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Production History


February 25 - March 13, 2011

Tennessee Women’s Theater Project presents the regional premiere of Impressionism, a romantic comedy by Michael Jacobs.

Impressionism is set in a small art gallery where the owner, Katharine, and her assistant Thomas, hide out from a world that has shattered them both. The play depicts their halting steps toward trust with wit, empathy and laughter. The New Yorker magazine’s review of the Broadway production praised the play’s “brazen sweetness and openhearted humor.”

Katharine is played by Holly Allen, who charmed audiences in the company’s 2008 production of Kingfisher Days. Jeremy Childs, veteran of more than 100 Nashville-area stage productions, and currently seen in the film Country Strong, plays Thomas.
The ensemble includes David Chattam, Terry Occhiogrosso, Virginia Richardson, Tamiko Robinson and James Rudolph.

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Read Martin Brady's review in the Nashville Scene (Scroll to the end of the article)

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Read Fiona Soltes's preview in The Tennessean

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7:30 pm – February 25, 26, March 3, 4, 5, 10, 11 & 12
2:30 pm – February 27, March 6 & 13
Tuesday matinees 10:30 am – March 1 & 8

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