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Broadway’s Next Bow At Memorial Auditorium

Memorial Auditorium in downtown Chattanooga.
Tivoli Theatre Foundation
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Memorial Auditorium in downtown Chattanooga.

Let’s stay with the theatre, but change the venue - and talk about the upcoming season of Broadway at the Memorial Auditorium here in Chattanooga.

Nick Wilkinson is CEO of the Tivoli Theatre Foundation.

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