1. Into the Woods: Live on Stage at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre

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    INTO THE WOODS MUSIC & LYRICS BY STEPHEN SONDHEIM BOOK BY JAMES LAPINE FEBRUARY 13 THROUGH MARCH 1, 2015 on the MAIN STAGE Directed by George Quick with musical direction by Tim Hinck Journey with a cast of familiar storybook characters in their quests for "happily ever after" in this beloved, award-winning musical. A childless Baker and his Wife attempt to reverse a curse on their family in order to have a child while Jack sells his cow for beans, Rapunzel looks for a way to escape her Witch of a mother, and Cinderella plots to go to a Ball that will change her life. In this new world of make-believe, however, all actions have consequences. As the characters realize their lives are inescapably intertwined, they discover interdependence is their greatest strength. Video by Wadel Media (www.wadel.com)

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    • Chattanooga Theatre Centre

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      Founded in 1923 as the Little Theatre of Chattanooga, the CTC [a member the Association of American Community Theatres (AACT); Tennessee Theatre Association (TTA); Tennesseans for the Arts (TFTA); and, Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC)] is one of the oldest, largest, and busiest community theatres in the country. Our fifteen productions per year - seen by audiences of more than 50,000 - are created by hundreds of talented volunteers and represent theatrical experiences of the highest caliber. The physical plant that is the Chattanooga Theatre Centre is a 40,000 square-foot facility beautifully situated on the banks of the Tennessee River. In addition to our 380-seat Main Theatre and 200-seat Mildred M. Montague Circle Theatre (a black box space), we boast huge scene and costume shops, spacious dressing rooms, large classroom/rehearsal rooms - one with a mirrored wall, sprung dance floor and ballet barre, gorgeous lobbies, attractive offices, and other amenities.

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      • The Chattanooga Theatre Presents: Kendra Gross as Fantine

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        Les Miserables is an epic tale of broken dreams, passion and redemption, against the backdrop of a nation seething with revolution. George Quick directs the production, the final show of the 90th anniversary season of the CTC. Tim Hinck is music director. Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schoenberg wrote the book; Schoenberg created the music; and Herbert Kretzmer wrote the lyrics of the production, which is based on the novel by Victor Hugo. Les Miserables tells the story of ex-convict Jean Valjean (played by Michael Dexter, a newcomer to the CTC stage), imprisoned 19 years for stealing a loaf of bread. Valjean becomes a force for good in the world but cannot escape his dark past as he tries to save himself and those around him. Greg Glover is the relentless Inspector Javert, who is tireless in his pursuit of Valjean. Kendra Gross is Fantine, a poor worker who turns to prostitution to support her illegitimate daughter, Cosette (a role shared by Brooke Raughton and Colette Smith, who also share the role of young Eponine). Kaylor Bennett (another CTC newcomer) is the adult Cosette. Lauren Johnson plays the adult Éponine. M. and Mme. Thenardier (Rodney Van Valkenburg and Beth Gumnick) are thieves who run an inn and are paid to care for little Cosette. Gavroche, the street-wise street urchin, is played by Benjamin Brown (who starred as Randy in this season's holiday production of A Christmas Story, The Musical). Thomas West (founder of Let Beauty Awaken who will study at Julliard this fall) on stage at the CTC for the first time, plays Marius, a student revolutionary who falls in love with Cosette. Les Miserables is the winner of over 100 international awards and has become a global success on stage and screen. Timeless favorites from the musical score include On My Own, I Dreamed a Dream, Do You Hear the People Sing and Bring Him Home. Les Miserables, the world's longest running musical, returned to Broadway in March 2014. Due to anticipated high demand, Saturday matinees have been added to the production schedule. Performances are as follows: Friday, July 11 8:00 Opening Night Gala begins at 7:00 Saturday, July 12 2:30 Saturday, July 12 8:00 Thursday, July 17 7:00 Featuring real-time captioning Friday, July 18 8:00 Ghost Light (Talk Back) Session after the performance Saturday, July 19 2:30 Saturday, July 19 8:00 Sunday, July 20 2:30 Thursday, July 24 7:00 Friday, July 25 8:00 Brewer Media Sponsors Girls' Night Out Saturday, July 26 2:30 Saturday, July 26 8:00 Sunday July 27 2:30 Tickets are $30 opening night, $25 other public performances. $12.50 side section seating available for Thursday and Sunday performances. Tickets may be purchased by calling the box office (423) 267-8534 or online. Video Produced by Wadel Media www.wadel.com

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        • Les Misérables: Live on Stage at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre

