FOOTHILLS COMMUNITY PLAYERS IS A NONPROFIT 501(c)3 ORGANIZATION

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Season 2017

Foothills Community Players presents our 2017 season, "A Season of Legends." We hope you'll join us for a year of memorable theatrical experiences!




Steel Magnolias



Gather around the hair salon with six fierce ladies of the south. Robert Harling's comedy not only reminds us all of the power of friendship, but also reveals the beauty, tragedy, and hilarity that life offers.

In the spirit of the queen of the Smokies herself, Dolly Parton, who was in the Oscar nominated film, a portion of ticket sales will go towards the "My People" fund, which aids those who continue to recover from the fires that tore through the Smoky Mountains.

Steel Magnolias will be presented by FCP at Second Harvest Food Bank on April 20-23, 2017 and will be directed by Michael McMahan.



Singin' in the Rain



In recognition of the late Debbie Reynolds, FCP invites you two kick up your heels and sing and dance in the rain. The iconic film graces the stage with favorites including, "Good Morning," "You Are My Lucky Star," and "Singin' in the Rain."

Look forward to ending your summer with this classic on August 4-6 at the Clayton Center at the Pellissippi Campus in Hardin Valley under the direction of Libby Pemberton.





Miracle on 34th Street



The enchanting tale that brought the trial of the legendary St. Nick will close the season. Join FCP during your holiday season with a story that examines what happens when a department store Santa claims to be the real thing.

Miracle on 34th Street will be presented December 15-17 at Second Harvest Food Bank with David Miller directing.


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Foothills Community Players

P.O. Box 5645

Maryville, TN 37802

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Foothills Community Players is a Nonprofit 501c3 Company and a proud member of the
Tennessee Theatre Association and the American Association of Community Theatres



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