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Our first time to the Theater, but we really enjoyed it. An intimate venue. Well taken care of and wonderful staff to make the live music (which is already so much fun) an even better experience. Highly recommend it.
Walking back we spotted this great little theatre showing the greatest love a Whitney Huston tribute WOW what a show the lady on the ticket desk sold us fantastic table seats in the upper level with a brilliant view we checked and this place is...More
We have seen two shows at this theater. There are no bad seats. We just returned from Patty Smythe and Scandal. We sat in the balcony. Your own private bar and bathroom. Easy for us to drive down as we live in SE FL. Gives...More
Saw the Outlaws last night! Put on an awesome show. Can’t say enough good things about this venue!! Jen, our waitress was amazing! Kept our drinks flowing the whole show and remembered names. Not a bad seat in the house and the sound was incredible...More
My wife, aged 56 and sober as a church mouse, was in EXTREME need of a restroom. She was denied this courtesy by the two women working there. No class. I urge others to avoid patronizing such thoughtless jerks.
I've seen several shows here. There are no bad seats since the theatre only holds about 250 people. They bring in excellent talents for a fraction of what you'd pay at a stadium show. Sit in comfort at a table for four and enjoy a...More
This is a small venue which seats you at rectangular tables for eight. Seats are small and rows are very close together. If you don't choose the right seats, you may end up sitting next to your partner and across from a stranger.
When ordering on line, (directly through the theater and not through a ticketing agency) you will be charged a $7.00 per ticket fee. Hard to justify when the box office is only open at 5:30 performance evenings.
Very intimate venue - we were seated at our side long table (about a foot wide), and had to wait 15 minutes before we were greeted and could order a beer. That was a bit frustrating, but service after that was very good. We saw...More
The setting is very old style cabaret, with tables and chairs and a bar that is open before the show and during intermission. We saw 132 Miles fro Wal-Mart, a collection of 13 original vignettes performed by local talent. It was not Hamilton, but it...More