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IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE

by Joe Landry

NOVEMBER 19 – DECEMBER 5

 

 

 

It’s Christmas Eve 1946 and WBFR Radio is broadcasting live from their luxurious New York studio overlooking Manhattan.  The airwaves of America are alive with this year’s holiday program when WBFR’s troupe of stars brings you an evening of comedy and music, and treat you to a radio presentation of  “It’s a Wonderful Life” featuring six of performers taking on the dozens of characters in the charming and heartwarming classic tale of how the angel Clarence got his wings!

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

LEVI KREIS

Home for the Holidays

Back again LIVE for his 7th Annual “Home for the Holidays” concert, Tony Award winner Levi Kreis brings you an intimate evening at the piano on the Playhouse stage, singing your favorite holiday tunes, old and new.  

SUITABLE FOR GENERAL AUDIENCES

December 17-19

JACK TALES

Using humor, freshness, and the same central character, the “Jack Tails” folklore has been handed down – father to son, brother to sister, cousin to aunt – for generations. Irrespressible Jack, the universal underdog, uses his wiles and bravado to cleverly outwit mountain country “upper-dogs” and foes, alike, in this staged collection of colorful adventures drawn from the Appalachian story-telling tradition.

SUITABLE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES

January 28-30

THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK

For nearly two years, a young Jewish girl, her parents, and sister hid with another family in a secret attic space, as the Nazis deported the Jews of Holland to their deaths. Anne Frank’s luminous spirit shines through in the real-life diary she kept while in seclusion, allowing us to share in the complexities of adolescence – laughing and playing, fighting with her mother, falling in love for the first time – as she comes of age. Transcending the oppressive circumstances and horrors that surround her, she voices her belief, “in spite of everything, that people are truly good at heart.” Her story of resilience continues to resonate deeply, making her story as vital today as when her diary first was published.

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March 4-13

DRIVING

MISS DAISY

When Daisy Werthan, an elderly Jewish widow living in Atlanta, crashes her new car into the neighbor’s garage, her son, Boolie, forces her to take on a chauffeur. Stubborn and determined to maintain her independence, her relationship with her new African-American driver, Hoke, gets off to a rocky start. But they gradually form a close friendship over the next 25 years that transcends racial prejudices and social conventions.

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April 29- May 8

As we come out of these troubling times, remember the artists and arts organizations across Tennessee who have had to suspend operations for an indefinite time. A great way to show your support is through the Tennessee Specialty License Plate program.

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