Heritage Foundation and Studio Tenn join forces

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For the first time, the Heritage Foundation and Studio Tenn are joining forces for a special evening. Studio Tenn is bringing back Battle of Franklin: A House Divided which, is a peak into the Carter household during the days of the Civil War. If you’ve lived here very long you’ve surely toured the Carter House. You have seen the bullet holes that riddle the back porch and heard the stories of how the family and slaves took cover in the basement as one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War raged overhead. Now it’s time to meet those individuals.

Though a fictional account, Battle of Franklin: A House Divided is a peak into what might have been in the hearts and minds of Todd Carter, his family and their slaves.
On September 8th, preceding the play, you’ll have a chance to taste some Tennessee Whiskeys, compliments of Moon Wine and Spirits. After the play, join Rick Warwick, Williamson County Historian and Playwright, A.S. Peterson, for questions and answers.

As a Heritage Foundation member, you receive a 10% discount. To enjoy this unique evening on September 8th, go to StudioTenn.com and use promo code “Heritage”.


Photography by: MA2LA

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