More Shows Promised

Oh, no you didn't.
Oh, no you didn't.

July was fun.   A freakin’ total sell out.  Each show in July sold out.  Even the extra show added, sold out.

Well, we know we’re not Dave Matthews, but we also understand that more shows are required.  So, look for  in September, most likely at the Hamner Theatre and maybe elsewhere too.

What can you do now?  go to is a good start.

Go see, 13 at Live Arts; go see Alice in Wonderland at Four County Players; go see the cabarets and other things at The Hamner Theatre; and get ready for Yankee Tavern at Play On.

Thanks for coming to the show.

Watch the video preview here!

Learn more about mountaintop removal here:

More info about show:

If Mountains be the food of Love… Play On!

Click here to go to Play On!
Click here to go to Play On!

Here’s the deal.  Go to Play On! now, and get tickets.

Because this is the last show of the summer and if you miss it, and all your cool friends are talking about it, all you will be able to say, is oh, yeah, I really wanted to go to see that show, but i didn’t get tickets and then every show was sold out and I’m so bummed.

Great time to get tix for other upcoming shows at Play On too:

  • Yankee Tavern
  • No Sex Please, We’re British
  • Some great Stand-up Comedy

Kindly reminding you to do it.

Horan’s Simple Triumph – c-ville weekly review

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Read the review in the C-ville.

Oh, wait, it IS the sleeper hit of the season.  Why.  Well…

“Here we have simple, engrossing theater in the form of a one-woman performance…”

“That which comes from the heart goes to the heart.”

quoting Cris Edwards who is quoting David Mamet who may have been quoting Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

BTW, I like a review with the word “bullshit” in the first sentence.

Read it in C-ville Weekly

Get tickets for Hamner Now

before writing the waltons, earl hamner was drafted in 1943
before writing the waltons, earl hamner was drafted in 1943

Well, we can’t say for sure, yet; but since the first two shows have sold out, even after squeezin’ in more chairs…. we’d recommend gettin’ your Hamner tickets now.  Click the image to the right.

And today, July 10th, is Earl Hamner’s birthday.

Rock on Nelson County!  Save the Mountains.

First Cry of the Mountain show sells out

Four County Players, July 8th, Cry of the Mountain
Four County Players, July 8th, Cry of the Mountain

Well, even after adding extra chairs in the Live Arts upstage we were turning people away at the door.  There’s only so many seats you can add, you know.  So, FYI, FWIW, IMHO, get tickets for Four County Players now:

Go here for more info or call: 540-832-5355.

Rock on, sister.

Mary Alice Blackwell in the Daily Progress

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Mary Alice Blackwell writes about the show and Addie in the Daily Progress

Almost every week you can read about a play at Live Arts, or Four County, or the Hamner Theater, or Play On.

Well, this is the story of one play at all four venues.

Adelind Horan, better known as Addie, is making a mini-tour of local theaters with her brand-new one-woman show.

Presented by Whole Theatre, “Cry of the Mountain,” is a documentary play about mountaintop removal in Appalachia. Horan conceived and crafted the work and will perform it every Thursday in July…. [more]

Read Full Article at the Daily Progress Here.