Summer Suppers

moonshine and macbeth in historic cumberland gap

Saturday, July 1, 2017 | 4:00 PM
80 Guests | $80 per person
cumberland gap | 601 colwyn street
Date & Time Saturday July 1st 2017 4:00 pm – 12:48 pm
cumberland gap
601 colwyn street

Sorry, the bus has SOLD OUT.


In the fall of 1861, Abraham Lincoln privately outlined a campaign to liberate Union loyalists in East Tennessee by seizing the Cumberland Gap, a key passage through the Appalachian Mountains on the Tennessee-Kentucky border. These residents in the heart of Appalachia had established a distinctive culture of food, drink, music, art and storytelling. That culture and its Scotch-Irish roots are reflected today in the Appalachian Shakespeare Project, which adapts the classic works of William Shakespeare to an Appalachian setting. Meet Abraham Lincoln and hear his story while experiencing the majestic beauty of the Cumberland Mountains. Explore the historic town of Cumberland Gap, partake in a moonshine tasting and local art exhibit, and enjoy a delicious Appalachia- inspired dinner. Tap your feet to mountain music and top it all off with a full theatrical production of Macbeth translated for “American mountain ears.”


Moonshine Tasting, Wine & Beer

Appalachian Wild Game Appetizers

Dandelion Green Salad with Sorghum Vinaigrette & Cracklin Bread Croutons

Roast Pork Loin with Moonshine Blackberry Gastrique

Corn Souffle & Claiborne County Cassoulet

Fried Green Tomatoes with Julienne of Country Ham & Red Eye Gravy Accent

The Gap Green Beans & Sauteed Collards

Corn Bread & Biscuits

Green Tomato Pie & Summer Fruit Cobbler


Lydia Birk & Michael Toomey
Christy & Scott Brooks
Betty Bullen
Mary Chappell Crabtree
Melissa Crabtree
Sara Goodman
Julie Graham
Mary Lou Henry
Steven Hinkle & Todd Morgan
Sharon Kreis
Mickey Mallonee
Carroll McMahan
Gerry Myers
Ronnie Mincey
Olivia Robbins
Ray Smith

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