If you have not checked out Studio Tenn’s incredible lineup of female-focused shows for this season, please do! August 16 is right around the corner and tickets are still available for the kick off of Studio Tenn’s 10th anniversary.  The hit musical, “Mamma Mia!” will run at Jamison Theater in the Factory at Franklin from Aug. 16 through Sept. 8.

Other shows this season include Cinderella and Steel Magnolias.

“Mamma Mia!” will feature several Broadway alums, music industry professionals and local college students.

“Mamma Mia!” tells the heartwarming story of a young woman’s search for her birth father. The powerful mother-daughter duo of Donna and Sophie will be portrayed by Erica Aubrey and Emily Urbanski, respectively. The two women already share a real-life connection, as Aubrey is Urbanski’s vocal instructor at Belmont University.

“It feels surreal to be taking the stage alongside Mrs. Erica, and I am so thankful for her guidance every day,” Urbanski said. “Performing in ‘Mamma Mia!’ together is such an incredible learning opportunity that goes beyond the work in our lessons, and I am humbled to be a part of this experience.”

Urbanski is not the only character with whom Aubrey shares a relationship outside of the show. The musical theatre instructor is also cast alongside Miles Aubrey, her real-life husband who plays Sam, Donna’s love interest.  Miles Aubrey is a Broadway veteran and longtime touring musician, and he is currently the music director and lead guitarist for six-time Grammy nominee Brandy Clark.

For tickets to the show, click here or call (615) 541-8200.

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