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February Events and Activities

  • Feb23

    NEW PLAY FESTIVAL - THE SENATOR'S WIFE


    When politics and family meet they can both come out a little worse for the wear. The widow of a prominent Democratic US Senator is being wooed by a current Republican Senator in this battle for the heart of a lady and, oh by the way for control of the Senate. A romantic comedy– with songs!
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  • Feb23

    TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD


    A faithful adaptation of Harper Lee’s story about a young girl whose father, a respected attorney, chooses to defend a black man accused of a vicious crime against a white woman in the Depression-era south. When friends and neighbors in her small Alabama town turn against her father, she is forced to face the eye-opening reality of racism. As tensions come to a boil, she ultimately learns “that the one thing that doesn’t abide by majority rule is a person’s conscience.”
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  • Feb23

    BOEING BOEING


    This 1960’s French farce adapted for the English-speaking stage features self-styled Parisian lothario Bernard, who has Italian, German, and American fiancées, each a beautiful airline hostess with frequent “layovers.” He keeps “one up, one down, and one pending” until unexpected schedule changes bring all three to Paris, and Bernard’s apartment, at the same time.
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  • Feb23

    50TH JUBILEE FESTIVAL


    Our roots are showing! Jubilee Community Arts celebrates the 50th Jubilee Festival featuring old-time, swing, jazz, spirituals and regional music performance by some of the earliest and most notorious members of our mountain music family along with a few of our favorites from recent and bygone but not forgotten times.
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  • Feb23

    KNOXVILLE HEART BALL


    Heart Ball supporters will help us to connect, innovate, influence and invest in advancing our efforts to change health outcomes as they relate to heart disease and stroke.
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  • Feb23

    GO! JEHANNE...THE STORY OF JOAN OF ARC


    GO! will premier an in depth contemporary ballet, Jehanne...the story of Joan of Arc. A large collaborative project of six choreographers, fifty five dancers, and a talented team of costume and set designers, the old world of the 1400's will be revealed to tell the story of this French heroine, an illiterate peasant girl who in 15 months changed the history of Western Europe and became the mostly widely known of medieval women. Called a saint, a heretic and a "diamond among pebbles", Joan's origins, visions, battles and trials will be presented in a stunning and thought provoking labyrinth of music, choreography, set and costume design.
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  • Feb23

    KNOXVILLE HEART BALL LATE PARTY


    The late party starts after the Heart Ball ends. We have an awesome band, dancing, drinks, photo booth and so much more! Tickets are sold for lower rate than the Ball and allows more people to go! If you're going to the Heart Ball, you don't need a separate ticket for the late party.
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  • Feb23

    SHINEDOWN


    Multi-platinum rock band Shinedown comes to Knoxville, with their ATTENTION ATTENTION World Tour which features support from Papa Roach and Asking Alexandria.
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  • Feb23

    DISNEY'S MARY POPPINS


    Based on one of the most popular Disney movies of all time and the Broadway musical that played for over 2,500 performances and received multiple Olivier and Tony Awards nominations, Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins, JR  is capturing hearts in a whole new way: as a practically perfect Broadway Junior musical!
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  • Feb23

    CURRENTS BY MAYUMANA


    ‘Currents’ is a spectacular show that was inspired by the historical Battle of Currents between Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla in their quest for finding energy sources for the world.
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  • Feb23

    NIEF-NORF - FRESH INK


    Nief-Norf’s cellist Ashley Walters and percussionist Andrew Bliss will give the world premiere of a new composition from Lewis Nielson. 
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  • Feb23

    LEARN TO CROCHET PART 2


    This class will be a continuation of our Beginner Crochet class and is great for those who have started a crocheting project, but don’t know how to finish their project. During this class we will go over reading patterns, weaving in ends, and other standard finishing techniques. All supplies will be provided by the instructor.
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  • Feb23

    KNOX COUNTY COUNCIL OF REGENTS GEORGE WASHINGTON LUNCHEON


    All members fo the Appalachian District and guests are invited to attend the annual George Washington Luncheon.
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  • Feb24

    DISNEY'S MARY POPPINS


    Based on one of the most popular Disney movies of all time and the Broadway musical that played for over 2,500 performances and received multiple Olivier and Tony Awards nominations, Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins, JR  is capturing hearts in a whole new way: as a practically perfect Broadway Junior musical!
    Read More
  • Feb24

    GO! JEHANNE...THE STORY OF JOAN OF ARC


    GO! will premier an in depth contemporary ballet, Jehanne...the story of Joan of Arc. A large collaborative project of six choreographers, fifty five dancers, and a talented team of costume and set designers, the old world of the 1400's will be revealed to tell the story of this French heroine, an illiterate peasant girl who in 15 months changed the history of Western Europe and became the mostly widely known of medieval women. Called a saint, a heretic and a "diamond among pebbles", Joan's origins, visions, battles and trials will be presented in a stunning and thought provoking labyrinth of music, choreography, set and costume design.
    Read More
  • Feb24

