Sometime in early summer 2012, the Old Gringo Productions release of Victor Ashe: The Musical is set to debut at the Tennessee Theater.Â In development for nearly 5 years, the production tells the tale of Victor Ashe’s rise to fame and fortune as the Ambassador to Poland, set to the music of Queen.Â It chronicles his journey from a junior member of the Skull & Bones Society to law school, through his career as an underage State Representative, a State Senator,Â a Marine, and a mayor.Â The Ghost of Historic Preservation will be played by Madeline Rogero.Â Â Eventually, the production will move to the Victor Ashe Theater in Pigeon Forge.Â No other information has been forthcoming.
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Ooooh… will the Beach Boys ever play at the Victor Ashe Theater?
I have fond memories of not enough budget money for a downtown baseball park, yet plenty enough to cover Neyland Drive with sand for a Beach Boys concert and a BEACH PARTY!!! Woohoo!! Would love to see that same vibe again and relive those wondrous moments of my youth… with Victor by my side. When the show is over, I could truck on by Smokies Park and laugh at Sevier County for taking that wreck of a team off our hands.
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