“The Pink House: A Tale of Two Faces” will be presented on Saturday, March 11, at 7:30 p.m. at the Grove Theater.
This traveling, semi-animated variety show hosts eminent local musicians in an ongoing epic about an artist and his various misadventures, a press release said.
The show is illustrated by Desmond Darko of Oak Ridge. It is voice-acted by Darko, Courtney Harvey, and Austin Puckett.
Musical guests are Mojlae, a folk guitarist who experiments with electronic and synthetic sounds, and The Shut Inns, an alternative rock band that uses grunge and punk influences. To hear samples of Mojlae’s music, visit https://soundcloud.com/mojlae.
All performers are from Oak Ridge, except for Harvey and Puckett, who are from Bristol, Tennessee. The Pink House events are hosted in both Oak Ridge and Bristol.
Tickets can be obtained for $8.50 online at https://thepinkhouseoakridge.eventbrite.com.
Tickets cost $10 at the door. Concessions will be available in the lobby.
This press release was submitted by Carolyn Krause.