We went about a week ago to see the play, The King and I. We had never been to this dinner theatre, so we weren't sure wht to expect.
The building is located in Oregon Ridge park. There are signs directing where to go when you are driving in.
Doors opened at 6:00, which was when we arrived. We probably could have came closer to 6:30 or 7:00. The food was okay, not terrible. They had roast beef, fish, chicken and vegetables. We were also served a salad. Some pies and cookies for dessert. All the food tasted like it was frozen or from a can, but we were there more for the play anyway.
Drinks were not included, so we had water. They did serve beer, wine and soda, not sure about the prices.
About the play... We really enjoyed the performance. The actors were great and enthusiastic. Afterwards they walked around shaking hands and talking with the audience. It is sort of a theatre in the round, maybe a theatre in the horseshoe. All seats had a good view and were close to thestage and the action of the play.
Overall it was pretty good and we will probably go back. The food and ambiance at Tobys in Columbia is a little better, but they are more expensive.
Also be prepared your tip your waiter/actor 15% of your drinks and ticket.
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