9 FRESH PLAYS for SPRING 2014

by stevie ray on March 12, 2014

IT’S SPRING! BREATH IN A FRESH BATCH OF ORIGINAL PLAYS!

9 ORIGINAL PLAYS by KID PLAYWRIGHTS

 “ACTED BY REAL GROWN-UPS!” 

FRIDAY APRIL 4 at 7 pm

SATURDAY APRIL  5 at 3 AND 7 pm.

Suggested Donation ONLY $10!

THE DOWNTOWN PUBLIC LIBRARY

to reserve seats – musetixreservations@gmail.com

leave your name, how many seats (up to 4), and which performance.  You will receive confirmation by e-mail. Pay at the door.

(Thanks for your patience as we update our website.)

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ENDER’S GAME and THE MUSE of FIRE PROJECT

by stevie ray on October 14, 2013

The Muse of Fire Project invites you to join us for a special screening:

ENDER’S GAME!

SATURDAY, November 2 at 6 pm

The Carmike Majestic 12

311 Broad Street Chattanooga TN

37402

Come see Harrison Ford, Viola Davis, Asa Butterfied, Ben Kingsley, Abigail Breslin and

TMOFP ARTISTIC DIRECTOR – STEVIE RAY DALLIMORE as Ender’s Father

This is a special fundraiser for The Muse of Fire Project. Extremely limited seating $50.00/person. All proceeds go to The Muse of Fire Project programs. For more information or to RSVP  Caroline von Kessler cvonkessler1@comcast.net or Kay Sanford kaysanford@gmail.com

Kids write. Adults Act. Communities come together.

If you are unable to attend but would like to contribute to TMOFP please see our “DONATE” button on the right side of this page.

All contributions are tax deductible.

THANKS!

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THE ADVENTURE PLAYS ARE COMING!!

March 17, 2013

COME ADVENTURE WITH ZOMBIES AND ZEBRAS! SKATEBOARDS AND DINOSAURS! COPS ON PINK SCOOTERS! JAMAICAN POLAR BEARS, ENGLISH PARROTS AND FRENCH TOAST! THE MUSE OF FIRE PROJECT PROUDLY PRESENTS: THE ADVENTURE PLAYS! FRIDAY APRIL 12 @7 PM SATURDAY APRIL 13 @ 3 AND 7 PM. RESERVATIONS: musetixreservations@gmail.com $7.00 SUGGESTED DONATION. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO GIVE […]

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Happy Holidays from The Muse of Fire Project!

December 16, 2012

 Happy Holidays and Happy New Year from The Muse of Fire Project!  We have had a wonderful year and we’re excited to begin again on January 14 with ten new kid playwrights from different neighborhoods around Chattanooga!  Look for shows at The Downtown Public Library on April 12 and 13, 2013! Hit the Button and […]

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A Year In…

May 15, 2012

  30 kids have written 30 original ten-minute plays that an audience of more than 400 people has been privileged to see.  Over 40 actors from a wide variety of backgrounds have had the wondrous task of becoming dragons, sharks, cheetahs, robots, dolphins, penguins, cruel lions, innocent zebras, doughnut-seeking aliens, stuffed-bears, kids, birds, socks and […]

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The Hard Part

November 10, 2011

We have one class left. All the plays are supposed to be written by next Wednesday.  Some kids are very close to being finished and will have no trouble, others will need extra one-on-one sessions. I wonder if I am doing a decent job of helping them get to the finish line. Are they really […]

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Here we go again…

September 22, 2011

The night after opening night is hardest for some.  It is it’s own peculiar brand of challenge.  The build up of excitement and the adrenaline rush that comes with a first performance is what a lot of people thrive on in the performing world.  You got through it, hopefully with grace and beauty, and you […]

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Oh For a Muse of Fire….

August 7, 2011

Oh for a muse of fire that would ascend The brightest heaven of invention!…  A Lion Bank.  A scratched video game CD.  An unintended belly flop in front of a bunch of people.  An asthma attack.  The Ice Cream Truck Lady.  A Dream… Inspiration.  Launching pads. It’s funny and wonderfully surprising what kids find and […]

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“Upstate Manhattan” to Chattanooga, TN : an Artistic Director’s blog.

July 1, 2011

It has been nearly a year since I moved to Chattanooga with my family from Washington Heights in the northern part of Manhattan.  “Upstate Manhattan” we like to call it.  Now I am on a mountain in Georgia.  The view I had in New York was nice – the New Jersey Palisades, Hudson River, the […]

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