Smoke on the Mountain returns for record-setting season, plays May 30 - Aug. 8

Smoke on the Mountain opens May 30, plays through Aug. 8

Heaven is eternal, but twenty-one years of Smoke on the Mountain are heavenly for the Cumberland County Playhouse, "Tennessee's Family Theater" - home to the state's largest theater audience of over 135,000 annual visits.

"The publisher, Samuel French, Inc., the oldest and largest publisher for plays and musicals in the world, tells us it's the most popular show they license," says 2013 co-director Daniel Black, who started his Playhouse (and Smoke) career as a volunteer while still at Cumberland County High School in Crossville, in 1995. French also verifies that the Playhouse has done more performances than any other theater, anywhere.

Smoke on the Mountain is a crowd-pleasing, grassroots musical that tells the story of the Sanders Family Singers with a healthy dose of humor, bluegrass and gospel music. Playhouse fans have enjoyed the performances by Patty Payne, Jason Ross, Lauren Marshall, Daniel Black, Austin Price and John Dobbratz.

Written by Connie Ray
Conceived by Alan Bailey


Smoke on the Mountain is rated G.

Choose your seats and order your tickets online, or call the Playhouse Box Office today
at 931-484-5000.

Ticket Prices:
$25 Adults
$24 Seniors
$23 Groups
$13 Students

Sponsored by Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.


CCP operates on 80% earned revenue from ticket sales compared to 52% for most theaters nationally.  All CCP productions are made possible through sponsor support, with additional support provided by the Tennessee Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts, and from Arts lovers like you. Thank you!

Smoke on the Mountain
Damn Yankees plays the Mainstage from September 12 through Nov. 9

Sponsored by Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.

Tickets:
$25 Adults
$24 Seniors
$23 Groups
$13 Students

Order your tickets online, or call the Playhouse Box Office today at 931-484-5000.

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