SEEN AT THE SCENE – A Gentleman’s Guide To Love & Murder

At the Thrasher-Horne Center, the only thing more beautiful than our shows is our audiences. Last Friday night signaled the return of our Broadway Orange Park series for its third season on our Main Stage. To mark the occasion was the regional premiere of the side-splitting musical farce A Gentleman’s Guide To Love & Murder. It told the story of Monty Navarro and his journey to inherit the vast D’Ysquith fortune… by any means necessary. On hand in our grand lobby mingling and snapping pictures before the curtain went up was Gar-Bear, the cuddly mascot of our season sponsor, Garber Automall. Pick up your tickets today for our upcoming shows at THcenter.org and who knows… you may be the next beautiful person to grace our blog!

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As an added bonus, our Executive Director Denton Yockey announced from the stage the winner of our annual New York City vacation package. It affords one of our season subscribers an all-expense paid trip to the Big Apple along with transportation, Midtown Manhattan accommodations, and tickets to two Tony-nominated Broadway shows. This year’s winner was Paul Hamry, surprised in his seat by Marketing Director Anna Zirbel.

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SEEN AT THE SCENE – 3 Redneck Tenors

At the Thrasher-Horne Center, the only thing more beautiful than our shows is our audiences. If you happened to spot the shopping cart “slay” landing on the Thrasher-Horne roof Sunday afternoon, it was there delivering the 3 Redneck Tenors and their Christmas Spec-tac-yule-ar. These classically trained opera singers (backed by a seriously talented ballerina) brought their southern-fried spectacle to our stage to help us ring in  Clay County Christmas cheer to our neck o’ the woods. The guys delivered a two hour show packed with stunning vocals and side-splitting southern humor that left the audience ginning like a possum eating a sweet potato. Pick up your tickets today for our upcoming shows at THcenter.org and who knows… you may be the next beautiful person to grace our blog!

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SEEN AT THE SCENE – A Garfield Christmas

At the Thrasher-Horne Center, the only thing more beautiful than our shows is our audiences. Last Friday on our Main Stage we had the pleasure of hosting back-to-back performances of A Garfield Christmas, with audiences of the young and the young at heart all decked out in their Christmas best! Garfield, Odie, Jon, Nermal, Pookie, and a cast of holiday guests (including Elfis) taught us the real meaning of the holiday season: appreciating the blessings in your life and not taking your friends and loved ones for granted. And if everyone’s favorite cartoon cat can’t get you into the Christmas spirit, you may want to hibernate through the rest of the year. Pick up your tickets today for our upcoming shows at THcenter.org and who knows… you may be the next beautiful person to grace our blog!

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A CLOSER LOOK – Femmes Of Rock

Some of the most interesting details of a stage production can sometimes only be seen by the people on stage. Here at the Thrasher-Horne, we try our best to give you an inside look at all aspects of our performances. We want you to see all angles of your favorite shows and artists… more than just the view from your seat. If we can get access to it, so should you! It’s with this mentality that we bring you a new regular feature on the blog – A CLOSER LOOK. This will be our opportunity to take you into the spotlights, through the stage door, and into every nook and cranny backstage to show you how your night of entertainment comes to be – from load-in to load-out.

Femmes of Rock took the stage at the Thrasher-Horne on December 1st, 2017, delivering almost two hours of soaring rock music with pounding live drums and scorching electric violin solos. Check out some close-up shots from the performance below. If you were in the audience, you’ll agree – the re-imagining of these classic hits created a powerhouse show that was like nothing our Main Stage has ever seen before!

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For more information or to purchase tickets to our upcoming shows, visit our website at THcenter.org.

SEEN AT THE SCENE – The Martial Artists & Acrobats of China

At the Thrasher-Horne Center, the only thing more beautiful than our shows is our audiences. For The Martial Artists & Acrobats of China, our Main Stage Lobby was transformed into a makeshift dojo, as the good people of Middleburg Martial Arts brought some of their best students to perform a pre-show demonstration on our grand staircase landing! Replete with kicks, chops, kitanas, nunchuks, and even a broken board or two, the students provided the perfect atmosphere, setting the stage for the unbelievable performance that followed. Pick up your tickets today for our upcoming shows at THcenter.org and who knows… you may be the next beautiful person to grace our blog!

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SEEN AT THE SCENE – Femmes Of Rock

At the Thrasher-Horne Center, the only thing more beautiful than our shows is our audiences. Friday evening was a night for rock fans, as the Femmes of Rock brought their powerful Las Vegas stage show to Orange Park! Four gorgeous ladies (backed by drummer Michael Licata) interpreted some of rock’s greatest hits with electric violins and a sea of effects pedals. It was a phenomenal show performed with passion for a phenomenal crowd. Pick up your tickets today for our upcoming shows at THcenter.org and who knows… you may be the next beautiful person to grace our blog!

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A CLOSER LOOK – Shenandoah 30th Anniversary Tour

Some of the most interesting details of a stage production can sometimes only be seen by the people on stage. Here at the Thrasher-Horne, we try our best to give you an inside look at all aspects of our performances. We want you to see all angles of your favorite shows and artists… more than just the view from your seat. If we can get access to it, so should you! It’s with this mentality that we bring you a new regular feature on the blog – A CLOSER LOOK. This will be our opportunity to take you into the spotlights, through the stage door, and into every nook and cranny backstage to show you how your night of entertainment comes to be – from load-in to load-out.

Shenandoah took the stage at the Thrasher-Horne on November 3rd, 2017, a homecoming of sorts for led singer Marty Raybon as well as a stunning retrospective throughout the history and music that makes up their phenomenal career. Check out some close-up shots from the performance below. If you were in the audience, you’ll agree – this was Shenandoah at the top of their game, relishing decade after decade of memories and chart topping hits!

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For more information or to purchase tickets to our upcoming shows, visit our website at THcenter.org.