Chattanooga Theatre Centre

Address: 400 River St. Chattanooga, TN 37405 Contact Email: Phone: (423) 267-8534

Eve Apart  A new opera/musical in four acts
by Tim Hinck with Libretto by Kip Soteres

Co-Produced by CTC and Artisti Affamati

Eve Apart is a musical-theatrical work (chamber opera) that explores figures of epic stature: Adam & Eve, Lilith, The Serpent of the Garden of Eden, and the mysterious "Nameless Second Eve." Drawing from ancient mythology – mainly Kabbalist mysticism and Midrashic literature – this operatic piece of musical theater explores gender identity, myth, religious paradigm, and human nature. The work features a cast of nine singers, a live, musical ensemble, and multimedia technology. Created by Tim Hinck with libretto by Kip Soteres. The Chattanooga cast:  Sara Snider Schone, Desiree Soteres, David Tahere, Michael Dexter, Laura Sage, Caitlin Hammon, Marianna Allen, Jason O'Neal, and Blaine Tooley. Composer Tim Hinck was music director for CTC’s rousingly successful production of Les Misérables; singer Michael Dexter was CTC’s Jean Valjean.

"While the story, the staging, and the visual elements are quite heavy and serious; you will find the music score engaging and melodic. " –Tim Hinck

Gee's Bend by Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder

Directed by Bruce Shaw

Co-Produced by CTC and ShawnNuff Productions

Gee’s Bend follows Sadie Pettway and her family as they turn to quilting to provide comfort and creative expression to their lives. What begins as a labor of love soon turns into a spiritual and artistic awakening. Pieced together from discarded clothes and seasoned with laughter and tears, the women sew a patchwork of inventive abstract designs in rich, blazing colors. Stitch by stitch, the stories of these strong women are revealed as their experiences unravel and inspire them to create what the New York Times called "miraculous works of modern art." Based on actual quilters from Gee’s Bend, Alabama, the play offers glimpses of family life in 1939, 1965, and 2002.

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Immediately adjacent to famous Coolidge Park, across the river from the Hunter Museum. 400 River Street, Chattanooga Tennessee, 37405


City: Chattanooga, TN
Region: East Tennessee
Subregion: Chattanooga & Southeast

Admission Rates:
Tickets are $12.50 to $30. Youth Theatre tickets are $10.00. Dinner and a Show $35.

Student Discount

Payment Types Accepted:
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Hours Open:
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.

Dates Closed:
Federal Holidays; Dec 24 - Jan 1.

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