Arcadia Publishing has published a third book by author/historian Gay Morgan Moore. Chattanooga's St. Elmo contains 127 pages of historical photographs and text about Chattanooga's suburb at the foot of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee.
The documentary Press, Pause, Play will be screened at the Hunter Museum on September 20th, 2012. A panel discussion will follow with film organizer Christian Collier, artist Isaac Duncan and Professor Phillip Lewis.
Jack Gray has donned a tuxedo and dark eye shadow to bring the character Dr. Shock back from the grave. He has revived Tommy Reynold's character from the 1960's and 70's late night television show in Chattanooga.
Mise en Scenesters has teamed up with the Chattanooga Film Society to screen Reel Old School, a documentary that features Steve Albini and other producers discussing how digital recording and the Internet have changed the recording industry. Two Chattanooga college students created it. The screening is August 13th at the downtown YMCA.
Hannibal Buress has written for Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock and performed stand-up comedy around the world, including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. On August 30th, he'll headline the Vaudeville Cafe. Buress’s style of comedy is steeped in commentary on everyday life.
Brent and Elizabeth Haley of Revolution Works have written and and produced an adult-themed but family friendly play called 'Mystic Town'. This play features Bigfoot, an alien and the Loch Ness Monster meeting up in the world of humans.
Two weeks ago, Katie Whipple won the Silver Medal in the non-handicap beginner women’s division at the Karate National Championships. Whipple is a 33 year old woman from Dunlap, Tennessee who is legally blind.
'Hair' opens on CTC's Circle stage on June 15th for a month of Friday and Saturday night performances. This one-of-a-kind, American tribal rock musical debuted in 1967 at the Joseph Papp Public Theatre and opened on Broadway the following year. Forty five years later, Scott Dunlap directs the first production of 'Hair' ever staged by the Chattanooga Theatre Centre.
Listen to the interview with Director Scott Dunlap and Musical Director Andrew Chauncey about this production:
ETC opened 'Drift' this weekend at the St. Andrew's Center. Director Garry Posey describes it as a "new edge rock musical." This play about divorce is rock-driven rather than orchestra driven. In that sense, it's different from most Broadway-style musicals. It incorporates video elements as well as live performances. 'Drift' runs on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through June 17, 2012. For more information, click here.