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CTC’s Riverfront Series Presents Evening of Reggae with Natti Love Joys on June 17

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s Concerts on the Lawn Series continues on Thursday, June 17, with a reggae-packed performance by the Natti Love Joys on the CTC’s riverfront lawn. The Natti Love Joys play the classic reggae of Bob Marley and others and R&B hits played in reggae style, mixed in with their own original music. […]

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CTC’s Northshore Karass Series Continues June 15 with the Counterpoint Trio

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s new Northshore Karass Performing Arts Series continues with a performance by the Counterpoint Trio on Tuesday, June 15, at 7 p.m. in the CTC’s intimate Circle Theatre. The trio is comprised of Gordon Inman on clarinet, J.P. Brian-Slack on violin, and Tim Henson-Hinck on piano. The program includes Serenade for Three, […]

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CTC’s Riverfront Concert Series Presents the New Dismembered Tennesseans on June 10

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s Concerts on the Lawn Series continues on Thursday, June 10, with a performance by one of the most beloved bands in the region, the New Dismembered Tennesseans, on the CTC’s riverfront lawn. The Dismembered Tennesseans’ rousing blend of bluegrass has been going strong since 1945, when the band was formed by […]

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CTC Kicks Off Summer Riverfront Concerts with Rick Rushing & the Blues Strangers on June 3

Rick Rushing & the Blues Strangers will kick off the Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s summer Concerts on the Lawn series on Thursday, June 3, on the CTC’s riverfront lawn. The series will continue in the month of June with a performance on Thursday, June 10, by regional bluegrass favorite the New Dismembered Tennesseans and on Thursday, […]

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Northshore Karass Series Continues May 25 with Big Fig Concert

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s new Northshore Karass Performing Arts Series continues with a performance by the acclaimed Figment Chamber Ensemble, affably known as the Big Fig, on Tuesday, May 25, at 7 p.m. in the CTC’s riverfront lobby. The Figment Chamber Ensemble, founded by Chattanooga musician Ben Van Winkle, is distinguished by its unique instrumentation. […]

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The Laugh Track: Chris Williamson’s Journey to Teaching the Arts

Chris Williamson in LOBBY HERO If you were to imagine someone with the perfect skills to teach stand-up comedy at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s Summer Academy, perhaps that person would have experience as both a teacher and a stand-up comic. Hard as that person might be to come by, the CTC found him in Chris […]

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Northshore Karass Film Series Showcases Local Talents May 3-4 & 10-11

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s Northshore Karass Performing Arts Series takes a break from making music for a four-night short film series showcasing the talents of 11 local filmmakers. Monday, May 3: Bands That Bind, a music video cycle by Zach Laliberte. ~16 minutes -Don’t Talk -Blame L.A. -Blinded Steer -Look Who’s Lucky Now Hold Music, […]

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Northshore Karass Series Continues April 20 with 3X2 Concert

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s new Northshore Karass Performing Arts Series continues with a 3X2 Concert on Tuesday, April 20, at 7 p.m. Three members of Chattanooga’s acclaimed Figment Chamber Ensemble–Gordon Inman on clarinet, Charlie Edholm on guitar, and Ben Van Winkle on cello–will perform duos in the CTC’s riverfront lobby. The concert will feature a […]

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Tune In to VINTAGE HITCHCOCK: A LIVE RADIO PLAY April 16-May 2

The ticking of a bomb. The chiming of a clock. A slamming door. Hurried footsteps. Dramatic sound effects created live on stage accompany the dramatic stories that play out on stage as the Chattanooga Theatre Centre presents VINTAGE HITCHCOCK: A LIVE RADIO PLAY, opening April 16 and running through May 2. From the mind of […]

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CTC Introduces Northshore Karass Performing Arts Series April 6

Classical music has been clarinetist, composer, and instructor Gordon Inman’s bread and butter for more than a decade, but with a new venture launching in April, the 31-year-old wants to bring some youthfulness to the undertaking and begin to reverse the stereotype of chamber music as stuffy and old fashioned. That objective has manifested itself […]

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