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At The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, six young people overseen by grown-ups who barely managed to escape childhood themselves, struggle to find their place in the world in this hilarious musical comedy. Despite lofty parental expectations, six-syllable words, and the pangs of puberty, these six kids with a worship of words discover how to spell S-U-C-C-E-S-S as they learn that winning isn’t everything and that losing doesn’t necessarily make you a loser.
Directed by Robert Hiers, this show features Arts Center favorites Mike Reed, Michael McGee, David Winton, Laurie Burger, and Matthew Hunter. Rounding out this talented cast are Diane Bearden-Enright, Tricia Hiers, Marisa Davila, and Josh Issac.
“Holiday dinner theatre shows have become annual events for many area businesses and organizations,” states Donald Fann, executive director of the Arts Center. “The number of available dates is limited and they run out quickly so we urge our patrons to make reservations early for good selection of dates and tables.”
Performance dates are Dec. 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, & 22. Tickets are $28 per person and include dinner, drink, dessert and the show. The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is sponsored by Smith Funeral Home. Performances: For Friday and Saturday performances, dinner starts at 6:30PM with the show beginning at 7:30pm. For Sunday performances, dinner starts at 1:00PM and the show begins at 2:00PM.
To make reservations call 615-563-2787 or online at http://www.artscenterofcc.com/The25thAnnualPutnamCountySpellingBee.html
The Arts Center is located on 1424 John Bragg Highway, just west of the town of Woodbury, approximately 20 minutes from Murfreesboro, Manchester, and McMinnville and one hour southeast of Nashville. Office hours are 10:00a.m. to 4:00p.m., Monday through Saturday. For reservations or ticket information please call 615-563-(ARTS) 2787 or 1-800-235-9073. Check out our web site at www.artscenterofcc.com.
Founded in 1990, the award-winning Arts Center of Cannon County is a unique model for rural arts organizations. Situated in an under-served rural area in a town of 2,000 and a county of 12,000, The Arts Center annually attracts more than 40,000 visitors from a region covering over a 100-mile radius. Drawing on the blue-collar roots of its community, the organization focuses on self-sufficiency, fiscal responsibility and social entrepreneurship. The Arts Center is partially funded by the Tennessee Arts Commission, Southern Arts Federation and the National Endowment for the Arts.