We went for valentines day and the opening of Mudder. What a disappointment. Stuck in the back corner with no light we couldn't see the table let alone anything happening on the stage. The audio was so distorted we couldn't make out most of what they were saying. The show itself lacked any kind of a plot or story and we kept looking at each other wondering if this was evere going to come together. We thought dinner theatre would bring the show experience to the diners but the only time the actors left the stage was on the last song where they stepped into the first row. Some actors served the diners between acts but not our table. Our server was NOT part of the show, did not provide any character entertainment and just waited our table. The food was good and tasty but not good enough to save this experience. Halifax Feast Dinner Theatre need to get their show off the stage and into the crowds.
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