Rivertime Players are excited to announce our next show Misery by William Goldman, based on the novel by Stephen King. There will only be one weekend of performances March 31 and April 1 at 7 pm, and April 2 at 2 pm. Tickets will be available at the door 30 minutes beore curtain, online ticket sales will begin March 13 at 10 am. Visit the show page for more information.
Steel Magnolias was a big hit as our spring show at The Hangar PAC with a Sold Out performance during a blizzard. For information on the show, click here
Rivertime Players partnered with the City of Parsons, Decatur County Chamber of Commerce, and UT Martin Parsons Center to apply for a Creative Placemaking grant. A press release from the Tennessee Arts Commission on June 16 annouced the award of the grant. The funds will be used to install curtains in our new performance space. Read the press release by clicking here.
Dana Everts-Boehm with the Folklife Program at the Tennessee Arts Commission attended the September 25th performance of The Good, the Bad & the Toby and filed a site visit report on October 22nd. You can read Dana's kind review of our show by clicking here.
Rivertime Players are proud to announce that on Sunday, April 19th, 2015 Shane Bridges was inducted into the Toby Hall of Fame at The Theatre Museum of Repertoire Americana in Mt. Pleasant, IA. The museum is dedicated to tent shows, showboats, chautauquas, and medicine shows. You can read the article in The News Leader by clicking here. Congratulations, Shane!
Rivertime Players promotes the purchase of Tennessee Specialty Arts License Plates. On average 80% of Tennessee Arts Grants are funded by the purchase of Specialty License Plates. For more information about Tennessee Specialty Arts Plates, click on the license plate image.