Please join us for a special concert version of an original Chattanooga Theatre Centre musical, The Tailor of Gloucester
This beautiful story, filled with joy and music, is the perfect beginning to your family’s holiday season. One performance only – November 18, 2017 at 7:00 PM
Adapted from the story by Beatrix Potter. Book by Michael Huseman and Chuck Tuttle. Music and additional lyrics by Michael Huseman
This concert version brings Beatrix Potter’s charming story to life through music and words, with age-appropriate content and time sensitivity for the youngest of audiences.
An old tailor must make a coat for the mayor of Gloucester to wear for his wedding on Christmas Day. But he falls ill and cannot leave his bed. If he doesn’t finish the coat he is undone. Fortunately, he has some small furry friends who come to his aid in his time of need. Enjoy this warm Christmas story that your family will never forget.
Tickets are $10 per person and can be purchased at the box office, at the door or on this website.The Tailor of Gloucester Tickets
The Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s TheatreQuest Presents “The R Play: 30 Words in 30 Minutes”
Race to the Chattanooga Theatre Centre and join our Revelries as we Raise the Roof for the letter R. Hear the Rambunctious Racketeer as he Raves about his (less than) Reliable Remedies, Regard the blend of troubles in R Town, and Revel in some Ridiculous Rock n Roll. This Rousing Romp pits a group of Resolute Raconteurs against the clock. Can they use 30 R words in 30 minutes? If not there’s a pie in the face waiting for one of them. Reject your other plans and Rejoice in our Raucous Repartee. You won’t Regret it!
November 11 & 18 at 10:30 AM
Tickets available at the door for just $5 (half the price of a bad haircut)
Questions? Call 423-267-8538 ext. 313.
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