Opening October 9 for six performances: the dramatic, funny and moving drama about art, family mortality, and love. Fact and fiction are skillfully interwoven as Dr. Katherine Brandt, a modern-day, terminally ill musicologist, researches Beethoven’s compulsion with Opus 120. The tale of Brandt and Beethoven — both nearing the ends of their lives — is told in two time frames with intriguing parallels that seamlessly overlap. The outstanding cast features Kate Forbes, Kim Jackson, Marcia Parks, Casey Jackson, James Lawson, Tim Newland and Patrick Sweetman. Tim Hinck interprets Beethoven’s work on piano. George Quick directs.
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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 $35. Youth Theatre tickets are $10.00. Dinner and a Show $40.
Group Discount, Student Discount
Payment Types Accepted:
Visa, Cash, MasterCard, Discover, AMEX
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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