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The Clayton Center for the Arts announces 2019-2020 season line up

The Clayton Center for the Arts announces the 2019-2020 Season line up. Season tickets are now on sale, with individual tickets for each show on sale at a later date. Subscribers may choose a Partial Season of 4-7 shows or a Full Season of 8 shows. Partial subscribers receive a 10% discount, while Full subscribers receive a 20% discount. For ticket prices, interested patrons may visit the website at or call the Box Office at 865-981-8590. Season Brochures may be requested through the website or by calling the Box Office.

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Wynonna Judd; image submitted

The lineup is as follows:

Wynonna and The Big Noise: September 19, 2019
Cirque Mechanics: 42FT- A Menagerie of Mechanical Marvels: October 27, 2019
Dallas String Quartet: DSQ Electric: November 16, 2019
35th Anniversary of Windham Hill’s Winter Solstice: December 11, 2019
Bandstand: January 30, 2020
The Tap Pack: February 6, 2020
The Chieftains: The Irish Goodbye: February 14, 2020
The Play That Goes Wrong: March 10, 2020
The Choir of Man: April 3, 2020

Blake Smith, General Manager of the Clayton Center for the Arts said about the upcoming season, “I am very excited about the upcoming Clayton Center Season.   Once again, we have put together a diverse line-up of performers which our patrons have come to expect and which set us apart from other programs.    From music to theatre, dance to variety, there are exciting and engaging options to meet (and hopefully exceed) the expectations of our patrons; those we have known for years, those who have drifted away and those who have yet to join us. 

In addition to the Season Performances, National Geographic Live will bring 2 speaker presentations to the Center, which subscribers may add on to their season at the regular discounts. Steve Winter brings On the Trail of Big Cats on October 22, 2019 and Mark Synott will present Life on the Vertical on March 6, 2020.

The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers will return for the 3rd season with 2 Narrative films and 4 documentaries. Dates and Times will be announced later in the summer.

The Clayton Center for the Arts, located on the Maryville College campus and constructed through a unique partnership between the College and the cities of Maryville and Alcoa, is East Tennessee’s venue for arts and entertainment. As a gathering place for the community and the home of Maryville College fine and performing arts programs, the Clayton Center provides opportunities for the lifelong expression and appreciation of the arts. 

The 1,200-seat Ronald and Lynda Nutt Theatre features dance, theatre, concerts, lectures and other events. The 250-seat Harold and Jean Lambert Recital Hall hosts a wide variety of musicians and performers. The 200-seat Haslam Family Flexible Theatre is capable of supporting theatrical performances from amateur and professional companies. Four art galleries display collections and works of art from Appalachia and beyond.

Published July 7, 2019

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