The Arthritis Foundation Tennessee will hold a trivia night Saturday from 7-10 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre to raise money for youth who suffer from juvenile arthritis to attend a special summer camp.
Mardi Gras at the Capitol will raise money to benefit Sherry’s Run on Friday at 6:30 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre in Lebanon.
Encore Theatre Co. will feature opening night Friday of its first LUX radio show of the 2018 season, “Sorry Wrong Number,” written by Lucille Fletcher and transcribed for the stage by Don Breedwell.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors 60 and older and children 12 and younger. To get tickets, visit ticketsnashville.com or make reservations and pay at the door by calling 615-598-8950.
Centerstage Theatre Co. partnered with Cumberland University last weekend to honor two Civil Rights Movement icons with “The Meeting” in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday.
Encore Theatre Co. will hold open auditions for the first radio show of the 2018 season, the suspense drama, “Sorry, Wrong Number” by Louise Fletcher and adapted by Don Breedwell.
Former Memphis and Shelby County Mayor AC Wharton will lead the discussion during next Saturday’s talk-back session following Centerstage Theatre Co.’s presentation of “The Meeting.”
Audience of One’s 2018 season will begin with “Singing in the Rain.” Dee said the actors have grown in their talents since the group’s first show in 2015, “Into the Woods.” Dee will serve as director of “Singing in the Rain.”
Centerstage Theatre Co. and Cumberland University will partner or a special, two-night-only community outreach event during Martin Luther King Jr. weekend.
Voting continues for the 2017 Broadway World Nashville Awards and local theatre group, Centerstage Theatre Co., snagged several nominations.
About 500 cars came through this year’s Lebanon Cumberland Presbyterian Church drive through nativity scene, according to event coordinator Jessica Templeton.
More than 300 people came to Friday night’s Christmas-themed Beer and Hymns at the Capitol Theatre.
The Rising Phoenix Players are a youth theater group based at the Cumberland Arts Academy at Cumberland University. The youth troupe puts on several productions a year and holds theater camps in the summertime. They have worked once a week for the past six weeks to put on their Christmas program this year.
The Journey to Bethlehem live nativity scene will be open to the public Friday and Saturday from 7-9 p.m. at Lebanon Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
A comedy for the entire family, the play will be directed by James Bealor. The show will run weekends from Dec. 8-17. Friday and Saturday performances will start at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday matinees begin at 2:30 p.m. The theatre will open 30 minutes before show time.