Opening Night Special
Dinner under the Moon
May 27, 2022
Price per person  $45*
Dinner & Dessert
Cash Bar
*Reduced rate for Season Ticket holders. Call the Box Office to reserve your dinner seats: (423) 318-8331
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Playing May 27* - June 5


*May 27 is "Dinner and a Show" night - see above, over in the corner.

JTF information: Click Here

Get ready!

Encore’s Broadway Bootcamp is back and better than ever!
   Campers will combine acting, singing, and dancing in a new and exciting way. Campers will work on improving audition skills, vocal technique, choreography and movement, as well as character development using Broadway’s most recent hit musical numbers. Most importantly-- WE HAVE FUN!!!

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   Skills will be combined into one exciting performance held for their friends and families on the final day of camp. 

   Wear clothes and shoes suitable for a lot of movement; also, bring your own drinks and/or snacks.

   To register, go here:

If you have questions, contact us at

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A workshop for those ages 15 and up. Taught by Carson-Newman Theatre Director and Encore Company Member, Kyle Biery, you get to learn some of the basic "behind the scenes" aspects of theatre. Some of the topic covered will be basic set construction, basic lighting design, creating "magic" onstage and  scene-shift artistry.

Classes will be held 6:30 to 8pm.

April 19 & 26

1570 Buffalo Trail, Morristown


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Inside Encore

May 2022

   This morning, I'm just a little numb around the edges and stiff - I've been rehearsing Mary Poppins with the Nashville Repertory Theater and we opened the show last night.

   Besides the thrill of being on stage again (and singing songs I've loved since I was a child), the best part of the evening was watching (hearing/ feeling) the audience's reactions to everything that was happening all around them.

   Theatre only happens when three elements are present - the story, the performer and the audience. AND, when all of this plays out in a delineated space. These are the components of storytelling. It's a pretty simple concept. But I really enjoy it - the craft of storytelling. Being in front of hundreds of people is one of THE most frightening things to do - but if one audience member walks away "moved" in some way by the "story," the pain is worth it.

   And, guess what, pulling out your phone to check for messages during a performance is still RUDE!

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Dennis Elkins

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