Monticello Opera House
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|DINNERS AT MOH SHOWS: Many of our events have pre-show dinners. Dinners include salad, main course, side dishes and a dessert. Cash Bar with a full array of beers wine and specialty drinks is also standard when dinner is offered. See our MOH Lounge section for more information. Special Dietary needs for pre-show dinners may be accommodated when requested in advance including Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten-Free, food-allergies and others. Dinner reservations are closed two days (48 hours) before the show. Limited dinner reservations may be available on day of show but please call to check first. Day of show online sales are closed.|
PAPERLESS TICKET SYSTEM! MOH GOES GREEN
THE OPERA HOUSE STAGE COMPANY PRESENTS
MURDER MYSTERY DINNER THEATER
Virginia Jones & the Inca Revenge
By David Landau
MAY 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28 & June 3,4 - 2016
Dinner & Show at 7:00 pm
DINNER PROVIDED BY CARRIE ANN & CO.
Hearty Beef Stew
-special meal arrangements may be made for specific diets. Please call the Opera House to arrange.-
Your ticket to “Virginia Jones,” this year's murder mystery, doubles as your passport to Peru, 1931. The occasion is a celebratory dinner, and it celebrates the rescue and survival of some of the members of an archeological expedition to the high mountains of Peru. As guests, you and your friends will be either survivors of the expedition or members of the brave rescue team. A mysterious avalanche has taken some lives. Poison and a dagger take others. Is it the revenge of the ancient Incas, or is foul play afoot?
The audience will help crack the case! If you are the best detective of the night you might even win tickets to next year's show!
Dinner and drinks will be served in the Blue Iguana Café, a remote dive which doubles as a trading post for the local tribes. Scenes of the show alternate with courses of dinner.
Fortunately, dinner will be prepared by Carrie Ann & Co., rather than The Blue Iguana.
The cast is composed of Stage Co. regulars. Virginia Jones, cousin to Indiana, is Amanda Street. Her love interest, Professor Marcus, is played by Mickey Clickner. Margaretta, Virginia’s rival, is Stephanie Taylor. Steven Webster is Nigel, owner of the Blue Iguana. The role of Dobbs, Professor Marcus’ assistant is filled by Brannan Salter. Hot blooded Carmen is Lisa Reasoner Hall. The parts of Franz the trail guide, Manuel the guerilla, and the Shaman are done by Jack Williams. Carly Peary is The Ninja, and Jan Williams is “The Sounds of the Night.”
Performances are Friday and Saturday evenings.
The doors open at 6:30, with dinner and the show starting at 7:00.
Audience participation is NOT required. Some audience members may be tapped to participate on stage but you will have a choice.
VIP TICKETS -- provide priority seating and a meet & greet with the cast after the show!
Reservations are needed.
For more information, or to make reservations, go to monticellooperahouse.org or call 997-4242.
MONTICELLO ACTING AND DANCE COMPANY
THE TALE OF PETER RABBIT
(AND BENJAMIN BUNNY)
Book Adapted by R. Eugene Jackson
Music by David Ellis
Directed and Choreographed by Melanie Mays
Monticello Acting & Dance Co. Production
Friday evening - 7:00 pm show - June 17th
Saturday matinee June 18th 11:30 am show starts 2016
Prices are $10 for adults and
$5 for kids 12 and under
Special Summer Camp matinees June 15, 17, 21 2016 at 10:30 am
Summer Camp shows are open to the public with limited seating please call for tickets.
Peter Rabbit is following the advice of his tummy and his cousin, Benjamin Bunny instead of listening to his mother. Everyone knows to stay out of Mr. McGregor’s garden. But Peter and Benjamin still venture into a world filled with excitement, adventure, and scrumptious vegetables! This show will keep you hopping! This is family entertainment at its best, featuring local Monticello children as the performers.
This popular show is held during the 66th Annual Watermelon Festival with several public showings as well as special performances for Tallahassee Summer Camps, Jefferson Elementary, and Boys Town.
MOH STANDARD SHOWTIMES (For most shows)
FOR EVENING SHOWS (TYPICALLY FRIDAY OR SATURDAY)
DOORS OPEN AT 6:30 PM FOR DINNER PATRONS
DINNER SERVED AT 7:00 PM
DOORS OPEN FOR SHOW-ONLY PATRONS AT 7:30 PM
SHOW BEGINS AT 8:00 PM
FOR MATINEES (SUNDAY OR SATURDAY)
DOORS OPEN FOR LUNCH PATRONS AT 12:30 PM
LUNCH SERVED AT 1:00 PM
DOORS OPEN FOR SHOW ONLY AT 1:30 PM
SHOW BEGINS AT 2:00 PM
VIP TICKETS PROVIDE PRIORITY SEATING
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