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From Words, Notes And Stages To Simulations And Ghost Tours

Jason Tinney
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Jason Tinney

Jason Tinney plays many roles - on and off stage.

An author, actor, musician and storyteller, he is assistant theatre director at the McCallie School here in Chattanooga.

Jason is also a simulated patient actor and scriptwriter for the Arts-Based Collaborative here on our campus, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga - abc at utc - in partnership with the UTC School of Nursing.

And if you’re curious about this city’s haunted history, Jason is a storyteller and guide for Chattanooga Ghost Tours.

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  • Jason Tinney plays many roles - on and off stage. An author, actor, musician and storyteller, he is assistant theatre director at the McCallie School here in Chattanooga - and a simulated patient actor and scriptwriter for the Arts-Based Collaborative here at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, in partnership with the UTC School of Nursing.
  • Richard Winham shares the second part of a performance by The Irish Brothers at the Mountain Arts Community Center on Signal Mountain. (First aired 5/24/22)