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Dinner Theatre Series

Dinner Theatre performances are presented in Montague Terrace (within the North Charleston Coliseum) at 5001 Coliseum Drive in North Charleston. Check-in and cash-only bar opens at 6:30pm. Doors open at 7:00pm and dinner is served at 7:15pm. Performance begins at 8:00pm. Table numbers are assigned for each program and given to patrons at check-in.

Tickets

Ticket price includes dinner, play, and gratuity. Parking is free. Group discounts are available. Cash, check, and credit cards are accepted. No refunds. To purchase tickets online click here, or contact Pam Smith at (843)740-5847 to order by phone.

Ticket sales close 3 days ahead of performance.

Prices:
$40 for individuals
$36 per person for parties 4+

Dinner

Meals are catered by Centerplate and served buffet style.

2017/18 Dinner Theatre Programs

Plays, menus, and venue are subject to change.

Thursday, December 7, 2017
The Kris Kross: The Night Inspector NoClue Almost Saved Christmas
presented by Black Fedora Comedy Mystery Theatre

A socialite's holiday party hits the skids when her cherished Maltese, Fruitcake, is stolen. All clues point to a certain Jolly Old Soul who’s sure to take the rap — until his old friend Inspector NoClue discovers that invited guests include members of the local chapter of the N.L.A ... Naughty List Anonymous! Featuring roles for volunteer audience actors and pre-show caroling, it’s the night Inspector NoClue almost saved Christmas!

MENU: Ancho chili rubbed tri tip of beef with chimichurri cream sauce, chopped salad, smashed Yukon potatoes, vegetable medley, dinner rolls, and carrot cake

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Thursday, February 22, 2018
Frederick Douglass…No Turning Back 

presented by Actors’ Theatre of South Carolina
in Honor of Black history Month

This one-act show takes place in 1872 in an anti-slavery church in Ohio pastored by Reverend Brewster (Clarence Felder), who invites Douglass (Kyle Taylor) to address his congregation. Douglas recounts his wild journey from being a slave to one of the greatest orators, educators, and reformers in American history. This wonderful play is full of bravery, hope, and song!

MENU: Ricotta, mushroom and spinach stuffed chicken breast with tomoato coulis, garden salad, orzo and rice pilaf, brussels sprouts medley, dinner rolls, and caramel fudge pecan cake

           

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