Woolworth on 5th
Next performance: December 11
The Big Idea is an interactive theatrical experience exploring how stories of country's past shape our future. These experiences will be presented by Barry Scott, taking place at Woolworth on 5th in downtown Nashville.
Guests are invited to join Barry Scott, acclaimed Nashville producer and actor, on a journey through time and imagination, visiting the past, present, and future through a multi-faceted stage performance. After each performance, guests are invited to participate as Barry facilitates civil discourse about each production’s historic theme and its significance today.
December 11 @ 7pm
"Miracle in Rwanda" - The story of Immaculee Ilibagiza
Starring Tamiko Robinson Steele
Woolworth on 5th - New Era Ballroom
221 5th Ave N.
More information: woolworthonfifth.com/thebigidea.
Read more about Woolworth on 5th in the Tennessean.
Woolworth on 5th was once home to a five and dime store and lunch counter, which was a pivotal location in the Civil Rights movement. Woolworth is where US Congressman John Lewis was arrested for the first time during a lunch counter sit-in. Today, Woolworth on 5th honors the history of its past by serving as a welcome table for all.