Events Calendar

  1. Walk to Freedom: The Mary Draper Ingles Story »

    Sunday, July 30

    4:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

    “The Long Way Home” was designated as the official historical outdoor drama of the Commonwealth, and was held annually in Radford, VA from 1971-1999. The play told the story of Mary Draper Ingles’ capture, life among the Native Americans, and her eventual escape and journey over hundreds of miles through Appalachia to return to her home in the New River Valley. On the last Sunday of every month this summer in the sunken garden at Nesselrod Bed and Breakfast this story will be retold as a historical outdoor drama titled “Walk to Freedom: The Mary Draper Ingles Story.” The Radford University Department of Theatre is very active with this production. Dinner theater tickets will provide patrons with reserved seats at the front of the amphitheater and dinner before the performance. A limited amount of dinner tickets will be available for $45 so please purchase these in advance. General admission tickets are also available for $10 and guests are asked to bring their own chairs. Dinner theatre or general admission tickets are available at Radford Drug, 243 W. Main Street in Radford and they accept cash or checks. For credit card sales, please visit the link on the Nesselrod website, http://www.nesselrod.com/.
  2. Walk to Freedom: The Mary Draper Ingles Story »

    Sunday, August 27

    4:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

    “The Long Way Home” was designated as the official historical outdoor drama of the Commonwealth, and was held annually in Radford, VA from 1971-1999. The play told the story of Mary Draper Ingles’ capture, life among the Native Americans, and her eventual escape and journey over hundreds of miles through Appalachia to return to her home in the New River Valley. On the last Sunday of every month this summer in the sunken garden at Nesselrod Bed and Breakfast this story will be retold as a historical outdoor drama titled “Walk to Freedom: The Mary Draper Ingles Story.” The Radford University Department of Theatre is very active with this production. Dinner theater tickets will provide patrons with reserved seats at the front of the amphitheater and dinner before the performance. A limited amount of dinner tickets will be available for $45 so please purchase these in advance. General admission tickets are also available for $10 and guests are asked to bring their own chairs. Dinner theatre or general admission tickets are available at Radford Drug, 243 W. Main Street in Radford and they accept cash or checks. For credit card sales, please visit the link on the Nesselrod website, http://www.nesselrod.com/.
  3. Walk to Freedom: The Mary Draper Ingles Story »

    Sunday, September 24

    4:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

    “The Long Way Home” was designated as the official historical outdoor drama of the Commonwealth, and was held annually in Radford, VA from 1971-1999. The play told the story of Mary Draper Ingles’ capture, life among the Native Americans, and her eventual escape and journey over hundreds of miles through Appalachia to return to her home in the New River Valley. On the last Sunday of every month this summer in the sunken garden at Nesselrod Bed and Breakfast this story will be retold as a historical outdoor drama titled “Walk to Freedom: The Mary Draper Ingles Story.” The Radford University Department of Theatre is very active with this production. Dinner theater tickets will provide patrons with reserved seats at the front of the amphitheater and dinner before the performance. A limited amount of dinner tickets will be available for $45 so please purchase these in advance. General admission tickets are also available for $10 and guests are asked to bring their own chairs. Dinner theatre or general admission tickets are available at Radford Drug, 243 W. Main Street in Radford and they accept cash or checks. For credit card sales, please visit the link on the Nesselrod website, http://www.nesselrod.com/.
  4. Crimes Of The Heart  »

    Tuesday, October 3

    7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. @ Pridemore Playhouse

    By Beth Henley. “Crimes of the Heart” is playwright Beth Henley’s homage to her roots. The three Magrath Sisters, trapped in their small Mississippi town, wrestle with the lies and hurts of the past as they face some super-sized troubles together. Henley’s unique blend of Southern Gothic and screwball comedy is at its finest in this 1981 Pulitzer Prize winner. General Admission: $10; RU Faculty/Staff, Senior Discount (55+), and Group Rates (10+): $6; RU Student w/ID: Free. Tickets for the Pridemore productions are available at rutheatretickets.com or the week prior to the event at the Porterfield Box Office or by calling 540-831-5289. Box Office is open from noon to 6 p.m. one week prior to opening.
  5. Fall Dance Fest »

    Thursday, October 5

    7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. @ Bondurant Auditorium, Preston Hall

