THE MAJESTIC THEATRE ANNOUNCES 2012 DINNER THEATRE SERIES
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
The Majestic Theatre is proud to announce its 2012 Dinner Theatre Series to be held January – May 2012 at the Chateau Function Facility in Downtown Manchester. “We are pleased to share that we will offer five dinner theatre presentations in our 22nd season. After a successful run at The Chateau last year we are once again partnering with them to present all dinner productions there once again.”, said A. Robert Dionne, Artistic Director of The Majestic Theatre. Beginning in January 2012 and concluding in May The Majestic will host dinner theatres as follows: January 27-29 Lost in Yonkers, February 24 – 26 Suitehearts, March 30 – April 1 Tomfoolery, April 27 – 29 An American Millionaire, and May 18 – 20 Puttin’ On The Ritz- The Music of Irving Berlin.
“We have five fantastic shows lined up for our 2012 dinner theatre season and we know patrons will enjoy these comedies, mystery and great music. You can’t beat Neil Simon’s pulitizer prize winning and Tony award-winning play Lost in Yonkers. Suitehearts will bring great laughs as it follows two couples inadvertently booked in the same hotel suite. The hilariously funny and clever music and lyrics of Tom Lehrer is presented in Tomfoolery, we know everyone enjoys a great murder-mysery and An American Millionaire will deliver just that. Our last show of the dinner series is Puttin’ On The Ritz – the amazing music of Irving Berlin – sure to be a crowd pleaser with its classic American music.” shared Dionne.
Dinner Theatre Subscriptions will go on sale on October 1st for just $120 – that’s an incredible savings of $55 dollars. Tickets can be purchased for individual dinner or dessert seatings of each presentation. Please visit www.majestictheatre.net for more information or call 603-669-7469.
Stay tuned for more news from The Majestic as they relocate their offices and non-dinner performances in the months to come, due to their main home on Manchester’s West Side being forced to close for costly upgrades.