JONESBOROUGH, Tenn. – A Night with the Yarn Exchange, Jonesborough’s original storytelling radio hour, has experienced sell-out crowds this year during their live performances at the International Storytelling Center. The program, which also airs on WETS 89.5 FM and streams online on HD Channel 1, features areas actors performing a show scripted from real
Oral stories that have been adapted for the stage, these stories come from community members in Jonesborough and throughout Northeast Tennessee and celebrate the unique culture of the region.
Each month has a different theme, around which the stories in the show revolve. A new musical guest is also featured each month, including blues, folk, jazz, and country music artists.
Season passes for the 2018 season are on sale now, available for only $55, which guarantees a seat during the season, and includes 10 monthly performances, admission to the opening season gala on Jan. 22, 2018, plus $5 towards the annual “Story of the Carols” Soupbowl Performance at the McKinney Center, now called “The Christmas Messenger.” The performance takes place in late November, kicking off the holiday season.
Passes may be purchased online at www.Jonesborough.com/tickets or by calling the Visitors Center at 423-753-1010. Seating is limited.
For more information, contact Yarn Exchange Director Jules Corriere at 423-794-6320 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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