
This year’s events are also being sponsored by HHM CPAs, The Group Real Estate Brokerage, Humanaut, HK Architects, Fox and Fern and Elemi Architects. Additional sponsorship opportunities are available.
A dress rehearsal for patrons with mobility challenges will be held on Sunday, Oct. 29.
Opening night is Friday, Nov. 3, with additional performances on Saturday, Nov. 4 and Sunday, Nov. 11. Prices vary; visit thepopupproject.org
to purchase and get more information.
photo by Kelly Lacy