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 biological clock quit ticking so loudly? With the support of her misguided friends, her nosy mom and competitive sister, Debra takes baby matters into her single-parent hands.
Then he comes in to her life (or was he there all along?).
Tic Toc will run from March 7th through the 23rd at Theatre Knoxville Downtown, 319 N Gay Street, Knoxville, TN.
For showtimes and to reserve your tickets online, go to our Events Page.
Also we have a 11 days left on our Indiegogo campaign! Stop by and see what great perks you can get by donating at http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/new-play-festival-2014.
We had a great turnout for the first table reading of Harrison Young’s “A Cocaine Comedy”. Here’s a little bit about Harrison, in his own words:
The Tennessee Stage Company was busily making tie-shirts for this year’s upcoming Shakespeare in the Square and we had a blast making them!
Don’t miss your chance to grab a Billy tie-dye at Shakespeare On The Square July 11-August 11.
Also don’t forget to reserve your tickets for Twelfth Night and Richard III.
Check out our new Events page for booking reservations online!