PRINCESS THEATRE - Raising the Curtain

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

The Kingdom Heirs - January 19th!

Jan 19, 2017 - 07:00 PM

The Midtown First District Volunteer Firefighters invite you to their annual fundraiser with The Kingdom Heirs, live in concert. The Kingdom Heirs are synonymous with Southern Gospel, with multiple awards and even more faithful fans. Don’t miss out on their unique blend of harmony and numerous chart-topping hits when this East TN favorite comes to The Princess Theatre.

The standard ticket is $20 but there are limited seats for $15.

Contact -- 865-776-7683 or 865-882-3811, or pay at the door!

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Thank You Very Much, Princess Volunteers!

Here are a few of the wonderful volunteers that make going to the Princess Theatre enjoyable. Thanks to everyone for all you do!

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Dr. Littleton's Christmas Concert Always A Hit!

One of the biggest supporters the Princess Theatre has is Dr. Eric J. Littleton and his family!  He enjoys coming to the Princess each Christmas, almost as much as we love having him.  I get several inquiries annually, just before Christmas, asking when is "Littleton" coming? 
He usually comes a couple of weeks earlier, but this year his schedule prevented it from happening until the 23rd!  This may have held attendance down a bit, but it was still one of his best shows to date!  He just keeps getting better!
His technique, or style, of not playing the old classics note-for-note is wonderful.  You can find yourself toe-tapping to a great sound, when suddenly you realize you're rocking along to "Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer"!  "What? I hate that song?"  However, Dr. Littleton makes it sound so good, so new, so enjoyable.  You'll have to come to understand what I mean!  Unfortunately for you, that will have to be next season!
Filling in for Muse Watson this year was our friend Phil Williams, of News Talk WOKI-FM radio.  He did, as he would say, "a marvelous job"!  He read the traditional "Night Before Christmas", and a classic from Paul Harvey the "The Man and the Birds" story.  That one always brings a tear to my eye!

This year he also brought Abbie (Abigail Sinders), who plays reminiscent of some of best Irish fiddle players, and, not surprisingly enough, she is of Irish heritage!  Together they brought a new emotion to the music on stage.
And, of course, it would not be a concert, so grandmother Littleton thinks, unless Caleb Littleton joined his father on stage for a rousing rendition of "Little Drummer Boy"!

Here are more of last Friday's photographs for you to enjoy.  Were you there?



The Tennessee Medieval Faire Crew Visits The Princess During Christmas

The Princess Foundation invited  Barrie and Lars Paulson to the Princess Theatre, last week, for two reasons: to promote the Christmas movie "It's A Wonderful Life", and to promote the Tennessee Medieval Faire that will begin again this coming May 2017, 13-14, 20-21, and 27-28-29. 

There will also be "street character" auditions this February 4th and the 11th, for all those interested in participating and developing their improvisation and acting skills!

Please go to the TMF homepage for further information:

Prior to the classic movie showing, there was a short improv skit on stage.  Here are some photos from the evening...
Father Christmas (a.k.a. Bill Alexander)

Lars and Barrie Paulson

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Dr. Eric Littleton Christmas Concert

Dec 23, 2016 - 07:00 PM

The Princess Theatre Foundation proudly announces their annual Christmas concert featuring Dr. Eric J. Littleton, pianist and performer. His event this year promises to be just as wonderful and entertaining as last year’s. Dr. Littleton’s talent is a must-see and many local fans look forward each year to this special evening listening to beautiful music and interacting with a local gentleman who is both charming and genuine. If you’ve never attended, mark your calendar and make a special effort.

This is a magical evening for the entire family.

Princess Theatre
Dr. Littleton’s Christmas Concert
DECEMBER 23, 2016
7:00 PM

The Babahatchie Band Christmas Concert

Dec 17, 2016 - 07:00 PM

The Princess Theatre Foundation would like to warmly welcome you to their sponsoring of the annual Babahatchie Community Band December Concert! If you’re new to their music, the word “Babahatchie” is a Native American name for the local Emory River in Harriman and means “babbling waters.” The many musicians who participate in the Babahatchie Band are all talented local musical artists who passionately enjoy bringing beautiful music to our community. From popular classics to show tunes to brass band music, their music is beloved by many, year after year.

Please join us!

7 PM
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