42nd Street, playing at the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse

42nd Street, playing at the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse. One of our own is playing in the cast, Rose Hughes! She is going to give her personal touch to our dinner enjoyment!

I need to have a good RSVP on this event page by the End of the day April 10th (Next Monday).

RSVP here or email us: https://www.facebook.com/events/130294254173879/

42nd Street, playing at the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse. One of our own is playing in the cast, Rose Hughes! She is going to give her personal touch to our dinner enjoyment!

For those that have not been to a dinner show, they are great. You get great food, and great entertainment. Dinner, non-alcoholic drinks and gratuity are included in the price. You can add desert, appetizers alcohol, and more gratuity for an additional cost… completely optional.

We are getting a special deal, and the prices are $54.50 Adult ( $40 for 12-18yr old’s, and $30 for 5-11yr old’s)

I need to have a good RSVP on this event page by the End of the day April 10th (Next Monday). I have a block of seats reserved but I have to release them on the 11th.

MiniCOW has to pay the box office, so we will have to have payment upfront. Here is the link to pay for your ticket: https://paypal.me/jbat

They have requested that we will need to arrive at 11:45 or before so we can all go in about the same time.

We can do a bit of a drive in the morning before we get there, so meeting place and route TBA.

42nd Street is the quintessential backstage musical comedy classic, 42nd Street is a song and dance fable of Broadway with an American Dream story that includes some of the greatest songs ever written, such as “We’re In The Money”, “Lullaby of Broadway”, “Shuffle Off To Buffalo”, “I Only Have Eyes For You” and
of course “42nd Street”. Peggy Sawyer, a chorus girl from Allentown, PA, steps into the starring role to save the show when its star breaks her leg, in this stage adaptation of the classic 1933 film musical full of huge song and dance numbers that are as brassy and bold as Broadway itself. Music by Harry Warren.
Lyrics by Al Dubin

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