Theatre Bristol’s 2019 Season

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Congratulations to the cast and crew of Theatre Bristol’s “Fiddler on the Roof”! Thank you to the incredible audiences for enjoying this story with us! Thank you to Glenn Patterson for directing with such heart and care. Thank you to our sponsors United Company Foundation, Tennessee Arts CommissionFood City, ENT & Allergy Consultants, Ballad Health, Citizens Bank, and First Tennessee Bank.

“…here, in our little village of Anatevka, you might say every one of us is a fiddler on the roof trying to scratch out a pleasant, simple tune without breaking his neck.”

It’s very hard to leave Anatevka… where we know everyone we meet.


Theatre Bristol’s 2018 season opens with Lessons from Shakespeare: How to Avoid a Personal Tragedy on February 17, continues in March with Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, then Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in June at the Paramount, Summer Camp and Tartuffe in July by the Youth Service Board, Pinocchio in Aug/Sept, Fiddler on the Roof in November at the Paramount, and The Best Christmas Pageant Ever in December! We invite you to get involved!

Thank you to our audiences, sponsors, and volunteers for taking Theatre Bristol into its 53rd year!

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Theatre Bristol/Bristol Children's Theatre, Live performance since 1965. Featured: First production of "Tom Sawyer," directed by Cathy DeCaterinaTheatre Bristol, located in Bristol, Tennessee, originally established in 1965 as the Bristol Children’s Theatre, is a community theatre with a focus on reaching children performers and audiences. Theatre Bristol has performed before audiences of school children from local school districts, and for the general public in this theatre-oriented area. Your contribution helps us sustain this long-running theatre and reach more children with the performing arts.

Theatre Bristol hosts many outreach programs, workshops, and other educational programs. It is run by volunteers, with minimal support staff. The theatre welcomes your participation as a member of the audience, or as a volunteer helping to stage the various shows presented throughout the year. Continue reading “About”