Hurricane Florence really threw us for a loop when she insisted that we cancel our traditional opening season party in September. We’re trying it again… this time to coincide with the opening night of The Buddy Holly Story. The Board of Governors invites you to meet us just outside of the theatre after the curtain falls on Friday, November 2. Opening night ticket holders can join the cast and crew for a catered reception. You’re sure to enjoy some of our favorite restaurants and their delicious goodies. Our thanks to Tio’s Mexican Cafe, Lizard’s Thicket, Zoës Kitchen, The Local Buzz and The Happy Cafe for their support. And, of course, we could not do it without our friends at Synovus. Come celebrate with a glass of champagne as we toast our 100th!
Dinner and a Show, Anyone?
Be sure to take advantage of one of our fantastic “dinner and a show” opportunities.
McCutchen House ~ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8 ONLY
Start with charcuterie and a chopped house salad. For your entrée, choose between Kansas City strip, grouper fillet or veal cutlets. A glass of wine is included as well as a piece of McCutchen’s signature chocolate walnut pie.
Villa Tronco ~ prior to any evening performance
Your choice of chicken, vegetable, seafood or pasta dish. Includes salad, homemade bread, dessert choice and a glass of Prosecco.
Purchase your tickets for the show (online, in person or via phone) and then call the box office to make your dinner reservation. Or – feel free to make your reservations for Villa or McCutchen ONLINE here.
Arrive at 6:00 PM at Villa Tronco. For McCutchen, you’ll
select a 5:45 PM or 6:00 PM seating. After you eat, come to
Town for the show. Curtain is at 8:00 PM! We’ll hold your tickets at the box office unless you ordered online. Dinner AND a show for $60 per person ~ what a deal! All taxes and gratuity are included.
For both venues: $35/person includes tip, taxes & gratuity; show tickets must be for the same day as dinner; space is limited and menus subject to change.