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Chattanooga Theatre Centre Names 8 to Board of Directors

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre is expanding its Board of Directors with eight appointments it says will add expertise and diverse perspectives to the non-profit organization’s governing board. Newly elected to the board are Roger Cass, Josh Garcia, Magge Hudgins, Amy Meller, Pam Miller, Jan Suhrbier, Shelia Wofford, and Beth McClary Wolford. “The Board of Directors […]

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How We’re Making CTC Safe for Our Audiences

As we welcome audiences back to the Chattanooga Theatre Centre, we have developed these safety guidelines to strike a balance between protecting the health and well-being of our patrons, volunteers, and staff and providing a theatre experience that is enjoyable for our patrons. This 22-step safety plan is extensive, but we feel that it is […]

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100-Year-Old Sisters Welcome You to Their Home in CTC’s HAVING OUR SAY October 2-18

Warm, feisty, witty, and wise, the Delany sisters—103-year-old Sadie and 101-year-old Bessie—walk us through the last century through the lens of the African-American experience as the Chattanooga Theatre Centre returns to the stage with HAVING OUR SAY: THE DELANY SISTERS’ FIRST 100 YEARS, opening Friday, October 2, and running through Sunday, October 18. HAVING OUR […]

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Fall Classes Kick Off in Person & Online

Our education program is kicking off the fall with a combination of in-person and virtual offerings. “Acting the Script” will be offered in person to multiple ages to help students make meaning out of the words in a play physically, verbally, and emotionally. Students will work with scenes from published plays to understand the characters, […]

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CTC Debuts Riverfront Concerts with Kofi Mawuko & Ogya World Music Band

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre is debuting concerts on its riverfront lawn with a performance by local percussionist Kofi Mawuko and the Ogya World Music Band on Saturday, September 19. Along with his band, Mawuko, a native of Ghana who has traveled the world as a master drummer, plays high-energy world music that blends jazz and […]

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CTC Excited to Bring Theatre Back to Stage with Fall Series

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre is reinventing what the live theatre experience looks like as it moves forward with an abbreviated season of three live productions—two that reflect social issues at the forefront of the national consciousness—coming to its stage this fall. After closing its doors over five months ago, the CTC announces a lineup of […]

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CTC Recognizes Outstanding Volunteers for the 2019-2020 Season

Volunteers contributing to six shows that made it to the stage in an abbreviated 2019-2020 season—including two plays, two musicals, and two Youth Theatre shows—won honors at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s volunteer awards presentation and celebration on Saturday, August 29. With its theme “Dress Up from the Waist Up,” the virtual event was conducted via […]

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Announcing the Nominees for the 2019-2020 Volunteer Awards

Nothing, not even a pandemic, will keep us from celebrating our volunteers! Our annual volunteer recognition party is going on as scheduled on Saturday, August 29, only on Zoom this go-round. It’s our chance to recognize all of our volunteers for the contributions they made during the 2019-2020 season. Even though we didn’t make it through the […]

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Develop Your Auditioning & Acting Skills at CTC’s Adult Academy

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre is pleased to introduce its new Adult Academy and two upcoming training opportunities for actors. Starting next Sunday, August 2, the CTC is conducting two one-week experiences for intensive training in auditioning and character development. Conducted safely away from the pressure of the audition and rehearsal rooms, both on-site workshops offer […]

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CTC to Postpone 2020-2021 Season Until 2021-2022

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre is moving its entire 2020-2021 season to 2021-2022 in response to the COVID-19 crisis, although the theatre is exploring other performance possibilities in the coming months. “We’ve made the tough decision to pick up our upcoming season in its entirety and move it a year down the road,” says CTC marketing […]

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