A romantic comedy set in a local watering hole, Dorothy Parker Would Not Approve examines what happens when Mary Burelle must make a decision about the future of her family’s bar. This funny and moving play looks at the choice between staying safe with old friends or moving into the unknown. By Chattanoogan Stacy Chapman, winner of the CTC’s Biennial Festival of New Plays. March 13 - 29.
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Immediately adjacent to famous Coolidge Park, across the river from the Hunter Museum. 400 River Street, Chattanooga Tennessee, 37405
Tickets are $12.50 to $30. Youth Theatre tickets are $10.00. Dinner and a Show $35.
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Performances Sept. - July. Classes year-round. See website or call box office for production titles and dates. Box office open Tues. - Friday 9-5 and one hour before curtain on performance dates.
Federal Holidays; Dec 24 - Jan 1.
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