by Madison V. Fisler
Dec. 11, 2013. On Friday, Dec. 13, The East Tennessee Youth Ballet Company will present The Nutcracker, sponsored by The Wednesday Music Club.
The show will premier at Heritage Hall Theatre in Mountain City, Tenn. at 7 p.m. and is a timeless classic enjoyed by audiences of all ages.
From a press release:
This show provides a magical experience featuring animals and toys that come to life, an adventure in a snowy forest, the best known dance of the evening performed by the Sugar Plum Fairy and the most powerful message of all: adventure never ends for those who have an eye to seek it.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. All youth seats are $5.
The next show for Heritage Hall will be Christmas in the Mountains presented by John Woodall and Friends on Saturday, Dec. 14 sponsored by Elizabethton Federal Savings Bank and First United Methodist Church’s thrift store, The Unique Boutique.
This young and lively group will present an evening of classic and contemporary Christmas tunes featuring area favorites like John Woodall and Billy Gambill. This is a popular event for many locals who like to relax and enjoy the beautiful seasonal music with their family, friends and neighbors. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door with all youth seats $5.
Heritage Hall is a nonprofit organization whose mission it is to bring quality performing arts events for affordable pricing to Johnson County and the surrounding area and to provide a nice facility for local schools and organizations to perform. Tickets may be purchased by phone with a credit or debit card and retrieved the night of the performance at the door.
For further scheduling information, visit www.hertitageehalltheatre.org. For tickets or reservations, visit the box office at 126 College Street Tuesday through Friday from 12-2 p.m. or call 423-727-7444 and leave a message. A staff member will contact you within 48 hours.