Shakespeare on the Square WEATHER POLICY: we will NOT call the show off for inclement weather until show time. If you'll brave the elements with us, we WILL be ready to perform for you! ... See MoreSee Less
It’s time once again for Shakespeare Outloud! Our next reading is nearly upon us. On Sunday, April 27, we’ll read Hamlet at 2:00 pm in the Lawson McGee Library downtown. A few parts will be cast ahead of time and several will be up for grabs the day of the reading. If you have a strong interest and want to get signed up ahead of time for a role please contact me by e-mail, or by phone at 546-4280.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
We welcome all voices, all dialects. We read the plays for the joy of reading them, to hear and discover more about the plays and to further help people discover and appreciate these marvelous plays. We’d love you to be part of it. You may come and grab a script and take part in the reading or you can come and participate as an audience member.
Before the reading, Jennifer Horn will provide some fun facts about the play – we call it Shakesology! We will also talk about the play following the reading.
It’s free and it’s fun. We hope to see you on Sunday.
Please come see our staged reading of Craig Smith's Birds On The Bat on Saturday, March 22nd, 2 pm at Theatre Knoxville Downtown Carolyn Corley directs this moving play that asks the question, "Is small town life really smaller than life in the big city?" Meet the playwright and give him your thoughts about Birds On The Bat. ... See MoreSee Less
This is your last weekend to see Tennessee Stage Company's world premiere of Gayle Greene's Tic Toc. Show times are Thursday - Saturday 8 pm, Sunday at 3 pm. Come to Theatre Knoxville Downtown and see America's newest play. ... See MoreSee Less
That's all folks! Our New Play Festival IndiGoGo campaign is over. Thanks to all our friends and supporters that contributed to our project. Tennessee Stage Company presented Gayle Greene's Tic Toc in 2014 with the help of
Douglas Gross Jennifer Bolt Michael Higdon Jessica Woofter Geoff and Amy Woolard Richard Greene Craig Smith Betsy Pickle Carolyn Corley
And three friends who chose to remain anonymous.
Visit our web page at tennesseestage.com for updates to our New Play Festival and announcements of our upcoming projects.
Hi Everyone! We are sold out for tonight, but it's not too late to come join us this weekend for the world premiere of Tic-Toc, a play written by Knoxville playwright, Gayle Greene. Gayle’s play is terrifically funny. Debra Chambers is a successful photographer that has it all. So why won’t her biol...
Only 5 days left in our IndieGoGo campaign. Please visit our campaign site and contribute today. Every dollar helps pay for this year's New Play Festival. Our world premiere of Tic Toc continues this weekend. See you at the show!