This profile was last updated on //
Is this you? Claim your profile.
Roane State Community College
276 Patton Lane
The Roane Choral Society is a non-profit organization governed by a Board of directors elected from both the chorus and the local community. Funding for our season comes from individual and corporate contributions. The Board and choral members work dilige
Find other employees at this company (474)
(5 Total References)
WYSH AM 1380 Clinton, Tennessee
www.wyshradio.com, 22 May 2014 [cached]
Roane State Community College professor Bruce Borin went into cardiac arrest and collapsed shortly after he dismissed class last Tuesday night.
is out of Methodist Medical Center
in Oak Ridge and recovering at home
There Henri (Bruce Borin), Gustave (Greg ...
www.metropulse.com, 18 Jan 2012 [cached]
There Henri (Bruce Borin), Gustave (Greg Congleton), and Philippe (Robby Griffith), veterans of the Great War whose knowledge of each other is mainly cordial, sit on benches in the late summer, 41 years after the war, and contemplate their lives, the cemetery, and, at some considerable distance, a hilltop alive with poplars.
Borin, longtime drama teacher at Roane State, is an underappreciated local treasure.
The Word Players, a company of Christian theatre artists, Knoxville, TN
www.wordplayers.org, 7 Oct 2004 [cached]
Playing Everett, Sam,s father, is Bruce Borin, a veteran Knoxville actor and Associate Professor at Roane State.Audiences will remember him from cable TV,s I-40 Paradise, in which he was a co-star.
Metro Pulse/Backstage/The Lion in Winter
www.metropulse.com, 10 Dec 2004 [cached]
With his white beard grown long upon his chest, actor Bruce Borin embodies King Henry with royal entitlement.His power is unquestionable.He,s not entirely evil or heartless, just a product of his life,s ambitions: to build and grow a kingdom that will live on after his death.Borin,s ability to deliver a line is unsurpassed; he,s simply thrilling and captivating to watch.
The play,s best scenes are between Borin
Strip away their historical baggage,the burdens and duties of royalty,and these are human people; Borin
,s and Devereux,s touching and alive performances make that absolutely clear.
Metro Pulse/Backstage/On Golden Pond
www.metropulse.com, 17 July 2003 [cached]
This has everything to do with actor Bruce Borin. Borin is the crotchety, cynical and morbid Norman Thayer, a former professor who is approaching his 80th birthday.
makes him more than that.He's
adorable, amusing, self-absorbed and vulnerable.He
wife and the verbal games they've been playing during almost 50 years of marriage.What's surprising about On Golden Pond is how Borin's witty retorts and his
facial expressions make even the simplest lines funny.On opening night, the full house in the Black Box Theatre laughed heartily.Norman could be played as a mean old man, but Borin
brings out his curmudgeonly sense of fun.
and Brunner make that union completely real on stage.