Frequently Asked Questions
What is the dress code?
Please feel free to wear something comfortable.
At the dinner theatre performances, anything from jeans to a suit is acceptable. Some people like to use the occasion to dress according to the theme, whether it’s a 1920s gangster, 1960s hippie, or a zombie.
For wine and beer tours, shorts during warmer weather is acceptable. We’ve also had guests dressed to fit the murder mystery theme of the tours – from the characters from Clue to Wild West garb. Feel free to go all out if you’d like!
When should we arrive for a show?
Please plan to arrive at least 15-30 minutes before the show is scheduled to begin. This allows you extra time to settle into your seat and possibly purchase a drink before the show begins.
Is the show appropriate for my young children?
All of our shows are considered PG-13. It is up to you as a parent to determine whether it will be suitable for your child.
Our Theatre for Young Audiences shows are primarily targeted towards children ages 3-10.
Can I request a vegetarian meal for a dinner theatre performance?
Most of our caterers are happy to prepare a vegetarian meal for you if given enough time. Please contact us to assist you.
Can I pay for my tickets at the door?
If a show includes a meal, then your tickets must be purchased in advance for catering purposes.
Reservations for mystery adventures must be made in advance so arrangements can be made to accommodate the size of the group at the venues.
Tickets for Theatre for Young Audiences may be purchased at the door although we recommend reserving your seats in advance. This is particularly important for the Christmas shows which takes place indoors with limited seating.
We accept cash, check and credit cards.
Can I get a refund for my tickets if I can’t make the show?
All ticket sales are final.
If you still have questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 571-477-9444. We’ll be happy to assist you.