Understood to be ancient Israel’s wisest and wealthiest king, Solomon appears in Nashville during a brief holiday from the afterlife, where he has been for roughly the last 3,000 years.
Hear royal reflections on the palace, women, God, country, Temple-building, granted wishes, and beyond. As the writer of the books of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes, he is known for keen observational skills. Also, according to recent decree, he will publicly examine his own famous meaninglessness, submit heretofore lost royal receipts, and clarify errors regarding a prior relationship with the Queen of Sheba.
A one man play. Bongo Java is located at 2007 Belmont Boulevard, Nashville, Tennessee, 37212. The theatre is located through the front door and up the stairs. Parking can typically be found on the sides of Belmont Boulevard or other nearby streets. Please give a few extra minutes to find your way in. As there are multiple events at the theatre per evening, it is important for a sharp 7.00 start time. After the show, several restaurants are immediately nearby – including P.M., Chago, Blvd., and of course the mighty Bongo Java cafe itself.
TICKETS are $10 each (no additional fees) and can be purchased below: