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Review: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

The classic Ken Kesey tale of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest follows the antics of rebellious Randle Patrick McMurphy, who fakes insanity in order to serve a criminal sentence in a mental hospital rather than in prison. McMurphy’s charisma empowers the ward patients, but the stakes grow dangerous when McMurphy crosses tyrannical Nurse Ratched. […]

Hunter Museum and ETC Bring the Art of Theatre to Life with Casting the Canvas

  Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga  and the Hunter Museum of American Art partnered to present Casting the Canvas, original plays that were inspired by pieces of the Hunter’s art collection written by local authors and preformed by actors of  ETC . “The first year we hosted the event we held it in the lobby. For […]

Review: Southern Fried Funeral at Ringgold Playhouse

As the tagline for Osborne and Eppier’s play states, Southern Fried Funeral is a big-hearted comedy about family… Southern-style. And this most certainly is true. The show is filled with hilarious moments and zany situations which bring uproarious laughter from the audience as they witness the story of the Frye family unfold at the Ringgold Playhouse. Dorothy […]