In this latest iteration of the Barking Legs Drive-In Dance series, we have worked with our cast of performers to take deep personal explorations of the state of our world and our places in it. We have created an original score featuring heartfelt stories, poetry, and introspections from our performers combined with music and soundscapes that take the audience through the hearts and minds of the people dancing in the headlights.
This is not just a performance. This is our lives.
And if there is to be a happy ending, we must imagine it together.
The score will be broadcast on WUTC 88.1 FM for the audience and the show will start promptly at 9 PM.
Admission is $25 per vehicle with the option to donate more to support Barking Legs and the artists.
Attendees are asked to purchase tickets in advance and are REQUIRED to remain in their vehicles and wear masks if they open windows. Attendees in convertibles with the tops down or sitting in truck beds MUST wear masks. Be advised that the dancers will be moving between the parked vehicles during the show.
Directed by Ann Law
Sound Design by Marcus Ellsworth
Music Contributed by Bruce Kaplan
Our cast includes: Cherokee Ellison Monica Ellison Kenneth "KG" Glatt Marcus Ellsworth Kyle Dagnan Kenny Keawekane Shea Brill
Special Thanks to the Tennessee Arts Commission, Arts Build, Richard Winham at WUTC, Tower Construction Co., and volunteers from Scenic City Angel for making these performances possible.
|Type of Place||Music Venue|
|Address||1307 Dodds Ave, Chattanooga, TN 37404|
Barking Legs Theater is a superb, intimate concert hall and performance venue that has established a reputation as a great place for musicians and listeners alike. We are known throughout the Southeast as a venue with great acoustics and remarkable intimacy. Barking Legs is a listener’s dream, where each note and word rings clearly, promoting the sort of rapt attention impossible in the typical club or barroom setting. Performers love it! Our 80 fixed seats all have great sight lines and we can accommodate overflow crowds up to 175. Our in-house events offer a concession area and you are invited to take your beverages with you into the theater. And if you’re curious about the name, its origin stems from the “bark leggins” that were worn by scouts and woodsmen of the Appalachian region in the last century.