Tricia Matthews examines the nature of celebrityWhen Rick Rose offered Tricia Matthews the opportunity to direct "Chicago" at Barter Theatre, the first thing she did was research.
Also in This Issue"Chicago" is dream come true for actresses
Derek Smith creates the world for "Chicago's' actors
Aldridge creates the movement for "Chicago'
New Barter Theatre prices offer increased accessibility
Rhythm & Roots Reunion fills Bristol with music
Bristol church's Art Series opens with concert by soprano Parrish
September brings stellar lineup to International Storytelling Center
Arts Array September films are eclectic
ETSU faculty and staff assist with "On Top of Old Smoky'
ETSU professor's work appears in two magazines
Arts for Youth Spotlight
Johnson City resident's newest book released
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A! ExtraContreras-Koterbay instrumental in establishing American Museum of Philippine Art
Fans, organizers proclaim R&R Reunion keeps getting better than year before
Next year's Reunion already in the works as city crews finalize clean up
When the Superstar was a Nobody
Play focuses on Christian faith and courage
Blues great Buddy Guy steps up as headliner
New directions ahead for The Band Perry
Everyone knows "Rocky Top'
BRRR performer Liz Vice combines faith and voice into her "calling to love'
Kenny Chesney, Old Dominion, The Band Perry highlight all-star Tailgate Party
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