At the Princess Theatre

Choose a unique costume for Halloween parties and fun, from more than 100 options – all from Valley Theater Company’s costume wardrobe!

Be a can-can girl, the belle of the ball, a flapper, a 60s’ flower child, a gangster, a Highlander, a soldier, a nun or any one of many, many other ideas! Some one-of-a-kind: Elvis, Harvey (a giant rabbit) and others. Costumes for men, women and children.

Prices vary, $10 and up, some accessories are $5 and up.

CASH OR CHECK ONLY.

Rental requires signature of an adult. Full rental payment is required at time of reservation AND a $50 refundable deposit is also required. Cash or check only for rental and deposit. Cleaned costumes must be returned 4 to 7 p.m. on November 8.
Charges will be assessed for lost, damaged or uncleaned costumes or costumes returned late.

Come choose and reserve your costume on any of these dates: October 12, 13, 19, 20 and 26. Pick up your costume on October 26 or 27. ALL COSTUMES MUST BE RETURNED ON NOVEMBER 8. Hours for viewing, reserving, picking up and returning are 4 to 7 p.m. on the specified dates, in the Green Room at the Princess Theatre.

No phone calls, please! Many costumes are one-of-a-kind. You will need to see them and try them for size. Thank you!

The Sisterhood of Shred

Prosser’s Nuclear Goat Heads chapter of the Washington Student Cycling League is hosting a FREE screening of the documentary “Sisterhood of Shred” and Q&A with the film’s director, Meg Valiant, on Friday, October 13, 2017.  Doors open 6 pm; Movie starts 6:30 pm; Concessions will be open and available for purchase.

The Sisterhood of Shred is a community of women riders that motivate each other in their daily lives and push their personal limits while supporting each other emotionally, physically, and socially. This film is a full-length documentary which highlights key players involved in the Sisterhood of Shred; from coaches to mothers, supporters to the up-and-coming riders. We follow these riders through events and daily lives to examine what motivates them but more importantly, what draws them to this particular community.

PRINCESS THEATRE HOSTS 9th ANNUAL “ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW”

Trick-or-treat adult style is on the marquee at the Princess Theatre in Prosser once again this Halloween. The theatre will host two showings of Rocky Horror Picture Show on Sat., Oct. 28th at 8 p.m. and midnight.

The cost is $15 per person for admission to the movie, props bag and pre-show parties at 7 and 10:30 pm in the theatre’s adjoining Green Room. The ninth annual parties include music, Halloween treats, a trivia contest, a no-host bar with local wines and microbrews available by the glass, and a “Time Warp Costume Contest” at 7:30 and 11:30 pm.

Rocky Horror Picture Show is not a horror film; it is a rock-musical send-up of old science-fiction and horror films. Originally a stage play, the movie was released in 1975, and has become a cult classic interactive experience.  More information about the movie is at www.rockyhorror.com.

As part of the RHPS experience, attendees are encouraged to dress up in costumes, yell back lines at the movie and act out the film with a bag of props. Due to theatre policy, attendees will not be permitted to bring their own props into the theatre. The $15 ticket includes a props kit with the script, bubbles, newspaper, toast and more.

First-time RHPS attendees are traditionally referred to as “virgins.”  Training/refresher sessions for the interactive portions of the film will begin at 7:45 p.m. and 11:45 p.m.

The Princess Theatre is presenting Rocky Horror Picture Show with the permission of 20th Century Fox. The movie is rated “R.” Those under 17 must be accompanied by an adult.

The Princess Theatre is at 1228 Meade Avenue in Prosser, online at www.ThePrincessTheatre.net, on Facebook at ProsserPrincessTheatre and on Twitter at ProsserPrincess.

Tickets are now available at: https://squareup.com/store/princess-theatre!  

Tickets also available at these outlets:

Rolling Hills Chorus of Sweet Adelines International is proud to present our 2017 show, an original musical titled “The Treble With Travel”. The Chorus will perform at 7:30 pm Friday, November 3 at the Princess Theatre in Prosser.
It’s Carnegie Hall or bust! So many ways to get there and so many hiccups along the way. There is always something to sing about. We will feature several quartets and guest performers in our quest for glory.
 
Seating is open. Tickets are $15 for general admission, $10 for seniors and students, and will be available as of October 1 online at RollingHillschorus.org or at local stores: Adventures Underground in Uptown Richland, Sixth Street Art & Gift Gallery in Prosser, and the Bookworm on Columbia Center Boulevard in Kennewick.
 
Do come and see what kind of treble we might run into on our quest to sing at Carnegie Hall!

 

2017-2018 Season Tickets Available Now!

Private Events 

If you would like to inquire about booking an event at the Princess, please call the Theatre at (509) 786-2180 or email manager@theprincesstheatre.net for information and prices. Please leave a message — we will call you back!