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          Les Miserables is an epic tale of broken dreams, passion and redemption, against the backdrop of a nation seething with revolution. George Quick directs the production, the final show of the 90th anniversary season of the CTC. Tim Hinck is music director. Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schoenberg wrote the book; Schoenberg created the music; and Herbert Kretzmer wrote the lyrics of the production, which is based on the novel by Victor Hugo. Les Miserables tells the story of ex-convict Jean Valjean (played by Michael Dexter, a newcomer to the CTC stage), imprisoned 19 years for stealing a loaf of bread. Valjean becomes a force for good in the world but cannot escape his dark past as he tries to save himself and those around him. Greg Glover is the relentless Inspector Javert, who is tireless in his pursuit of Valjean. Kendra Gross is Fantine, a poor worker who turns to prostitution to support her illegitimate daughter, Cosette (a role shared by Brooke Raughton and Colette Smith, who also share the role of young Eponine). Kaylor Bennett (another CTC newcomer) is the adult Cosette. Lauren Johnson plays the adult Éponine. M. and Mme. Thenardier (Rodney Van Valkenburg and Beth Gumnick) are thieves who run an inn and are paid to care for little Cosette. Gavroche, the street-wise street urchin, is played by Benjamin Brown (who starred as Randy in this season's holiday production of A Christmas Story, The Musical). Thomas West (founder of Let Beauty Awaken who will study at Julliard this fall) on stage at the CTC for the first time, plays Marius, a student revolutionary who falls in love with Cosette. Les Miserables is the winner of over 100 international awards and has become a global success on stage and screen. Timeless favorites from the musical score include On My Own, I Dreamed a Dream, Do You Hear the People Sing and Bring Him Home. Les Miserables, the world's longest running musical, returned to Broadway in March 2014. Due to anticipated high demand, Saturday matinees have been added to the production schedule. Performances are as follows: Friday, July 11 8:00 Opening Night Gala begins at 7:00 Saturday, July 12 2:30 Saturday, July 12 8:00 Thursday, July 17 7:00 Featuring real-time captioning Friday, July 18 8:00 Ghost Light (Talk Back) Session after the performance Saturday, July 19 2:30 Saturday, July 19 8:00 Sunday, July 20 2:30 Thursday, July 24 7:00 Friday, July 25 8:00 Brewer Media Sponsors Girls' Night Out Saturday, July 26 2:30 Saturday, July 26 8:00 Sunday July 27 2:30 Tickets are $30 opening night, $25 other public performances. $12.50 side section seating available for Thursday and Sunday performances. Tickets may be purchased by calling the box office (423) 267-8534 or online. Video Produced by Wadel Media www.wadel.com

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          • Chattanooga Theatre Centre: TV Commercials

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            Founded in 1923 as the Little Theatre of Chattanooga, the CTC [a member the Association of American Community Theatres (AACT); Tennessee Theatre Association (TTA); Tennesseans for the Arts (TFTA); and, Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC)] is one of the oldest, largest, and busiest community theatres in the country. Our fifteen productions per year - seen by audiences of more than 50,000 - are created by hundreds of talented volunteers and represent theatrical experiences of the highest caliber. The physical plant that is the Chattanooga Theatre Centre is a 40,000 square-foot facility beautifully situated on the banks of the Tennessee River. In addition to our 380-seat Main Theatre and 200-seat Mildred M. Montague Circle Theatre (a black box space), we boast huge scene and costume shops, spacious dressing rooms, large classroom/rehearsal rooms - one with a mirrored wall, sprung dance floor and ballet barre, gorgeous lobbies, attractive offices, and other amenities. Our flagship program is a ten-show series featuring a variety of offerings designed to satisfy the tastes of most theatre lovers -- dramas, musicals, mysteries, and comedies of quality and lasting value performed in our Main and Circle Theatres from September through July. Young actors and crews create four plays annually for more than 18,000 children, teachers, parents, and other adult friends in our internationally acclaimed Youth Theatre, performed in our Main and Circle Theatres from September through May. In addition to our performance programs, we also provide drama and dance classes, workshops, and a summer academy for students of theatre arts from kindergarten through high school. Offerings range from Beginning Acting, Theatre Dance, and Improvisation to Professional Clowning, Singing for Actors, Scene Analysis, and Stage Managing. Our adjunct faculty of local theatre professionals see more than 200 students per year. Thanks to our scholarship program, many who could not otherwise attend pay nothing. Our Education Outreach program provides free admission to dress rehearsals, low-cost educational performances, free study guides for classes attending our Youth Theatre, and workshops for teachers learning to use theatre arts as part of their daily activities. We are Partners in Education with a local magnet school for the performing arts, work closely with the theatre department of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and offer internship opportunities for technical theatre students of Chattanooga State Technical Community College. We are proud to provide professional opportunities for directors, music directors, choreographers, and musicians in our productions. Our professional staff includes Artistic Director, Patron Services Manager, Education Director, Youth Theatre Director, Technical Director/Master Carpenter and Marketing and Public Relations Director. Management is provided by our Executive Director who reports to the Board of Directors. The mission of the Chattanooga Theatre Centre, in brief, is to enhance our community through quality theatrical experiences. With our rehearsal halls, construction shops, and workrooms busy with devoted volunteers, our classrooms filled with interested students, and our auditoriums brimming with enthusiastic patrons, it is clear we are well on our way to fulfilling that mission. video produced by Wadel Media wadel.com

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            • "To me, the arts build..." featuring Kim Jackson

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              Established in 1969, ArtsBuild is a nonprofit organization located in Chattanooga, Tennessee whose mission is to build a stronger community through the arts. The purpose of our "To me, the arts build" project is to show that everyone, no matter of race, religion, ethnicity, gender, or socioeconomic background, benefits from the influence of art in their lives.

