Max McLean originated the role of Screwtape in a new live version of C.S. Lewis's novel.
A live, theatrical version of The Screwtape Letters is coming to the Tivoli in Chattanooga on February 9th. In this interview, actor/director Max McLean talks about us about adapting C.S. Lewis's novel for the stage.
Ryan Singer and Jarrod Harris will perform at JJ's Bohemia on Jan 29th
The Organic Comedy Tour will stop in Chattanooga on January 29th. More than a comedy show, it’s a documentary-in-progress about underground comedy. In this segment, we explain what "underground comedy" is and how Chattanooga fits in.
Chris Carroll is getting ready for a big move. Right now, he lives in Chattanooga and covers federal politics for the Chattanooga Times Free Press. He'll move to D.C. in early February and be the newspaper's first reporter stationed there in several years. In this interview, Carroll tells us about the job of political reporting and how he interned at The Daily Show.
Janie Dempsey Watts’s debut novel Moon Over Taylor’s Ridge hit the shelves of the Winder Binder Gallery & Bookstore in Chattanooga last fall and became one of the store’s bestselling local books. In this interview, Watts talks about the North Georgia legends and true history that inspired her.
Dr. David Adair, a maternal-fetal medicine specialist in Chattanooga, is working on a drug treatment that could save pregnant women’s lives. Preeclampsia affects between five and eight percent of all pregnancies, and it’s currently an incurable, sometimes-deadly disease. The FDA recently designated the new drug treatment for fast-track review.
Chosen Productions is one of Chattanooga’s newest audio/video production companies, and they have a huge array of microphones, audio hardware, musical instruments—even a grand piano sitting beside a window overlooking downtown. But all that equipment would be useless without a good engineer sitting behind the console.