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Studio Tenn Brings ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardobe’ to Franklin

Studio Tenn is bringing Nashville families through the wardrobe for C.S. Lewis’ classic, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.

The production happens Dec. 1 – Dec. 23 at the Jamison Theater in the Factory at Franklin. It’s a magical story appropriate for all ages during the holiday season. Attendees will experience a land where animals talk, elves walk and the White Witch rules. This is a can’t miss event.

If you’re not familiar with the story, it’s about four kids who pass through an enchanted wardrobe and enter the winter wonderland of the White Witch. It’s a family favorite and one of the 100 greatest novels of all time. The play is one that your entire family will love.

“This is a play for both children and adults,” Studio Tenn’s artistic director, Matt Logan, explains. “The Pevensie children are the lens through which Narnia is revealed to the entire audience. I think when you combine the classic nature of the novel with the design and interpretation that we do here at Studio Tenn, we have a perfect match for the holiday season.”

If you want to get more up close and personal with the production, they’re also offering backstage tours before the weekend matinee shows. It’s $15 and includes the tour, a meet and greet with the puppetry and photo ops with the wardrobe.

They’re also asking that attendees for the Dec. 1 – Dec. 10 shows bring new coats for children. The coat drive is for kids sizes 6 months to 12 youth. It will benefit the Williamson County’s chapter of Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children. The coats will then be given to local children in need, and a final tally of donated coats will be announced at A Studio Tenn Christmas on Dec. 13.

For more information on tickets, the coat drive and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, visit Studio Tenn’s official website.

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