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              • Volunteer at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre! (:30 TV PSA #1)

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                Your Chattanooga Theatre Centre IS Volunteers! We are proud to have provided hands-on Volunteer opportunities for thousands of talented people for nearly ninety years! If you see yourself as part of an active and interesting group of people who work hard and have a good time, then your Chattanooga Theatre Centre is the place for you. Whether onstage or backstage; in the office or in the lobby; in the Main Theatre, Circle Theatre or Youth Theatre; just about every job at your Chattanooga Theatre Centre is a volunteer opportunity.

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                • Thank You, Chattanooga Theatre Centre! (:30 TV PSA #1)

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                  Founded in 1923 as the Little Theatre of Chattanooga, the CTC [a member the Association of American Community Theatres (AACT); Tennessee Theatre Association (TTA); Tennesseans for the Arts (TFTA); and, Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC)] is one of the oldest, largest, and busiest community theatres in the country. Our fifteen productions per year - seen by audiences of more than 50,000 - are created by hundreds of talented volunteers and represent theatrical experiences of the highest caliber. The physical plant that is the Chattanooga Theatre Centre is a 40,000 square-foot facility beautifully situated on the banks of the Tennessee River. In addition to our 380-seat Main Theatre and 200-seat Mildred M. Montague Circle Theatre (a black box space), we boast huge scene and costume shops, spacious dressing rooms, large classroom/rehearsal rooms - one with a mirrored wall, sprung dance floor and ballet barre, gorgeous lobbies, attractive offices, and other amenities. Our flagship program is a ten-show series featuring a variety of offerings designed to satisfy the tastes of most theatre lovers -- dramas, musicals, mysteries, and comedies of quality and lasting value performed in our Main and Circle Theatres from September through July. Young actors and crews create four plays annually for more than 18,000 children, teachers, parents, and other adult friends in our internationally acclaimed Youth Theatre, performed in our Main and Circle Theatres from September through May. In addition to our performance programs, we also provide drama and dance classes, workshops, and a summer academy for students of theatre arts from kindergarten through high school. Offerings range from Beginning Acting, Theatre Dance, and Improvisation to Professional Clowning, Singing for Actors, Scene Analysis, and Stage Managing. Our adjunct faculty of local theatre professionals see more than 200 students per year. Thanks to our scholarship program, many who could not otherwise attend pay nothing. Our Education Outreach program provides free admission to dress rehearsals, low-cost educational performances, free study guides for classes attending our Youth Theatre, and workshops for teachers learning to use theatre arts as part of their daily activities. We are Partners in Education with a local magnet school for the performing arts, work closely with the theatre department of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and offer internship opportunities for technical theatre students of Chattanooga State Technical Community College. We are proud to provide professional opportunities for directors, music directors, choreographers, and musicians in our productions. Our professional staff includes Artistic Director, Patron Services Manager, Education Director, Youth Theatre Director, Technical Director/Master Carpenter and Marketing and Public Relations Director. Management is provided by our Executive Director who reports to the Board of Directors. The mission of the Chattanooga Theatre Centre, in brief, is to enhance our community through quality theatrical experiences. With our rehearsal halls, construction shops, and workrooms busy with devoted volunteers, our classrooms filled with interested students, and our auditoriums brimming with enthusiastic patrons, it is clear we are well on our way to fulfilling that mission. Video Produced by Wadel Media (wadel.com)

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                  • Support the Chattanooga Theatre Centre! (:30 TV PSA #1)

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                    Your Chattanooga Theatre Centre depends on the support of individuals like you to help sustain our operations throughout the year. While we have a robust subscription base and our parking lot helps earn us much needed revenue, ticket sales, subscriptions and parking lot money are not enough to keep us operating year-round. Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to make sure that this important 90-year-old organization is here to meet the needs of future generations! If you contribute $90 or more we'll send you a parking pass to use in our parking lot next to Coolidge Park anytime you're in the area, shopping on Frazier, visiting the park or seeing a show or special event at your Theatre Centre! Here are the various levels of contribution for your Chattanooga Theatre Centre Annual Fund: Friend ($15 - $49) Sustainer ($50 - $149) Benefactor ($150 – 249) Patron's Circle ($250 -749) Actor's Circle ($750 - $1,499) Director's Circle ($1,500 - $4,999) Producer's Circle ($5,000 and above) Make a donation online (no convenience fees will be applied to your donation) Your donation will be processed using our secure servers. or Call the Box Office at (423) 267-8534 Box Office hours are Tuesday through Friday from 9am to 5pm or Mail your contribution to: Chattanooga Theatre Centre PO Box 4023 Chattanooga, TN 37405 Thank You for your support!

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                    • Chattanooga Theatre Centre: 90th Season Promotional Campaign Samples

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                      Here is a brief look at some of the new television promos for the Chattanooga Theatre Centre's 2013-2014 season. There are still many more promos to come. Thanks to everyone who participated! Videos produced by Wadel Media (www.wadel.com)

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