    The Radford University School of Dance & Theatre presents a concert of dance as part of the university’s family weekend. The concert will incorporate a wide spectrum of movement styles featuring original choreography by the Department of Dance’s faculty. Spend the evening with us enjoying innovative choreography highlighting a variety of dance genres including Modern Dance, Classical Ballet and Jazz.  General Admission: $7, Children: $3.50, RU Student/Faculty/Staff: w/RU ID: Free. Tickets for all other events above are available two weeks prior to the event online at radfordactivites.com or at the Hurlburt Hall Information Desk (540-831-5420).
  6. Crimes Of The Heart »

    Thursday, October 5

    7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. @ Pridemore Playhouse

    By Beth Henley. “Crimes of the Heart” is playwright Beth Henley’s homage to her roots. The three Magrath Sisters, trapped in their small Mississippi town, wrestle with the lies and hurts of the past as they face some super-sized troubles together. Henley’s unique blend of Southern Gothic and screwball comedy is at its finest in this 1981 Pulitzer Prize winner. General Admission: $10; RU Faculty/Staff, Senior Discount (55+), and Group Rates (10+): $6; RU Student w/ID: Free. Tickets for the Pridemore productions are available at rutheatretickets.com or the week prior to the event at the Porterfield Box Office or by calling 540-831-5289. Box Office is open from noon to 6 p.m. one week prior to opening.
  7. Fall Dance Fest »

    Friday, October 6

    7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. @ Bondurant Auditorium, Preston Hall

    The Radford University School of Dance & Theatre presents a concert of dance as part of the university’s family weekend. The concert will incorporate a wide spectrum of movement styles featuring original choreography by the Department of Dance’s faculty. Spend the evening with us enjoying innovative choreography highlighting a variety of dance genres including Modern Dance, Classical Ballet and Jazz. General Admission: $7, Children: $3.50, RU Student/Faculty/Staff: w/RU ID: Free. Tickets for all other events above are available two weeks prior to the event online at radfordactivites.com or at the Hurlburt Hall Information Desk (540-831-5420).
  8. Crimes Of The Heart »

    Friday, October 6

    7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. @ Pridemore Playhouse

    By Beth Henley. “Crimes of the Heart” is playwright Beth Henley’s homage to her roots. The three Magrath Sisters, trapped in their small Mississippi town, wrestle with the lies and hurts of the past as they face some super-sized troubles together. Henley’s unique blend of Southern Gothic and screwball comedy is at its finest in this 1981 Pulitzer Prize winner. General Admission: $10; RU Faculty/Staff, Senior Discount (55+), and Group Rates (10+): $6; RU Student w/ID: Free. Tickets for the Pridemore productions are available at rutheatretickets.com or the week prior to the event at the Porterfield Box Office or by calling 540-831-5289. Box Office is open from noon to 6 p.m. one week prior to opening.
  9. Fall Dance Fest »

    Saturday, October 7

    1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. @ Bondurant Auditorium, Preston Hall

    The Radford University School of Dance & Theatre presents a concert of dance as part of the university’s family weekend. The concert will incorporate a wide spectrum of movement styles featuring original choreography by the Department of Dance’s faculty. Spend the evening with us enjoying innovative choreography highlighting a variety of dance genres including Modern Dance, Classical Ballet and Jazz. General Admission: $7, Children: $3.50, RU Student/Faculty/Staff: w/RU ID: Free. Tickets for all other events above are available two weeks prior to the event online at radfordactivites.com or at the Hurlburt Hall Information Desk (540-831-5420).
  10. Crimes Of The Heart »

    Saturday, October 7

    7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. @ Pridemore Playhouse

    By Beth Henley. “Crimes of the Heart” is playwright Beth Henley’s homage to her roots. The three Magrath Sisters, trapped in their small Mississippi town, wrestle with the lies and hurts of the past as they face some super-sized troubles together. Henley’s unique blend of Southern Gothic and screwball comedy is at its finest in this 1981 Pulitzer Prize winner. General Admission: $10; RU Faculty/Staff, Senior Discount (55+), and Group Rates (10+): $6; RU Student w/ID: Free. Tickets for the Pridemore productions are available at rutheatretickets.com or the week prior to the event at the Porterfield Box Office or by calling 540-831-5289. Box Office is open from noon to 6 p.m. one week prior to opening.

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