Vinton Shellsburg Middle School and High School students entertained friends and family on Thursday night. Directors Eric Tabaka and Michala Martin directed the choirs. Students from 6th through 12 grade performed several Christmas selections.The 6th Grade Choir was made up of the following students: Jackie Baldridge, Rylee Boggess, Maddison Bunten, Kaylee Cantrell, Libby Condry, Aden Dawson-Fink, Oliviah Doty, Jax Elwick, Taven Embry-Gerard, Katelyn Fleming, Faith Kies, Nakota McDaniel, Addyson McGlothlin, Jenna Rippel, Axel Rodman, Johnathan Rogers, Emersyn Svoboda, Zach Ternus, Jordon Tucker, Lauren Voss, Colby Walker, Kieran Wiest-Clark.
23 children will be performing two shows this weekend at the Vinton Palace Theatre. The shows can be seen on Saturday, December 4 and on Sunday December 5 at 2:00 p.m. Admission is $5 at the door.Below is a list of the cast along with clips from the actors about why they think the play is great. Each clip is very short, and they will make you smile (.
Phil Hague will perform at the United Methodist Church of Garrison. Everyone is welcome to attend and worship with the congregation and enjoy the Christmas Harmonica. The service will begin at 10:00 a.m. on December 5th. The church is located at 103 North Sycamore in Garrison.
Vinton Shellsburg High School students will be performing the musical Sister Act this weekend in the High School Auditorium. The show will be performed on Friday and Saturday evenings beginning at 7:00 p.m. and on Sunday afternoon at 2:00 p.m.Deloris Van Cartier is an aspiring singer in Philadelphia, where she is auditioning to perform at her gangster boyfriend's nightclub.
ACT I would like to thank the community for their support during this past year during the pandemic. As a special treat to the community, the group is presenting Tom Milligan in three different presentations. Milligan performs one-man shows highlighting the lives of three different men. The first and second shows were in September and October. The third and final show will take place at the Palace Theatre on November 14th at 2:00 p.
This weekend is your last chance to catch "No Time to Die" at the Palace! Daniel Craig's James Bond plays in our regular schedule, Friday and Saturday at 2 pm and 7 pm, and Sunday at 7 pm.I've seen it, and it's so good! You'll be out of breath after the opener! The high energy action scenes are amazing, Daniel Craig is stellar as always, and Rami Malek makes an eerily credible villain.
Our first concert of the year, Fall Choral Preview, will include 7th & 8th grade combined choirs, Treble Choir, and Concert Choir. We present this concert as an "informance" - where we will share with our audience some things we've worked hard on already this fall. We will also perform several numbers that are sure to leave you humming and tapping your toes.
"No Time to Die" opens nationwide, and AT THE PALACE, onFriday, October 8. James Bond will play in our regular weekend schedule, Friday and Saturday at 2 pm and 7 pm, and Sunday at 7 pm. Several tickets have already been purchased at vintonpalace.org. Reserve your seats online now or buy at the door! The trailer we've been playing at the Palace for "No Time to Die" announces a release date of February 2020.
ACT I would like to thank the community for their support during this past year during the pandemic. As a special treat to the community, the group will present Tom Milligan in three different presentations. Milligan performs one-man shows highlighting the lives of three different men. The first show was in September. The second show will take place at the Palace Theatre on October 17 and is free to the public.
This weekend, October 1-3, is your last chance to watch what has been touted as Marvel's best yet, "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings," on the Palace big screen! Catch it in our regular weekend shows, Friday and Saturday at 2 pm and 7 pm, and Sunday at 7 pm.Lobby talk from patrons of "Shang-Chi" last week was quite enthusiastic! Several announced they were absolutely coming again.