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gospel according to tennessee
Playing July 20 - Oct. 26

Fast-paced,

fun

and sure to give you the grins!

Inspired by a true family story.

1920's lady on porch
gospel according to tennessee

Live Theatre and Dinner

July 20 - Oct. 26

Fridays, 6:30pm
Saturdays, 12pm and 5pm

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Set in 1926

Inspired by a true family story.

A fast-paced, fun dinner show set in East Tennessee

Set in 1926

Set in 1926 and inspired by a true family story, this fast-paced musical dinner show takes you to east Tennessee, where the fun never ends! Sing along with fabulous old Southern classics and watch the gospel truths unfold through the eyes and imagination of Tennessee!

July 20 - Oct. 26

Fridays, 6:30pm
Saturdays, 12pm
Saturdays, 5pm

No shows Labor Day Weekend,
Aug. 30-31

Groups of 15+ call
803.802.2300

Fast-paced,

fun

and sure to give you the grins!

dancers smiling
funny guy on bench 1920's
funny guy on bench 1920's

Down Home Cookin'

  • Southern fried chicken
  • Homemade macaroni and cheese
  • Down-home pinto beans
  • Hot cornbread and butter
  • Country-style chow chow
  • Homemade cobbler
  • Ice water with a fresh lemon slice
Gluten-sensitive and vegetarian options are available when selected at the time of order. Specialty meals must be reserved in advance.
man with cornbread
funny baptism
dancer
back bone rock 1900s

A story of faith
as solid as old Backbone Rock

A story of faith
as solid as old Backbone Rock

backbone rock 1900's
reading on the front porch
family of faith
family of faith

Tickets

Adult$54.95
Senior ages 55+$52.95
Youth ages 18 and under $34.95

Groups of 15+ take $2 off each ticket!
Call 803.802.2300 to reserve.

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What to Expect

  • Arrive 45 minutes prior to show time. Allow time to pick up tickets, use the facilities and get to your seat.
  • Campus shoppes are open for earlier arrivals.
  • Theatre doors open 30 minutes prior to show time.
  • Dinner is served promptly at the scheduled time.
  • The show begins after dinner is served.
  • Act I lasts approximately 50 minutes. A 20-minute intermission follows Act I.
  • Plan approximately 3 hours for your experience.
  • All phones must be silenced and put away during the show. No photos, videos or other recordings are permitted, and screens disrupt the experience for other guests.
This show is set in 1926, a time very different from today. We do not condone the prejudices of the past. We also do not distort history. Because of the accurate historical setting, the show honestly recognizes segregation and discrimination as evil social norms of that time period. The show is filled with humor, Tennessee personality and fabulous music. However, anyone who would be offended by that historical setting should choose another show.
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country dancers
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sad lady
little country girls
Groups of 15+ call 803.802.2300
Country ladies singing
1920's camerman
dancers
dancer jumping in overalls
man and boy with guitar
hound dog with bandana
country dancer
lady playing washboard
boys jumping

Show Dates for "The Gospel According to Tennessee"

boy at clothesline
1920's cameraman
lady with chicken
lady playing washboard
country people
hound dog in bandana
country girl dancing
man and boy with guitar
1920's people
hound dog in house
boy in overalls jumping
woman afraid to be baptized
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