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Chattanoogans Online: Marcus Ellsworth

How do you take an intimate theater setting, move it behind a computer screen, and disperse it to thousands of viewers across town, even across the nation? How do you take the spontaneity of an open mic composed of everything from burlesque ...

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Back Alley Productions is bringing to life our very own "The Mars Theatre on the Air". Modeled after the Mercury Theatre of "War of the Worlds" fame, we will be producing radio shows to share with our local ... Read more

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Seven years ago, The Pulse did a cover story entitled “All the City’s a Stage” which focused on four fledgling theatre companies fresh on the Chattanooga arts scene. We wanted to find the persons profiled in that story and see how their theatres ... Read more

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Casper Cox tells a compelling story in his book "Snorkeling the Hidden Rivers of Southern Appalachia". Behind that narrative is the story of how a graphic artist, owner of Prizam Signs and Graphics, became an ... Read more

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The UTC Department of Art, along with the Contemporary Cress, announce the annual 2020 BFA Senior Thesis Exhibition—online-only this year at utcbfa.com—and celebrate thirty-seven graduates from the Department of Art ... Read more

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Modeled after the Mercury Theatre of "War of the Worlds" fame, Back Alley Production we will be producing radio shows to share with our local community while the theatre remains closed. Our first episode is "Trifles" ... Read more

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A Tony Award-winning musical about a high-spirited governess from an Austrian convent will open the season and a farcical mash-up of 16th century Shakespeare and 21st century Broadway will close it as the Chattanooga Theatre Centre announces ... Read more

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