The Scene

STONECOM COOKEVILLE LLC  |  Series , ±17 min episodes total time 1 hr 08 min  | 
The Upper Cumberland is home to artists, painters, craftsmen, musicians, and performers. Playhouses, performance halls, outdoor venues, gallery showings, craft centers... our community has many talented people and events happening and we take you to meet these performers and artists who are on The Scene with your host Jane Ellen.

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01

The Renaissance Festival and Castle

Organizer Mike Freeman discusses his yearly Renaissance Festival and Castle. A dream early on lead to building an actual castle for his home and from there his love of medieval architecture lead to a renaissance of his own. Bob Jones talks with Jane Ellen about the festival he helped to start and the castle that inspired it in today's podcast.
02

Cookeville Children's Theatre Workshops

The Cookeville Children's Theatre hosts various workshops for area youth. Jennifer Welch and Cade Smith work with youth to produce performances year round. They also help children learn more about theater and productions by holding workshops. In today's podcast they talk with Jane Ellen about how they began the work they do and the workshops they offer.
03

Movies In The Park

Chad McDonald is the Cultural Arts Superintendent for the City of Cookeville at the Cookeville Performing Arts Center, along with his role there he also helps plan events like Movies in the Park after Dark at Dogwood Park and the summer concert series. He talks with Jane Ellen about the planned showings and events coming up this summer.
04

The Peachtree Learning Center

What began as cultural Fridays and classes for students to learn music and arts has grown into almost a weeks offering of classess and courses for any youth or parent interested n attending. Director Tabitha Merritt talks with Jane Ellen about their presentation of public art shows, music concerts, instrument recitals, and community outreach.

4 episodes