Coming Up at Heritage Hall: Robin and Linda Williams, ‘The Giver’ and ‘Gathering Blue’

Published Tuesday, October 13, 2015 at 11:50 am

Heritage Hall is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the Area with quality entertainment at affordable pricing. Most evening shows start at 7pm; most tickets are $10 advance and $12 at door, and most youth seats are $5. For tickets, or reservations, call 423-727-7444 and leave a message. The Box Office is open on Tuesday – Friday, 12 – 2 pm at 126 College Street, For more information visit heritagehalltheatre.org.

Upcoming Events at Heritage Hall Theatre in Mountain City:

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Robin and Linda Williams

On Saturday, Oct. 24 at 7 p.m., Robin and Linda Williams — the popular singer/songwriter duo from Garrison Keiler’s Prairie Home Companion fame.

Robin & Linda have made appearances on such major programs as “The Grand Old Opry,” “Austin City Limits,” “Music City Tonight,” “Mountain Stage” and they continue to make frequent appearances on “A Prairie Home Companion.” ” … vocally and instrumentally, the Williamses combine impeccable musical discipline with a bare simplicity and an utter lack of pretension.” __ Stephen Holden, The New York Time; sponsored by Family Prescription Center and Farm Bureau Insurance, Adv $20/ $23 Door, $10 Youth.

Friday – Sunday, Nov. 6-8 at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., JCHS Players present The Giver and Gathering Blue, The Giver – Lois Lowry novel

Everything is under control and safe. There is no war or fear or pain. There are also no choices. Every person is assigned a role in the community. But when Jonas turns 12, he is chosen for special training from The Giver—to receive and keep the memories of the community. The Giver is the only person who holds the memories of real pain and real joy. Now Jonas will learn the truth about life—and the hypocrisy of his utopian world.

Gathering Blue- (second installment of “The Giver” series)
This futuristic story takes place in a totalitarian society dominated by raw human needs and a profoundly savage nature. The protagonists in the tale are young, imprisoned orphans working as artists for the government. The possibility is explored that an artist, taken in the broadest sense, can change the world.

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