This is a very nice theater company and the facility is top notch. You are really seated very close to the action. Arrive at least twenty minutes early to be able to get the seating you prefer. Can't recommend Arsenic and Old Lace though. The play was probably funnier in the 1930's and all the actors were overly loud so it didn't feel real.
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