Live on Stage,Inc and Gallatin Arts Council Announce
American Spirit coming to Gallatin
Vol State Community College
Award-winning show producers, Matt Davenport Productions, will present their newest touring show, American Spirit at the Wemyss Auditorium in Caudill Hall on the Volunteer State Community College campus.
Tuesday, February 21 at 7:00pm.
This event is free to the public; however, a $5 donation to the Gallatin Arts Council is
For more information regarding the Gallatin Arts Council, please call 615-452-9129, or visit our website www.gallatinartscouncil.org.
Initially inspired by the 10-year anniversary of the events of September 11, 2001, the show concept developed by writers Matt Davenport and Scott Seidl has evolved into a montage of the moments, memories and music that embody the American Spirit. More than a patriotic show, this fully costumed and choreographed production show, with a cast of 10 performers, will take the audience down memory lane through eyes of a slightly befuddled Mayor of Hometown,
USA remembering the American Revolution, Civil War, Jazz, Broadway, Spirituals and more America's heroes on the battlefield and ball field rubbing elbows with entertainers and politicians alike. I saw something in my friends and neighbors that I recognize as uniquely American in the days and weeks after that infamous day, we wanted to put that pride - that shared history - at center stage, says Mr. Davenport.
Matt Davenport Productions, based in White House, Tennessee, has produced award-winning box office successes across the United States since 1992.
To view a promotional video featuring the creators of American Spirit, follow this link.
View our Promotional Video on YouTube
Established in 1988, the Gallatin Arts Council is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to supporting and encouraging the growth of artists and the arts in the Gallatin, Tennessee area. Through the generosity of patrons and donors, the Council is able to offer special events and educational outreach programs to inspire deeper awareness of the arts.
Live On Stage, Inc. provides excellent, affordable, entertainment attractions and support services to an American community of concert presenters. For more information, visit www.LiveOnStage.biz.
If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview, please call Steve Emahiser, Press/Publicity Manager, at (615) 672-7060 or email email@example.com
Monthaven Art Society presents
Sharon Rusch Shaver
Hendersonville Public Library
Plein Air Painting, slide show, demo and lecture. See how she does it.
Sharon Rusch Shaver is a painter, writer and traveler. New blogs are posted twice a month about her life traveling, new paintings she has completed, and short stories about a variety of subjects. She has worked as an artist for over 30 years, receiving major awards and becoming a part of many corporate, public and private collections throughout the United States.
Through my paintings, writing, and travel, I look forward to my next journey of discovery and creativity, I invite others who would like to join me, as an artist, writer and explorer.www.sharonruschshaver.com
McReynolds Memorial Benefit Concert
Texas Troubadour Theatre
2416 Music Valley Dr.
Proceeds benefitting The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, in honor of the late Keith McReynolds.
Featured Artists include: The Whites, The Del McCoury Band, Jesse McReynolds, Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike, The Gold Heart Sisters, Stetson & Cia, Retro & Smiling, The McReynolds Tradition, Mike Scott, Special Guests TBA
Admission: Adults $15, Children 6-12 $7, Under 6 Free.
Sponsors: The Secret Garden, The Whippoorwill, Gene Carman Real Estate & Auctions.
For more information please visit www.TheMcReynoldsTradition.com
Mystery at Trouser Place: or The Case of the Screaming Assistant
Dinner 6:30 p.m.,Show 7:00 p.m
Epic Event Centre
392 W. Main St.
Dinner by Chef Christopher.
Tickets: GAC members $25, non-members $30, (includes dinner and show)Cash or Check
Cash Bar available-Cash Only!
Advance Reservations are required. Call 594-4255 or 452-9129 for reservations.
Not a member? Join today and save now.
For information on the benefits of membership and how you can support the arts in your community, visit our website at www.GallatinArtsCouncil.org and click on the Membership tab, located at the top of the page, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Sandra at 452-9129.
Last Call for Tickets to Mystery Dinner Theater
Mystery at Trouser Place
Dinner 6:30 p.m.,Show 7 p.m.
Epic Event Centre
392 W. Main St.
Dinner by Chef Christopher. Cash Bar Cash Only!
