Tenn Offers Cyber Monday today through December 1


To many families in the United States and beyond, Christmas just isn’t Christmas until they have watched “It’s a Wonderful Life,” starring James Stewart. Most people know the 1946 movie, a Christmas fantasy, filled with love, angst and magic, in which a man named George Bailey (Stewart), his dreams long pushed aside so he could help others, has decided to commit suicide, But, before he can do the deed, his guardian angel (one Clarence Odbody, played by Henry Travers) swoops in to show Bailey how all the lives he has touched in hometown Bedford Falls, if he had never been born. It’s a Christmas classic must-see and if you haven’t ever seen it, give it a shot.


Or, if you are in the market for a live version of the holiday favorite, how about buying Cyber Monday priced tickets all this week for “It’s a Wonderful Life,” as Studio Tenn interprets it, in their own Norman Rockwell style retelling of Frank Capra’s 1946 film . It is truly a story as priceless as any ever told and the perfect new holiday tradition for you and your loved ones.


Playing December 4 – 21, 2014 at The Factory in Franklin, inside Jamison Hall, the Studio Tenn debut production of “It’s a Wonderful Life” offers tickets with or without select Brunch and Dinner Package Upgrades. And for your very own Cyber Monday special, offered today through December 1, save $5 on select seatings with Promo Code MOON, valid for Price Level 2 2 tickets only. To get a steal of a deal through December 1, visit the Studio Tenn ticket website.


To see a ‘behind the scenes” clip of Studio Tenn’s rehearsal of “It’s a Wonderful Life,” make sure to check out the video included on this article page. Studio Tenn is a theatre company started in 2009 by Matt Logan, nationally recognized director and artist, Broadway and movie actress Marguerite Lowell Hall and Emmy Award winning producer Philip Hall. Not long after a very successful opening of Our Town, the founding group was joined by Jake Speck, formerly in the Broadway cast of Jersey Boys, as their Managing Director. The Factory at Franklin is now the permanent home of the Studio Tenn Theatre Company.




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