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New Works By Artists For 30 Years Of Barking Legs Theater

Outside Barking Legs Theater.
Barking Legs Theater
Outside Barking Legs Theater.

What better way to celebrate than incubate?

This month, Barking Legs Theater here in Chattanooga is hosting nearly two dozen events to mark its 30th anniversary.

Among them: new works by artists from an incubator residency project at the concert hall on Dodds Avenue.

On Monday, starting at 7:30 PM, Moll King will perform “As You Did to the Leased of These” - while Donnie Marsh and Ashley Saturday will perform “Amen Cul du Sac,” both works appropriate for mature audiences.

Banner from New Works from the Barking Legs Theater Incubator Residency Project for artists.
Barking Legs Theater

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