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  1. Robert, you might be interested to know that back in the late 70’s Ensemble Theatre Company produced “The Glass Menagerie,” “The Lady’s Not For Burning,” and “Juno and the Paycock” at the Looby Theatre. In fact, I’m pretty sure they were the first to mount a production in that space. Just a bit of Nashville Theatre history.

    Also, thanks for coming to visit Springhouse.

  2. Also, the first show Dennis Ewing did in Nashville was Woody Allen’s play, God, at the Looby. Black Taffeta and Burlap, a primarily African American troupe, did some wonderful shows there. Dorothy Robinson directed a spectacular production of Quilters there.

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