Address: 442 W. Second North St.
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9 AM–5 PM, Saturday by appointment
Price: Gallery visitation is free; check website for concert, classes and special event pricing.
Housed in a Victorian schoolhouse, Rose Center is the cultural and performing arts hub of the Lakeway area. It features an art gallery, classes, musical performances, a sales gallery, and much more. Annual events such as Spring Thyme in the Garden, From Africa to Appalachia exhibit, and the annual Holiday Craft Sale and Open House call the Rose Center home. It is also the location of the award-winning Mountain Makins festival, a celebration of Appalachian culture and folk life.
Founded in 2006, Encore Theatrical Company mounts six to eight mainstage shows a year. Past productions have included, Follies, Inherit the Wind, Cabaret, Steel Magnolias, Spamalot, August: Osage County, The Full Monty to name a few. Main stage productions are presented at Walters State Community College. Current season information is available on the website.
Founded in 1934, the Morristown Theatre Guild is one of the oldest community theatres in Tennessee. The Guild presents four to five shows a year. Driving Miss Daisy, Guys and Dolls, On Golden Pond, Camelot, and The Odd Couple are a small sampling of past productions. Performances are held at various locations throughout Morristown. Check the website for current season information.
Address: 212 Tusculum Blvd., Greeneville, TN 37745
Hours: Check website for current schedule
The Niswonger Performing Arts Center in neighboring Greeneville features performing arts for all tastes, from traveling troupes to symphony orchestra performance, Broadway musicals and plays to concerts by major artists. Season schedule and ticket prices are available on the website.