Barry Wallace

Barry Wallace has worked in Knoxville community and professional theatre for over 30 years as a director, music director, actor, and playwright. He is a 1989 graduate of the University of Tennessee with a BA in Theatre. Something Rotten! is his first production with Tennessee Valley Players. He most recently was seen in Theatre Knoxville Downtown's Murder on the Orient Express, and also acted in several online Zoom productions during the pandemic, Turpentine, High Ground, Smite Me and X's and O's. Past directing credits include Wait Until Dark, Night Must Fall, Happy Ending, Hay Fever and It's a Wonderful Life. He has music directed The Fantasticks, The Music Man, Little Shop of Horrors, Chicago, Little Women: The Musical, Peter Pan, Grease, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Into the Woods and many more. His original work, Snallygaster, is part of the New American Folk Theatre's Jubilee production in Chicago, an anthology of stories about Appalachia.

TVP History

Something Rotten!
Brother Jeremiah