Come celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Greeneville Arts Council at the Capitol Theatre! There will be cocktails and hors d’oeuvres served while the Tusculum Jazz Band provides music to dance to. The doors will open fifteen minutes prior at 5:45PM.
The GAC’s founder is Mary Jane Coleman, who also founded the Sinking Creek Film Festival, now known as the Nashville Film Festival, which is a celebration of independent films and filmmakers. On February 22nd, we’re bringing some of those historic, early, independent films back to Greeneville. Three films will be shown at the 50th Anniversary event: “It Ain’t City Music” (1972) and “Gravel Springs Fife & Drum” (1971), by Bill Ferris & Judy Peiser, and “Hush Hoggies Hush” (1978), by Tom Davenport.
Tickets for the event are $50 per person, and can be purchased at the time of the event at the Theatre box office, or by calling the Theatre in advance at (423)-638-1300.