C. Robert Jones

 

playwright

​He is a member of ASCAP and 

The Dramatists Guild

​​Jenny Lind Sings Tonight!

writer/historian

 

     As an avid historian of Mars Hill College (now Mars Hill University), C. Robert directs The Memories Collection, an oral history project of the Towards 2056 Committee. (2056 will be the 200th anniversary of the University.)  


     This is an on-going series of video interviews of people who’ve had significant involvement with the University over the past seventy years. The interviews provide a rich living tapestry of life at the University. The Memories Collection is housed in the Liston B. Ramsey Center for Regional Studies located on the first floor of Renfro Library.


      Click on the link below to see a complete list of the available interviews.

    

composer

 
C. Robert has also composed more than 100 songs, including the music for 8 full-length musicals and two shorter musicals for children.

Sunday, September 18th at 3:00. FreeAdmission

​First Congregational UCC, 20 Oak Street, Asheville, NC

Coming Soon:  The First Reading of

 C. Robert Jones is the author of fifty plays, a four-volume series of stories for children, two major narrative works of fiction, and his personal memoirs,

I Like It Here! Adventures in the Wild and Wonderful World of Theatre (Pisgah Press). 

Introducing modern audiences to the captivating "Swedish Nightingale" as portrayed by Asheville's own Amanda Horton, accompanied by pianist Vance Reese