Fri
Dec 11 2015
12:29 pm

movie

Tue
Nov 18 2014
07:54 pm

The first two movies at the Princess have been scheduled, plus a great Holiday lineup of other entertainment.


"It's A Wonderful Life" and "A Christmas Snow" are coming up on December 12th and 20th.

Click on the blog link for more information.

Thu
Sep 11 2014
09:36 pm

Coming Saturday, September 20th at the Princess:

Mon
Aug 4 2014
12:01 pm

All the acts were great Saturday night, and had most everyone up on their feet!


The Tony Mason Memorial Scholarship fundraiser went off beautifully with lots of money being raised, and folks having a great time.

To see Roane County having fun go to the PRINCESS BLOG and scroll through the photos!

Sun
Jul 21 2013
03:44 pm

I don't think I've seen a Princess Theatre audience enjoy themselves anymore than the one Saturday evening. The Boy's Night Out, featuring C. Vaughn Leslie, and The TAMS rock'n rolled'em up and down the aisles!

Continued...

Tue
Apr 9 2013
10:05 am

Tickets are on sale at Rocky Top General and Harriman Jewelry Exchange, or call 865-882-8867.

Proceeds go to support the Princess Theatre Foundation.

On Friday evening (7PM), December 21st, Dr. Eric Littleton, celebrated pianist, returns to the Princess for "A CELEBRATION OF CHRISTMAS MUSIC".

Continued...

Wed
Oct 24 2012
03:18 pm

Erica Lane has booked our Princess on Dec. 7th at 8:00 PM, for her "The Romance of Christmas" show!

Continued...

On September 1st at 2PM, Mel Clemmons will be hosting Roane County's Entrepreneurial Workshop and Motivational Seminar at the Princess Theatre!

This FREE event will be an action-packed, fun-filled, explosive, inspiring, skill-building event that will motivate you to dream big, achieve more, and provide you with the opportunity to network and learn from other entrepreneurs. There will be featured speakers whose knowledge and background expands across various industries.

That's Saturday, September 1st at the Princess Theatre located at 421 Roane Street, downtown Harriman, Tennessee.

See flyer on Princess blog!

Fri
Jul 13 2012
09:37 am

"Live From The Princess" starts this Saturday at 7! Tickets on sale at the door for only $5!

Continued...

Sat
Jul 7 2012
10:10 am

Over the last few days, actors, directors, producers, and music writers have visited the Princess Theatre, as well as other potential film locations in Harriman.

Torry Martin, actor/comedian/writer, is co-writing a movie to be called "The Christmas Star" that would star our Princess Theatre.

Continued...

Mon
Jun 18 2012
08:02 pm

Four of East Tennessee's best "storytellers" are coming to the Princess Theatre on Saturday, August 11th, at 7PM. So pass the word...they are coming!


The Princess Foundation presents Bill Landry, Sam Venable, Jim Claborn, with Elizabeth Rose - it's the "TALK IS CHEAP" tour! The storytellers will each take the stage and tickle your funny bone with stories from the East Tennessee area.

GO HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION!

Sun
May 27 2012
11:29 am

The ladies went wild from the first moment Dennis Tufano stepped on stage. He may be my age now, but he has been taking better vitamins! He still had his youthful shape and energy, and he put his heart and soul into every song. He was dripping wet from the sweat he worked up entertaining the Princess audience.

Continued...

There’s still time to get tickets and enjoy an evening of live music at the Princess Theatre, Thursday May 24th, 7 PM, in Downtown Harriman!

The entertainment will be a blend of “Golden Age” rock’n roll, blues, and beach music”!

Continued...

I wasn’t the only photographer at the Grand Opening of the Princess Theatre on March the 22nd, as many of you who took a camera probably know. Me, being the principal historical photographer inside the theater, I knew others enjoying the opening that night had cameras, but I also knew I’d probably never get to see most of the photos shot.


Just this week I stumbled upon a series of photos that quickly struck me as being fantastic, and worthy of being documented here as part of the future legacy of the 2012 Princess re-opening. Those shots*, detailed below, were made by a local talented man, most of you know...Jason Mynatt! I really don’t know if I’ve ever met Jason, but I know Ken well, so he has to be a great person!