    BOEING BOEING


    This 1960’s French farce adapted for the English-speaking stage features self-styled Parisian lothario Bernard, who has Italian, German, and American fiancées, each a beautiful airline hostess with frequent “layovers.” He keeps “one up, one down, and one pending” until unexpected schedule changes bring all three to Paris, and Bernard’s apartment, at the same time.
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  • Feb24

    FARRAGUT MUSEUM BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION


    The event will feature a performance by Bright Star Touring Theatre, (brightstartheatre.com), one of the largest professional touring companies in the country. The production, “Let It Shine: The American Civil Rights Movement,” is one of the company’s most acclaimed productions. The show features inspiring performances and songs of the Civil Rights era. The performance is suitable for grade three and up.
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  • Feb24

    TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD


    A faithful adaptation of Harper Lee’s story about a young girl whose father, a respected attorney, chooses to defend a black man accused of a vicious crime against a white woman in the Depression-era south. When friends and neighbors in her small Alabama town turn against her father, she is forced to face the eye-opening reality of racism. As tensions come to a boil, she ultimately learns “that the one thing that doesn’t abide by majority rule is a person’s conscience.”
    Read More
  • Feb24

    DONIZETTI'S LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR


    In 17th century Scotland, innocent Lucia falls in love with her clan’s enemy. Forced by her brother into an arranged marriage to save the family from financial and political ruin, the distraught girl kills her husband on their wedding night. Donizetti’s Gothic masterpiece, based on Sir Walter Scott’s The Bride of Lammermoor, is filled with thrilling vocal fireworks, including the glorious Sextet and the opera’s greatest Mad Scene, which has made sopranos into legends! Performed in Italian with projected English translations.
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  • Feb24

    NEW PLAY FESTIVAL - THE SENATOR'S WIFE


    When politics and family meet they can both come out a little worse for the wear. The widow of a prominent Democratic US Senator is being wooed by a current Republican Senator in this battle for the heart of a lady and, oh by the way for control of the Senate. A romantic comedy– with songs!
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  • Feb26

    JUSTIN HAYWOOD


    One of the most recognizable voices in rock, Justin Hayward will be performing solo hits as well of a collection of his songs with the Moody Blues, 2018 inductees to the legendary Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
    In the past year, The Moody Blues released ’Days Of Future Passed Live’ and an expanded 50th anniversary edition of ’In Search of the Lost Chord’, both through Eagle Rock.
     
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  • Feb27

    DETROIT 67


    Summer, 1967. When the 12th Street riots erupt after a raid on an unlicensed after-hours bar, the fate of the once booming blue collar town takes a turn for the worse on five young Detroiters. Set to a Motown beat, this Edward M. Kennedy Drama Prize winner explores an explosive and decisive moment in an American city.
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  • Feb27
  • Feb27

    THE Q SERIES AT THE EMPORIUM CENTER


    The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra presents the KSO Q Series at The Emporium Center for classical music Wednesdays!
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  • Feb28

    ZEBRAS, UNICORNS AND DRAGONS-OH MY! FINDING COMMONALITIES IN THE RARE


    In honor of Rare Disease Awareness Day, Nursing Assistant Professor Terri Whisenhunt discusses rare disease research and how it can benefit those suffering from more common issues.
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  • Feb28

    AN EVENING WITH GEORGE WINSTON


    Celebrated American rural folk pianist George Winston has just released his 14th solo piano album, Spring Carousel, and is currently touring the United States.
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  • Feb28

    ORCHIDS AWARDS


    The annual fundraiser for Keep Knoxville Beautiful honors the Knoxville and Knox County buildings and outdoor spaces that beautify the local landscape. The event includes reception; beer, wine and signature cocktail; dinner; and awards ceremony. The winners are announced at the event in six categories: New Architecture; Redesign/Reuse; Restaurant/Cafe/Bar/Brewery; Outdoor Space; Community Garden; Public Art; and Environmental Stewardship.
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  • Feb28

    FLOODS OF THE TIBER IN ANCIENT ROME: THE ETERNAL CITY GOES UNDER


    AIA Lecture: Gregory Aldrete, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, “Floods of the Tiber in Ancient Rome: The Eternal City Goes Under"
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  • Feb28

    DETROIT 67


    Summer, 1967. When the 12th Street riots erupt after a raid on an unlicensed after-hours bar, the fate of the once booming blue collar town takes a turn for the worse on five young Detroiters. Set to a Motown beat, this Edward M. Kennedy Drama Prize winner explores an explosive and decisive moment in an American city.
    Read More