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Heritage Hall news from Mountain City

Heritage Hall news from Mountain City
Saturday, April 29, 7 pm, Classic Nashville Roadshow, featuring Katie Deal and Jason Petty in a glorious tribute to country music legends. Remember when June fell for Johnny and Loretta was just a coal miner’s daughter? Let Classic Nashville Roadshow take you on a journey down memory lane with your favorite classic hits honoring the world’s most beloved country greats! Starring Jason Petty and Katie Deal, Classic Nashville Roadshow features renowned duets, such as Golden Ring; Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man and Jackson; poignant tunes like Crazy and He Stopped Loving Her Today; and gospel traditions such as Will the Circle Be Unbroken.Adv$20/Door $23
Thursday, May 4, 7pm. Barter Theatre’s Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks –  An adult comedy starring Mary Lucy Bivins and Sean Maximo Campos, by Richard Alfieri. Audiences around the world have fallen in love with this heartwarming comedy. When a former chorus boy agrees to teach an elderly widow a series of dances, both escape their lonely lives, finding friendship. Sponsored by BodyMind Dynamics & Watauga Lake Winery
Heritage Hall is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the area with quality entertainment at affordable pricing. Most evening shows start at 7pm; most tickets are $10 advance and $12 at door, and most youth seats are $5. For tickets, or reservations, call 423-727-7444 and leave a message. The Box Office is normally open on Tuesday – Friday, 12 – 2 pm at 126 College Street
HISTORY OF HERITAGE HALL booklet is now on sale for just $5 at the Johnson County Welcome Center.  Content goes back to the Twenties when the High School Auditorium was the center of the community and hosted a variety of events, contains several “way back when” pictures. This booklet was written by Evelyn Cook with layout design and editing by Celia Pennington. It makes wonderful gifts for those who graduated from the old high school or for those who have an interest in local history. For more information, call 423-727-1054.