In 2017, Tom Hanlon, executive director of River’s Way, mentioned an idea he had to Samantha Gray, executive director of Theatre Bristol. He wanted to collaborate and bring people with differing abilities onto the stage.
Mountain Empire Children’s Choral Academy’s goal is to enrich the lives of regional youth through vocal music education and the study and performance of choral literature.
Dottie Havlik writes the plays for the River’s Way and Theatre Bristol collaboration.
The Barter Players make theater more accessible to all audience members through sensory friendly performances.
My two children both have autism spectrum disorder, and from a young age the arts have meant a great deal to them.
When you spy a sparkling gem in the earth you dig it up, trim it and polish it because it has a wealth of light and shimmer to share.
Luke Gray has been on stage in varying roles since he was 3.
Nominations are being accepted for the fifth annual Arts Achievement Awards, sponsored by the Arts Alliance Mountain Empire.
Sunday with Friends hosts two speakers during March – Quinn Hawkesworth and Julie Zickefoose at the Washington County Public Library, Abingdon, Virginia.
Musician, mathematician, marathon runner, historian.
The McGlothlin Center for the Arts at Emory & Henry College, Emory, Virginia, displays an installation by renowned artist Dorothy Gillespie in honor of the 100th anniversary of her birth and women’s suffrage.
The idea of a play about the Melungeons was controversial in Hancock County.
Historical American heroism meets contemporary contagious Irish music in March in separate events under the auspices of Mary B. Martin School of the Arts at East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee.
Virginia Highlands Community College’s Spring Arts Array Film Series continues. Show times are Monday and Tuesday evenings