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Scenic Roots - Tues 6/13/23

Scenic Roots - Tues 6/13/23
  • William Isom, director of the Black in Appalachia Project.
  • Rockabilly Shakespeare: “The Two Gentlemen of Verona.”
  • Kris Bespalec, artist-in-residence at the Houston Museum.
  • These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”
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  • The Black in Appalachia Project - based here in East Tennessee - highlights stories and contributions of African-Americans throughout this region, the Mountain South in particular. On Thursday, the Project’s director William Isom comes to Chattanooga - at Stove Works, starting at 6 PM.
  • “The Two Gentlemen of Verona” is this year’s production from the Conasauga Shakespeare Coalition in Northwest Georgia. Performances are this Friday and Saturday at Prater’s Mill in Varnell, and next Friday and Saturday at Burr Performing Arts Park in Dalton.
  • In the Bluff View Art District in downtown Chattanooga, you’ll find the Houston Museum of Decorative Arts. Within its Victorian walls are antiques and collectibles from that era through the Depression era - and quite recently, a new addition: an artist in residence.