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Strutting Their Stuff: This Year’s Sunday Showcase On Stage At UTC

From last year’s Sunday Showcase at UTC.
Performing Arts League
From last year’s Sunday Showcase at UTC.

This weekend, the Sunday Showcase returns to our campus, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Young performers will display their talents to support the Performing Arts League - starting at 3 PM on Sunday in the Fine Arts Center here at UTC - featuring choral and instrumental music, dance, drama and musical theater.

Karen Wilson is board president for the Performing Arts League.

Steve Ray - head of the theatre department here at UTC - is directing the Showcase.

Ray is the host and producer of Scenic Roots, Mondays - Thursdays at 3 PM on WUTC.
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