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Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash

  • Dates: July 6, 2018 - August 12, 2018
  • Recurrence: Recurring weekly on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
  • Time: Tues-Thurs 7:30pm, Fri-Sat 8pm, Sat 3pm, Sun 2pm
  • Price: $27 - $69.50
  • Overview

    Take an exuberant ride on the rails, into the backwoods and onto the wide-open highway with the music of Johnny Cash! This remarkable life story is brought to life with 31 foot-stompin’, emotionally-packed songs such as “Country Boy,” “A Thing Called Love,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “Daddy Sang Bass,” “Ring of Fire,” “I Walk the Line,” “I’ve Been Everywhere,” “A Boy Named Sue” and “Sunday Morning Coming Down.” Performed by a multi-talented cast of actor-musicians, this story of family, humor, tragedy, sin and redemption is filled with colorful characters and exhilarating music worthy of a legend!

    Created by Richard Maltby, Jr.  Conceived by William Meade

    Special Events:

    July 6: Guitar Reinterpreted Exhibit Opening Reception
    30 artists were invited to create a new work, the only stipulation is that a guitar be incorporated into the final piece. All pieces will be part of a silent auction in our gallery and online. Opening reception 5 pm to 7 pm. Gallery and bidding open to the public noon to 5 pm weekdays.

    July 10: Opening Night
    Stay after the show for desserts from Bella Napoli and a champagne (or ginger ale) toast with the show’s cast and crew!

    July 17: Chef’s Table Night
    Hello, delicious. Enjoy complimentary light fare from The Hollow Bar + Kitchen before the show – one of the best kept secrets in town!

    July 18 & 25: Post-show Discussion Nights
    Producing Artistic Director Maggie Mancinelli-Cahill will host a post-show discussion with members of the cast. Stay and join the conversation!

    July 21: I Still Miss Someone: A Johnny Cash remembrance
    Join us as roots scholar and multi-instrumentalist Michael Eck discusses Johnny Cash’s legacy. He’s written about music for a wide variety of outlets including Albany Times Union, Amazon.com, AOL/Time Warner, Austin Chronicle, Best Classic Bands, Billboard, Fretboard Journal and No Depression. He consulted with Capital Repertory Theatre for Woody Guthrie’s American Song and his folk art portraits of classic country musicians were featured in theREP’s gallery for Hank Williams: Lost Highway. Talk is included with show ticket and begins at 2pm.

    July 29: Behind the Scenes
    A pre-show discussion with our Producing Artistic Director Maggie Mancinelli-Cahill. Starts at 12:30 pm and includes a light continental breakfast.

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