Join us October 25 ,26 & 27 at 7:30 pm as we do our part to “STAND” against homelessness and addiction.
Nashville playwright Jim Reyland joined together with several favorite Nashville-area theatre companies (including us) to present his new play “STAND” for twelve consecutive weekends. The production began on August 24th and on October 25, 26 & 27, we are joining together with Metro Parks to present STAND at the Z. Alexander Looby Theatre at the Looby Branch of the Nashville Public Library. All performances will raise funds to benefit Room In The Inn.
Starring Barry Scott and Chip Arnold, and directed by David Compton, STAND is the true story of Johnny “JJ” Ellis who spent three drug-addicted decades on the streets of Nashville, and a Good Samaritan who stepped up to help him. The play is directed by David Compton. “JJ” is played by Barry Scott and the Good Samaritan is played by Chip Arnold.
“The STAND Project”
Travels to Z. Alexander Looby Theatre at Looby Branch of the Nashville Public Library [map]
October 25, 26 & 27 @ 7:30
Tickets $15.00 at TicketsNashville
or at the door to benefit Room In The Inn
Call 615-636-9177 for info
For more about the project, check out Martin Brady’s article at