KARAOKE (9PM-CLOSE STARTING IN JANUARY)
EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT WITH JOHN-PAUL COFFMAN AFTER OUR DINNER SHOW.
STAR NEWS PREVIEW
Onstage in January
by Don Fried
directed by Ella Reischer
(VERY, ahem) ADULT SITUATIONS.
PARENTAL DISCRETION ADVISED.
Jan 19-Feb 17, 2018
Fri & Sat nights at 7pm with special dinner show on Feb. 14
Tickets $18-$42 with discounts for seniors, students, military and groups. Add $10 for special Valentine's Dinner show.
ABOUT THE SHOW
We open our 2018 season with “five funny, touching and slightly naughty (one-act) plays about people in their golden years.” In “The Code,” two seniors meet for a blind date while “First Love” has a former couple reconnecting after 60 years. Written by Brunswick County resident, Don Fried. Special Valentine's dinner show on February 14.
Jan 21-Twelfth Night
Monthly on Sundays from 12-2pm.
$20. ($8 Reading Only). Reserved seating.
Monthly Sunday Brunch featuring a greatly abridged reading of one of Shakespeare's classic plays.
Brunch & dessert with choice of entrée included in your ticket.
Drinks and gratuity not included.
Portion of proceeds donated to Shakespearean educational outreach programs.
WECT First Act Segment
"Shakespeare Brunch-As You Like It"
Main Course (Choose one)
Ham & Cheese Frittata (baked Omelet) with Breakfast Potatoes & a side of Fruit
Scrambled Egg Platter Bacon, Breakfast Potatoes & a side of Fruit
Toast Apple-Cinnamon Pancake Casserole served with warm Syrup, Bacon & a side of Fruit
English Chicken Pie in a White Sauce, with roasted Veggies & a side of Fruit
Dessert of the Day
JAN 21: Twelfth Night
FEB 18: Othello
MAR 18: Taming of the Shrew
APR 22: Hamlet
MAY 20: Two Gentleman of Verona
JUN 17: The Tempest
by Conor McPherson
directed by Phill Antonino
Feb 23-Mar 24, 2018
Fri & Sat at 7pm. Seating begins at 6pm. Complimentary Valet Parking.
Tickets $18-$42 with discounts for seniors, students, military and groups.
ABOUT THE SHOW: In a small bar called The Weir in a rural town in Ireland, three local men are settling down for the night, enjoying good beer and company. Their normal routine is shaken up when their friend Finland enters the bar and introduces them to Valerie, an attractive woman from Dublin who has just moved into an old haunted house in the town. As the night (and the amount of liquor) progresses, each local from the bar starts to tell a tale of ghostly happenings in the town. What starts as innocent braggadocio between the men turns into a real fright when Valerie reveals a real, haunted tale of her own from the past. Examining chances of missed opportunity and the loneliness that results in it, The Weir is a haunting play with its roots in Irish folklore.
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