Note: All performances subject to change. Check website periodically for updated information.
For tickets or information call the phone number listed by each event. Roane State provides the venue for each event but is not necessarily the sponsoring entity.
Friday, May 5, 2017
Saturday, May 6, 2017
Roane County Campus, room O-128
All prospective, incoming, and current RSCC students are invited to audition! Awards apply to Music Department ensembles and vary in size and commitment. Check out www.roanestate.edu/musicdept for links to more details!
Thursday, May 4, 2017, Princess Theatre
The Roane County School System would like to extend a warm invitation for you to attend the annual Midtown Elementary School Talent Show at the Princess Theatre. Categories include various types of art, singing, music, and more. Each year growing larger, this annual event showcases the talents and hard work of our local children under the guidance of Beth Trescher and other teachers at MES. Come join us for family friendly fun and entertainment!
General admission, free to the public
Friday, May 12, 2017, Princess Theatre
Midway High School Drama Club invites you to a one-evening performance of Hypnotized on Friday, May 12, at 7:00 p.m. Written by Murray Austin, this lighthearted comedy features a large cast and showcases the talents of over 25 local students. Directed by Courtney Minton, MHS instructor, the play’s admission is only $5 for adults and $3 for students. All proceeds go to support the development of Midway’s drama club and drama class. Come out for a family friendly evening of lively entertainment and help support the local arts for our Roane County students!
Admission: $5 adults, $3 students
Saturday, May 13, 2017, Princess Theatre
Roane Choral Society will present musical selections in concert, From Stage and Screen, at 7:00 on Saturday, May 13, 2017, at the Princess Theatre in Harriman. As recipients of Roane Choral Society’s grants to school music programs, Midtown Elementary and Bowers Elementary choirs will be featured. Brenda Luggie is the interim direction of the RCS; Slade Trammell is the accompanist. Admission is by donation. For information, see www.roanechoralsociety.org.
Friday, May 19, 2017, Princess Theatre
The RSCC Arts and Lectures Committee invites you to a free movie night at the Princess Theatre! Stagecoach, starring John Wayne, was a feature film from 1939 (not rated). Claire Trevor and Andy Devine are also part of the large cast of 9 mysterious strangers, all facing the threat of peril and danger from Geronimo as they travel on a stagecoach and learn about both themselves and life. Well regarded by critics and average moviegoers alike, Stagecoach earned an amazing profit, topping the list of the most profitable movies ever to that date, as well as cementing the superstar status of John Wayne in Hollywood. With 7 nominations for Oscars and two wins, it is considered one of the most influential movies of all time and placed in the National Film Registry for preservation. Come see a part of history and enjoy a great Western film that still entertains today.
Concessions available: Cash/check only. Various sodas, bottled water, popcorn, and candy.
General admission: Free to the public. Donations not required but gratefully accepted.
IMDB Parent’s Guide: Sex and nudity: none. Sexual references: none. Violence: shootouts with suggestions of injuries but no blood or gore. Profanity: none. Several scenes depict drinking of whiskey. No smoking is depicted. Frightening or intense scenes: none.
Saturday, June 10, 2017, Princess Theatre
Harriman Tourism and the RSCC Arts and Lectures Committee cordially invite you to a free movie night during Cruisin’ on June 10th! American Graffiti (rated PG; 1973) was one of the most popular movies of the 1970’s, portraying the coming-of-age tale of two ordinary high school grads enjoying one last night of fun and irresponsibility before they leave their hometown for college. The vintage 1950’s and 1960’s feeling to the movie leaves indelible images as a huge and talented cast bring to life unforgettable characters and moments that are both humorous and bittersweet. Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, Cindy Williams, Wolfman Jack, Harrison Ford, and Suzanne Somers are only a few of the stars featured. The American Film Institute ranks American Graffiti as one of the top 100 greatest movies of all time, and director George Lucas was given an Oscar nomination for his work writing and directing this film.
Concessions are sold: cash and check only. Bottle water, various sodas, popcorn, and candy.
General admission free to the public. Donations not required but gratefully accepted.
IMDB Parents Guide: Rated PG. Some kissing. One brief physical altercation. One car wreck. Moderate profanity throughout the film. Smoking and alcohol are portrayed. Some brief suggestive content. Questionable for children below the age of 10-12.
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