Monticello Opera House
|For tickets to any of the following shows|
|At the Monticello Opera House office: 185 W. Washington Street, Monticello, FL 32345|
|Call: 850-997-4242 |
NOTE: TICKETS FOR ANY EVENT HAVING A "SHOW ONLY" OPTION CAN BE PURCHASED AT THE DOOR
Many of our events have pre-show dinners. All Dinners include salad, main course, side dishes and a dessert. Cash Bar is also standard when dinner is offered. Special Dietary needs for pre-show dinners may be accommodated when requested in advance. Dinner reservations are closed two days before the show. |
Phone office at 850-997-4242 or email Office@MonticelloOperaHouse.org to arrange.
Monticello Opera House
Friday, October 31, 2014
Doors open at 7:00 pm
$18 admission includes one (1) beer and appetizers!
$30 per couple with two (2) beers and appetizers!
Members of MOH - $15 per person /$25 per couple
After 9:00 pm admission for drinks only is $9 with one free drink!
Craft Beers from Growler Country in Tallahassee, Florida
Seasonal Beers from Sam Adams Sierra Nevada and Blue Moon! Pumpkin Ale!
Full Bar including Wine and Spirits (Both Haunted and Distilled)
Live Music with Kim & Sam
The vocal act for this evening will be a lovely due of mellow sounds and easy tunes from the period. Kimberly is a music therapist by trade and has a sweetly soulful melodic tone that complements Sam’s ethereal guitar soundscapes perfectly. The duo has been playing together for many years of harmony.
Kimberly Tomaselli has played bass, guitar, keyboards and oboe for various Tallahassee bands since coming here for a Music degree in 2002. Samuel Lloyd has written and recorded with Young Adult and Curious Animals. He is a regular player in Club Downunder's yearly cover showcase, playing in outfits that have played songs from the Rolling Stones, No Doubt and the Pixies.
Scary B-Movie Double-hearder!
Attack of the Giant Leeches
8:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Attack of the Giant Leeches is a low-budget 1959 science fiction film from American International Pictures, directed by Bernard L. Kowalski and produced by Gene Corman. The screenplay was written by Leo Gordon. It was one of a spate of monster movies produced during the 1950s in response to cold war fears; in the film, a character speculates that the leeches have been mutated to giant size by atomic radiation from nearby Cape Canaveral, set in the Florida Everglades (Source: Wikipedia).
The Brain that Wouldn’t Die
9:00 pm to 10:30
The Brain That Wouldn't Die (also known as The Head That Wouldn't Die) is a 1962 American science-fiction/horror film directed by Joseph Green and written by Green and Rex Carlton. The film was completed in 1959 under the working title The Black Door but was not released until May 3, 1962, when it was renamed. The main plot focuses upon a mad doctor who develops a means to keep human body parts alive. He must eventually use his discovery on someone close to him, and chaos ensues (Source: Wikipedia)
Scott Helmer Concert Tour
AT THE MONTICELLO OPERA HOUSE
BILLY JONAS - FSU OPENING NIGHTS
ARTS EDUCATION PROGRAM
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Phone the office for details 850-997-4242.