Hypnosis and inspiration at Tusculum CollegeDate(s): August 21, 2016 - March 16, 2017
60 Shiloh Road
Greeneville, TN 37743
GREENEVILLE, Tenn. – Wayne Lee brings his mix of hypnosis and inspiration to Tusculum College Monday, Aug. 29, in the kick-off event of the 2016-17 Acts, Arts, Academia performance and lecture series.
Lee's performance is at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Annie Hogan Byrd Fine Arts Building on the Greeneville campus. The Acts, Arts, Academia performance and lecture series is a program of Tusculum College Arts Outreach and supported by the late Dr. Sam Miller in memory of Agnes Ault Miller, Hearts for the Arts, the Tennessee Arts Commission, Arts Outreach and generous donors and volunteers.
In his presentation, "Set your GPS for Success," Lee challenges audiences to set their "Great Programmable Subconscious" to reach their goals. While keeping his audiences in stitches, Lee blends in encouraging and thought-provoking points in his presentation.
Over the years, Lee has used hypnosis to entertain, excite and mesmerize audiences across North America in thousands of shows and presentations and helped people to explore the unlimited potential of the human mind. Beginning with a childhood fascination with magic and visualization, Lee's driving passion is to help people discover their potential, and acting on that passion has resulted in his opportunities to make presentations worldwide. As a former five-time Canadian amateur wrestling champion and a classroom instructor, Lee has practiced what he teaches.
The Acts, Arts, Academia series continues Tuesday, Sept. 30, with a lecture by Dr. Deborah Bryan, associate professor of art at Tusculum College. "Looking: Art Around You" is presented at 7 p.m. in the Behan Arena Theatre on the lower level of the Annie Hogan Byrd Building (side entrance).
Theatre-at-Tusculum hits audiences' funny bones with its fall production, "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum." Performances are scheduled for Nov. 4-6 and 10-13 in the Annie Hogan Byrd auditorium.
The Christmas season is marked by performances by the Tusculum College Band Program and Tusculum College Community Chorus. The band program's holiday concert is Tuesday, Nov. 29, in the Annie Hogan Byrd auditorium. The Community Chorus performs its annual holiday concert under new director Kathy May Monday, Dec. 5.
The first performance in 2017 will be Central Ballet Theatre's presentation of "Sleeping Beauty: True Love's Kiss." Performances are scheduled for Jan. 27-29 in the Annie Hogan Byrd auditorium.
On Tuesday, Feb. 7, audiences have an opportunity to enjoy an evening with esteemed Southern author Crystal Wilkinson.
Theatre-at-Tusculum's spring production is "Disney's My Son Pinocchio JR," the classic tale of an aging toymaker and his beloved wooden puppet. Performances are scheduled for Feb. 17-19 and Feb. 23-26 in the Behan Arena Theatre.
The Tusculum Band presents its winter concert Tuesday, Feb. 28, in the Annie Hogan Byrd auditorium.
The Malprass Brothers bring their brand of traditional country music to the stage Thursday, March 16, in the Annie Hogan Byrd auditorium.
During the Old Oak Festival, Theatre-at-Tusculum in conjunction with the college's English Department presents "5 x 10," five 10-minute plays by Tusculum students. Performances are April 20-23 in the Behan Arena Theatre.
The series concludes with the spring concerts by the Tusculum Band Program and Community Chorus. The Community Chorus performs Monday, April 24, and the band program's presentation is Sunday, April 30.
Admission to the events is $15 for adults, $12 for seniors above the age of 60 and $5 for children 12 years of age and under except for the presentations by Dr. Deborah Bryan and Crystal Wilkinson and the "5 x 10" plays , which will be $7, and the band and Community Chorus concerts which have no admission charge.
For more information on any of these events, or to reserve tickets for the Wayne Lee performance, call Tusculum College Arts Outreach at 423-798-1620, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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