READ MORE BY CLICKING HERE!

ARE YOU READY FOR SOME MORE PRINCESS MUSIC?

Continued...

Check out a guest post on the Princess blog this week by Corey Reed. It just proves that "the dream" for the Princess Complex is coming true.

Corey is just one of the Roane State Students studying Mass Communications and getting "hands on" experience at the Channel 15 Studio, in Harriman.

Corey tells us why he decided on Mass Communications as a career path.

CLICK HERE!

Thu
Mar 1 2012
11:35 am

A friend asked me the other day about the old drive-in that was where McDonald's is today. It don't seem possible to younger folks that a drive-in theater could possibly fit in the area next to the Exit 347 ramp, but one did back in the 50s!

I followed up by asking Dub Harmon what he remembered, and even though he couldn't remember full names, he could remember much of the timeline.

More history on the Princess blog!

Tue
Feb 28 2012
11:13 am

I was lucky enough to see the Princess in full color last night. Frank Sparkman was testing the lighting system by leaving them on all night last night.


Well, it isn't my best work...I'll do better next time, hopefully, however, she looks beautiful to me!

Expect to see or hear news soon of a Grand Opening in March!

Stay up to date on the Princess Blog...'course I'll post here as well!

Fri
Jan 27 2012
08:47 pm

On February 4th and again on March 3rd, Ruby Tuesday in Harriman, using their "Community GiveBack Program" that supports non-profit organizations, will give 20% of each meal purchased to the Princess Foundation. One-hundred percent of the money collected will be presented to the Foundation.

Customers wanting to participate in this wonderful opportunity to support the Princess Theatre project, must present their waitress with an official Ruby Tuesday flyer.

This flyer can be printed off the Princess Blog. CLICK HERE to be taken to the blog.

I would like to personally thank Ruby Tuesday for their support!

In advance, I also thank you for participating!

Thu
Jan 5 2012
03:36 pm

Ever wonder how the Princess became known as the Princess Theatre? That will be the subject of a WBIR "Why Do They Call It That?" historical segment on this Friday's "Live At 5 At 4" program. Be sure to watch!

For more on the subject, read the PRINCESS BLOG!

Sat
Oct 29 2011
07:24 pm

The Princess Dream is to make the Princess a unique educational tool that will prepare students who are interested in stage, sound, film, television, radio...all of the "media/theatre arts". The Princess, and the Channel 15 studio, will be a hands-on tool students can use as they do class study.

Some of Roane County's young leaders discussed what needs to happen this week.


Read more HERE!

If you would like to volunteer at the Princess, contact Wilma Mullins right away!

Fri
Sep 23 2011
10:26 pm

Torry Martin, Sandy Brownlee, and Denny Brownlee visited the Princess last week. The three, along with Marshal Younger, who will take a tour later, are looking for a “Princess” to star in their next movie called “The Christmas Star”, which centers around a small-town theater, coincidentally named “The Princess”. The group heard about our Princess through Muse Watson, who never misses a chance to spread the Princess gospel wherever he goes.


Read more on the Princess Blog.

Wed
Aug 3 2011
10:51 am

Owen Driskill, Director of Marketing and Public Relations for Roane State Community College, has just announced the appointment of Megan Anderson as the manager of the "new" Princess Theatre!


This is a welcomed milestone in the progression of things to come for the Princess and Roane County.

See the full release on the PRINCESS BLOG!

Tue
May 17 2011
05:10 pm

Vera Scarbrough, Morgan County Educator and Princess Theatre Restoration Committee board member, organized a tour of the Princess Complex for Roane and Morgan County educators, who met at 1PM today in the Channel 15 Studio. The distinguished group listened intently as Harriman Mayor, Chris Mason, Bill Landry, Bill Radice, and architect Frank Sparkman laid out the plan forward for the "Princess Performing Arts, Education, and Conference Center".

Work on the auditorium may be complete by the end of June!

For more on this subject, please click on THIS LINK!

To see a larger version of this video CLICK HERE!

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