PRINCESS THEATRE - Raising the Curtain: February 2016

Friday, February 19, 2016

You Are Invited To A Special Evening Honoring Jim And Pat Henry

On Thursday evening, March 17th, at 7PM, you are invited to the Princess Theatre to honor Jim and Pat Henry for all they've done for the state of Tennessee and our community.

The program will include other special friends of the Princess, Muse Watson, Bill Landry, and Dr. Eric Littleton.

Proceeds from this event will used to purchase a new digital projector that will greatly enhance the video quality of our movies.

Remaining contributed funds will be used for:
  • Renovation of the rooms above the lobby that can then be used for rehearsals, classrooms, and community meeting rooms.
  • Exterior digital signage to help promote upcoming events.

You are cordially invited and encouraged to attend this event and support the Princess Theatre Foundation in their efforts to improve the Princess Theatre experience.

On stage with our special guest this evening will be schoolchildren from our local schools.  It should be a very entertaining evening.

Here are select pages for the program handout:


 Please make checks payable to:
The Princess Theatre Foundation
c/o Vera Scarbrough
230 Piney Church Road
Oakdale, TN 37829

To donate online, please go here: JIMHENRY.BROWNPAPERTICKETS.COM
For more information contact Vera Scarbrough at verascarbrough85@gmail.com.

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Camelot Lives at the Tennessee Medieval Faire

2016 Faire Seeks Performers at 
the February 20 & 27 Auditions 

Darkhorse Entertainment, LLC invites you to live the legend of Camelot at the second annual Tennessee Medieval Faire.  The festival will come to life on May 14 and run the last three weekends in May, including Memorial Day, in Harriman, TN.


This year’s festival is portraying the historical year of 500 after the fall of the Roman Empire.  During this time of chaos, King Arthur of Britain is creating peace and celebrating his wedding with a spring festival.  Everyone is invited.

Feel transported to a more innocent time of chivalry and gallantry,” said Lars Paulson, President-Manager.  “Escape from everyday life and visit a realm of fun and adventure.

Visitors can cheer on their favorite knight at the live-action jousts, laugh with comedic characters and thrill to warriors’ chess.  Guests can meet King Arthur, Queen Guinevere and Merlin.  People of all ages can enjoy comedy stunt shows and live Celtic music as well as join in English folk dance and games.  High-quality Medieval crafts, food, and beverages (including beer) will be available.

The Grand Opening of the Tennessee Medieval Faire in 2015 hosted 6,000 patrons, 100 participants and 28 vendors.  Now in its second year, the Faire is seeking additional actors and vendors to help it grow.

For those interested participating as street characters, auditions are Saturday, February 20 & 27, from 2-5 pm at 125 Barrie Lane, Kingston, TN.  Auditions consist of performing individual talents and participating in improvisational games.  Experience and costumes are helpful, but not required.  Auditions can also be done online by sending a short video to DarkhorseLLC@comcast.net.

The application deadline is April 1 for those interested in being vendors.  Medieval crafts may include leather, glass, wood, cloth and metal; foods may include turkey legs, gyros, dragon jerky, bread bowl soup, pastries, fruit and desserts.  Vendors must make and sell their own wares, and all work will be juried.  Please visit www.TMFaire.com for applications and guidelines under the vendor tab.

The 2016 Tennessee Medieval Faire will run for seven show days on May 14-15, 21-22, 28-29-30.  Hours are 10am-5pm EDT.  Tickets may be purchased at the gate with cash or credit cards.  

Prices are $16.95 for ages 13 and up, $8.95 for ages 5 to 12, free for ages 4 and under.  

Free parking is included.  

The permanent festival site is located at 550 Fiske Road, Harriman, TN.
  
For more information, please visit www.TMFaire.com or like them on Facebook.

Vendor Application Deadline is April 1

Camelot Lives!

Check out last year's photos:
The Royal Joust
Taso Stavrakis with Hanlon-Lees Action Theater
Photo ©2015 Pamela Morgan — at Texas Renaissance Festival.

Warriors’ Chess Match
(L) “French Duke Francis de Valois” (Thomas Crout)
(R) “English Queen Catherine of Aragon” (Debi Wetherington)
Photo 2015 by Eric Williams Photography – at the Tennessee Medieval Faire

Belly Dancing Stage Entertainment
“Shazia” with Albi Belly Dance of Knoxville
Photo 2015 by Eric Williams Photography – at the Tennessee Medieval Faire

The 2015 Faire as shot by Paul Mashburn -  

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Movie Night - "The Lion"

This Saturday - Feb. 20th at 7pm

Monday, February 15, 2016

Tennessee Medieval Faire - Open Auditions

Tennessee Medieval Faire open auditions for street characters -- Saturday 2/20 &/or 2/27 from 2-5p at 125 Barrie Ln, Kingston, TN. No acting experience or costume are necessary to audition, but outgoing and athletic abilities are helpful. To audition, be prepared to share your talents -- tell a story, sing a song, play an instrument, play acting games... (Minors must be accompanied by an adult and all must sign a release form). 
To follow the TN Medieval Faire, please like us on FB and visit our website: TMFAIRE.com.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Princess Theatre Voted #3 out of 11 Theaters In Tennessee!

Meghan Kraft, of "Only In Our State", picked the top 11 theaters in the state of Tennessee that offer unique venue experiences, and our Princess Theatre was number three in that list.  Thanks Meghan...we love our Princess too!
There’s something beautiful and fascinating about a historic theater. Whether it’s the gorgeous exterior design or architecture, the history, magnificent seasons of performers that filter through, you need to know EXACTLY where to go when it comes to Tennessee. We’ve found a great group for you, too! 

Check them all out by CLICKING HERE!

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

The Lion - At The Princess February 20th!

The date has been set for the premier of The Lion will be February 20, 2016 at 7PM at The Princess Theater in Harriman, Tennessee. 

Tickets are $10 and they only take cash at the door. 

We will have a photographer on hand as well as a table to order DVDs of The Lion, buy DVDs of Fat Boys and sign up for auditions for the upcoming film "Whom Shall I Send". 

The edit has been difficult and there have been so many trials along the way while making this film, but God has blessed me with the experience and I am looking forward to sharing the result of our hard work. 

Bring your family and friends and join us February 20 for the premier of The Lion.


Mission Worx Films is an East Tennessee independent Christian film company located in beautiful Knoxville, Tennessee.  Our purpose is to make quality Christian independent films that honor God, change lives and highlight the beauty and talent found in East Tennessee.

HERE'S THE PRINCESS SCHEDULE THROUGH MAY!

Movie Night - Selma
Friday, February 19, 2016
7 pm
Free to Public
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Farewell to Downton
Watch the final episode of Downton Abbey and attend the auction afterwards to benefit scholarships for Roane County Middle College students.  There will be irresistible refreshments and entertainment by RSCC Celebration Singers and Jazz Band.
Saturday, March 12, 2016
2 pm
Tickets: $15 per person or $25 per couple (regular seating); $30 or $50 per couple (VIP Seating)
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Movie Night - Titanic
(includes a presentation by C. Casey Cobb on "The Cult of Domesticity")
Friday, March 25, 2016
7 pm
Free to Public
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Movie Night - Quigley Down Under
Friday, April 15, 2016

7 pm
Free to Public
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Combined Solo Class Final Recital
Sunday, May 1, 2016

3 pm
Free to the public
RSCC music students from multiple campuses combine to perform a program of solo and small ensemble selections.
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Movie Night - Toy Story
Friday, May 20, 2016

7 pm
Free to Public
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