Drive a ways outta town, somewhere between Frog Level and Smyrna, North Carolina, and you’ll come the place where the ‘Pump Boys’ sell high octane and the ‘Dinettes’ run the Double Cupp diner next door. To look at it, you wouldn’t know that this little stop on Highway 57 is where all the action is, but trust us – once the boys get that guitar and bass fiddle revved up, you won’t want to be anywhere else. Pump Boys and Dinettes is a countrified musical packed with highly entertaining toe-tappers such as “Drinkin’ Shoes” and “Farmer Tan.” Conceived and written by Mark Hardwick, Cass Morgan, Jim Wann, John Schimmel, Debra Monk, John Foley. Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday through May 4. No performances Easter weekend.
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Immediately adjacent to famous Coolidge Park, across the river from the Hunter Museum. 400 River Street, Chattanooga Tennessee, 37405
Tickets are $12.50 to $30. Youth Theatre tickets are $10.00. Dinner and a Show $35.
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Performances Sept. - July. Classes year-round. See website or call box office for production titles and dates. Box office open Tues. - Friday 9-5 and one hour before curtain on performance dates.
Federal Holidays; Dec 24 - Jan 1.
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