Having visited this locations when it was known as the Broadway Palm Theater it is hard not to compare. We recently saw the Les Miserables A Revolutionary Comedy. The inside has been remodeled somewhat to reflect more of a Western Theme. The gift shop sadly, is gone. The seating is good and there is not a bad seat in the house. Gone is the buffet style dinner and in it's place is a simplified menu that you may order from. From Pizza, burgers and wraps. The food is okay for the limited menu. I enjoyed the wrap that I ordered. The service that we received was a bit lacking. Drink refill request was not filled and the change due back to us after paying the bill was not returned. We had to make a special request. The show was just okay. They manage to incorporate songs about buying food from their menu and buying season tickets. There was a big push for visiting the box office to purchase season tickets. They did a selection of country music songs after the main show. That was more enjoyable then the main show. There were some individual actors/singers that were quite good. I may give them another chance and try to see a different show. Would appeal more to an older crowd.
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