Victor Ashe: The Musical set to debut

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Sometime in early summer 2012, the Old Gringo Productions release of Victor Ashe: The Musical is set to debut at the Tennessee Theater.  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.  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,  a Marine, and a mayor.  The Ghost of Historic Preservation will be played by Madeline Rogero.   Eventually, the production will move to the Victor Ashe Theater in Pigeon Forge.  No other information has been forthcoming.

One response to “Victor Ashe: The Musical set to debut”

  1. 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.