Last ‘Young Frankenstein’ dinner theater take place in Eagle
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What: “Young Frankenstein — The Musical,” a dinner theater presented by The Porchlight Players.
When: Friday and Saturday. The doors open at 5:45 p.m., dinner starts at 6 p.m. and the curtain is at 7 p.m.
Where: Brush Creek Pavilion in Eagle.
Cost: $50 per person and includes dinner.
More information: Visit www.porchlightplayers.com for more information
EAGLE — Porchlight Players’ dinner and a show this year is none other than the Mel Brooks classic “Young Frankenstein.” This hilarious musical is as touching as it is campy, and Ann Olin’s wonderful cast keeps you laughing until the very end.
Frightfully Fun Performance
Leads Frederick (Lance Schober), Inga (Kamille McKinney) and Igor (Scott Winnegrad) deliver powerful, professional performances that seem to jump straight off the black and white screen. The show’s humor erupts in side-splitting moments from the scary Frau Blucher (Nancy Lorenzi), the prissy fiancee (Trish Schultheis), the comically stringent Inspector Kemp (Paul Witt) and an ensemble of strong voices that deliver the slapstick nostalgia of this frightfully fun theater experience. A production of this caliber would be a shame to miss, and you’ll be mighty glad that you came.
The dinner theater show takes place at Brush Creek Pavilion in Eagle today and Saturday. The doors open at 5:45 p.m., dinner starts at 6 p.m. and the curtain is at 7 p.m.
Please purchase tickets online at http://www.porchlightplayers.com. With the purchase of your $50 ticket, you get dinner, catered by Fork Art Catering, three drinks and live entertainment.
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