ELIZABETHTON — The Bonnie Kate Theater will be hosting two Summer Youth Theater Camps this summer.
ELIZABETHTON — One of the items the Elizabethton City Council will consider in tonight’s meeting is a proposal to accept a low bid of $94,500 for a new roof for the Bonnie Kate Theater.
ELIZABETHTON — Green is the color of the day on Saturday for St. Patrick’s Day. Along with the green ties and green sweaters, how about a green movie?
ELIZABETHTON — The Bonnie Kate Theater is offering a very appropriate but different way to celebrate the post Valentine’s Day period. The theater is presenting “Engaged,” a play written by W.S. Gilbert (of the classic team of Gilbert and
Feb 10, 2018 at 10:36 PM
ELIZABETHTON — It may be cold outside, but the Bonnie Kate Theater, 115 S. Sycamore St., has “got things going on inside.”
The Bonnie Kate Theater, 115 S. Sycamore St., will present “A Christmas Carol,” that seasonal favorite inspired by Charles Dickens.
ELIZABETHTON — It’s time for a few Christmas carols and some “Bah, humbugs.”
ELIZABETHTON — There was a time before television and PlayStation when radio was cutting-edge communication, with local studios producing popular programs.
ELIZABETHTON — Do you like to sample barbecue from several of the best purveyors of barbecue in the region and wash it down with some of the best local beers?
ELIZABETHTON — Progress continues to be made at the Bonnie Kate Theater in downtown Elizabethton. The 90-year-old theater will be hosting its first musical concert since renovations on the building began last year.
ELIZABETHTON — The Bonnie Kate Theater will present a concert Saturday, July 29, at 7:30 p.m. to celebrate the release of Daniel Couper’s new extended play recording, “Epilogue: The Bienvenu Stories.”
ELIZABETHTON — A lot of hard work has been devoted to the 90-year-old Bonnie Kate Theater since it was acquired from the banks holding its mortgage last year.
ELIZABETHTON — Children in Elizabethton have a new opportunity to learn about acting, have a lot of fun and help in the restoration of the Bonnie Kate Theater, 115 S. Sycamore St.
ELIZABETHTON — For the past few years the building that housed the Bonnie Kate Theater has been mostly ignored by the community. That is no longer the case now that the building is under the control of the city government.
ELIZABETHTON — One big job — raising enough money to acquire the Bonnie Kate Theater — is finished, but another one — raising funds to restore the building — has not yet begun.