Advance Reservations are required. Call today. No tickets at the door.
Call V at 594-4255 or Sandra at 452-9129 for reservations.
Tickets: GAC members $25, non-members $30, (includes dinner and show).
The plot: The local historical society is trying desperately to save the old Trouser Place, home to a local legend of buried treasure. For a fundraiser, they call in a world famous medium to perform a benefit show. The real story behind the legend unfolds when an escaped convict connected to the legend is murdered the night before the big event. Written and directed by Julia Cawthon. Performance by the Whodunnit Players.
Not a member? Join today and save on this performance and more. For information on the benefits of membership and how you can support the arts in your community, visit our website at www.GallatinArtsCouncil.org and click on the Membership tab, located at the top of the page, email email@example.com, or call Sandra at 452-9129.
Artist's Reception for Nancy Johnson, Juliana Ericson and Jasmine Cheri
Gordon Jewish Community Center in the Janet Levine March Gallery
801 Percy Warner Blvd.
One of the featured artists Nancy Johnson, originally from Gallatin, will be showing her work with artists Juliana Ericson and Jasmine Cheri through January 31, 2012. If you miss this exhibit, Nancy will also be exhibiting her artwork at the Gallatin Public Library in August.
Art Classes in Gallatin, Tenn.
Frank Gee`s Studio
Back by popular demand, art classes will start Wednesday, January 11 from 7 to 9 pm running 10 weeks! cost is $300. I will be offering beginners watercolor, and advanced painting classes for those with experience.(watercolor, acrylic, and oil) For a new adventure and more fun than you can imagine, you`ll be glad you joined us! For more information or questions, feel free to call or e-mail.
For those who sign up, I`ll send out a supply list! Looking forward to hearing from you!
cell 943 0396
1st Annual Sumner County Studio Art Tour
10am-5pm and Noon-5pm
Artist Studios around Sumner County
Dates for the tour are Saturday Dec. 10, 10am-5pm and Sunday Dec. 11, Noon-5pm.
This event is a free, self-guided tour of fourteen artists` home studios in the scenic area surrounding the Hendersonville and Gallatin area of Sumner County. Sumner County is located just 15 miles outside of Nashville. Visitors are granted direct access during our Studio Tour to the home studios of a wide variety of local artists and a few visiting artists.
Visit the tours website at www.sumnercountystudiotour.com for a map and location of studios and a list of artists participating in the studio tour.
A Christmas Carol....more or less
Dinner 6:30 p.m.,Show 7:30 p.m
Amber Leaf On the Square
Historic Gallatin, TN
A Christmas Carol...more or less
by Stefano LoVerso and Mary Irey (former Saturday Night Live writers)
Starring: Francine Berk and Macon Kimbrough
Sarah and Charlie, a married couple, run a small theatre that`s presenting A Christmas Carol -- until Charlie shows up backstage to say the cast and crew are snowed out. Charlie is planning to split up with Sarah tonight, but he`s snowed in. Sarah, furious, capitalizes on Charlie`s remarkable memory, and blackmails him into doing the play with her as a duo, relying on scripts when they need to. He plays Scrooge; she plays everyone else. As the performance proceeds, Charlie gets drawn back into his relationship with Sarah. They actually manage to perform much of the play, with their personal story invading the Dickens tale, infusing it with dual levels of meaning.
For ticket information go to www.melodramatheater.org or phone Mel Roady at 669-0807.
Magic on Main Street
Gallatin Public Library
The Gallatin Arts Council and the Friends of the Library are hosting an opening night reception for "Magic on Main Street", The Trees of Christmas at the Gallatin Public Library on Dec. 2, 2011 at 6 pm. Shannon Lannom will share a special musical learning experience with the children and they will perform later in the evening. Christmas music around the grand piano, with Carol Frazer and a visit by Santa are planned for the evening. Please stop by to view the holiday trees in all their splendor and enjoy the music while you mix and mingle with family and friends.
Trees are sponsored by local businesses and organizations and will remain on view at the library through Christmas during regular business hours.
There is no admission charge.
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