Monticello Opera House
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PAPERLESS TICKET SYSTEM! MOH GOES GREEN
TELLIN' TALES COMEDY TOUR
FRIDAY APRIL 24TH
NIGHT OF COMEDY WITH JOEY & CHICO (RATED PG)
DOORS OPEN 6:30 PM FOR DINNER -- DINNER SERVED AT 7:00 PM
DOORS OPEN FOR SHOW AT 7:30 PM -- SHOW STARTS AT 8:00 PM
Salad - Apricot Roasted Chicken- Rice Pilaf - Seasonal Veggies - Rolls - Dessert
A natural born entertainer from a small town (Dallas GA), Born with the "Gift of Gab". Quick-witted and making others laugh, he brings his unique style of southern comedy. A former Professional Wrestler for the famous World Championship Wrestling. He went on to be a multi-decorated police officer in the Atlanta area. He discovered the art of comedy and realized that it was his natural God-given talent and calling. Retiring from the police department he and his family built their own touring three ring circus that tours the U.S. and performs approximately 700 shows each year. His story was chronicled in the award-winning feature movie GreasePaint. Joey along with his family are the stars of the new hit reality show "Funny Business". A natural born story teller of "True Life" stories he brings audiences to tears of laughter. Joey's stories combined with his Southern Charm captures his audience and leaves them laughing and inspired.
A Kentucky born "Good 'Ole Boy" Chico brings his very own style and brand of country humor from "Real-Life" events. Chico has a natural love of training horses instilled in him . By the time he was 17, he had landed in prison serving real "hard time". Upon release, he met his wife and began to turn his life around. Working in a sawmill and machine shop Chico met a moonshiner that was trying to turn "legal" in 2012 and learned the art of making Southern Moonshine. Chico's natural comedic abilities and desire to make others smile and laugh have been his natural calling card through times good and bad! A regular on Discovery Channel's Moonshiners program, Chico has gone from a little known country boy to a world-wide personality. Caring and outgoing, Chico's ability to bring out the laughter is loved by literally millions of fans.
Southern Music Rising Music Festival
at the Monticello Opera House
Saturday, April 25th
Day festival with 2 stages and multiple music acts—$15 Daytime pass
10:00 am to 5:00 pm (10:00 am kids show)
Food available from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
SARAH MAC, WILD PONIES AND GATORBONE
6:00 PM TO 10:00 PM
$30—Buffet and show / $15—NIGHT show only
Doors open 5:30 pm—Food served at 6:00 pm—
Concert starts at 7:00 pm
$20 pass for all shows (show only)
Food from Carrie Ann & Co.
Dinner Buffet Menu
Salad - Chicken and Sausage Gumbo - Red Beans - Rice - Crusty Bread
Served from 6 pm until 7 pm.
Southern Music Rising Rocks the House
The Southern Music Rising Festival will rock the Monticello Opera House all day on April 25, starting at 10 a.m.
This event will include the musical talents of over a dozen homegrown bands, the culinary talents of local restaurants, and the hospitality of the Monticello Opera House. There will be two stages during the day: this party will spill from the upstairs theatre into the banquet hall and out into the gardens.
The daytime portion of the festival will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with two different stages in the historic theater and historic ballroom of the Monticello Opera House. The downstairs stage will feature the bands Hot Tamale (10 a.m.), Bill Petersen (12 p.m.), Frank Lindamood (1 p.m.), George Gray(2 p.m), and Ric Edmiston (3 p.m.). The upstairs stage will host the following bands: Common Taters (12 p.m.) Mary Cox (1 p.m.), Slim Fatz (2 p.m.), and Brian Smalley 3 (p.m.). More acts are in the works, so stay up to date on the Monticello Opera House facebook page or visit our website.
Vendors will be set up in the garden along with a meet and greet with the musicians, so grab a cold drink and a spot in the sunshine.
The night show begins at 7 p.m. following a tasty buffet at 6 p.m. The buffet will include salad, chicken and sausage gumbo, red beans, rice, crusty bread, and finger desserts. The stage will feature musical acts just as delectable as the food: the Gatorbone Band and Wild Ponies will open up for none other than Sarah Mac.
The Pickin' Parlor at Tupelo's Bakery and Cafe will still be open so stop by for tunes, tarts, and tea; baked good and blues; fresh ingredients and folk music.
Various pricing is available for the different shows. The day festival is $15 for entry only (lunch available for an additional cost). The night festival is $30 per person, for the buffet and show. Show only night festival is $15. A show only festival pass is $20. To get the whole package, purchase a daytime pass and a dinner-and-show ticket.
Visit www.monticellooperahouse.org or call (850) 997-4242 for more information.
The Opera House Stage Co. Presents
Murder Mystery Dinner Theater 2015
An Agatha Christie-style Thriller
Much ado about murder and mayhem at sea
MAY 15,16, 22,23 AND 29,30
Chilling Cucumber Salad
Spooky Shepard's Pie
Somewhat Frightening Sauteed Vegetables
Assorted Redrum Rolls with Butter Chips
Sour Scream Pound Cake with Butterscream Icing
Provided by Carrie Ann & Co.
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