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Tis the Season

Roxy Regional TheatreWe have officially left the battles of the French Revolution and the Roxy Regional Theatre stage has begun its transformation to the snow filled village of “A Christmas Carol.” Rehearsals for this annual holiday production are well under way and Scrooge will make his entrance in good fashion the day after Thanksgiving.
Black Friday proves to once again be a busy day of shopping across the country. After scooping up great deals on electronics and visiting your local boutiques, come to the corner of 1st and Franklin Street for the opening performance of “A Christmas Carol.”

A Christmas Carol now playing at the Roxy.
A Christmas Carol now playing at the Roxy.

Back for “A Christmas Carol,” pay-what-you-can-night will be held on Friday, November 25th at 8:00pm.  However, bring a new and unwrapped toy to the theatre in lieu of payment for your ticket.  All the proceeds go to the Q108 annual Toy Drive for the Clarksville community.

This year, let the Roxy Regional Theatre be your one-stop-shopping for the theatre lovers on your list.  We have tickets available for the remainder of our 29th season including “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change,” “The Winter’s Tale,” “Spring Awakening,” “The Wedding Singer,” “Happy Days” and many more.  Also available, to accompany the tickets are the original soundtrack recordings for the upcoming musicals.

Season Ten Packs are a great way to go if you are having trouble deciding which shows and dates to choose.  Give the gift of 10 hows at a discounted price and leave the decision making to the recipient.

Also available this holiday season is our 29th Season Production Poster Book.  All the posters from the 29th season are included in one book.  We are encouraging patrons to bring the book with them to the theatre and have the actors sign it for a full year of signatures at the end of the season.  Poster designs from past graphic designer, Mike Fink, have also been compiled into one book and are available at the theatre.  Both would be great additions to complete the avid theatre goers wishes this holiday.

Who says you have to go to Nashville to shop this holiday season?  Stay local and give the gift of live theatre.  Take advantage of your professional, live theatre, celebrating it’s 29th season and help us continue for the next 29 seasons.

See you at the theatre!

Ryan Bowie
Ryan Bowiehttp://www.roxyregionaltheatre.org/
Ryan Bowie serves the Director of Fundraising and Development at the Roxy Regional Theatre, where he is also a resident company member. After many years as an actor on the road and living out of a suitcase, Ryan left his apartment in New York City and traveled to Clarksville for a contract that only consisted of one show. One show led to two, two led to six and six led to the purchasing of home in Clarksville to become a permanent fixture at the Roxy Regional Theatre. Ryan’s past credits at the Roxy include, Jink in Forever Plaid, The Baker in Into the Woods, Jonathan Harker in Dracula, the Confederate Captain in The Civil War and most recently Uncle Max in The Sound of Music. Ryan was last seen in New York as Hamilton in the New York City premier of Dotty Dot: A New Children’s Musical. Previous to that he was seen at the Maples Repertory Theatre as Freddy Eynsford Hill in My Fair Lady, and Jack Chesney in Charley’s Aunt in their 2009 repertory season. Also at the Maples Repertory Theatre, he was seen as David Tuttle in Sorry! Wrong Chimney!, and Ryan Evans in Disney’s High School Musical. Ryan also took on the Chicago theatre scene staring in the role of Jonas with the Apple Tree Theatre, in their production of The Giver, based off Lois Lowry’s award winning book. He completed his undergraduate work at Frostburg State University with a BA in Music-Vocal Performance and a BA in Theatre-Acting with a minor in French. Throughout his Frostburg career, he had the privilege to be seen on the University Theatre’s main stage. Some of his favorite roles include Joe Hardy in Damn Yankees, John Pace-Seavering in The Violet Hour, Robby the Stockfish in Urinetown, Jack in Into the Woods, Dick in Dames at Sea, and Orpheus in Eurydice. His professional credits continue with the Seagle Music Colony in New York as Bobby in Crazy for You, Matt in The Fantasticks, Billy in Anything Goes, J. Pierpont Finch in How to Succeed in Business and Lt. Cable in South Pacific. He was also seen in the world premiere of Confessions from the Ladies Room, in Cumberland, MD and worked with the West Virginia Public Theatre on their production of Peter Pan.

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