It’s 1856 and you’re stuck with your family on vacation in a small town called Jonesborough . . . what in the world are you going to do? Annette Broadacre and her family are on a journey south for the winter. When they reach Jonesborough, the women of the family elect to stay behind, while the men continue on to Roan Mountain. But what can Jonesborough possibly have to offer a young woman who’s accustomed to much larger cities? Will the town win her over and change her perceptions? And what kind of gossip, legends, and stories will she pick up on the streets of Tennessee’s oldest town? Find out on March 27th at 7:00 PM with the premier of A Sojourn in Jonesborough.
This one-woman play, written by Anne G’Fellers-Mason, will perform at the International Storytelling Center March 27th at 7:00 PM, followed by refreshments, music, and a talk-back session with the playwright. Tickets are $10.00 per person, and proceeds will help further the mission online casino of the Heritage Alliance. Seating is limited in the storytelling theater. Advance tickets are recommended and are available by phone at 423.753.9580, by email at email@example.com, and in person at the Heritage Alliance office at 212 East Sabin Drive in Jonesborough.
A Sojourn in Jonesborough is based on a serial story that ran in Harper’s New Monthly Magazine from 1857-1858. An enjoyable mix of humor and fact, the piece received rave reviews from its past performances, but this will be the play’s premiere event for the larger public. You won’t want to miss this spectacular evening of entertainment!