Welcome to The Wardrobe Dinner Theatre. Owned and operated by the Sheridan family, this local business took their name from the wardrobe “character” in the C.S. Lewis book The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe as a place where adventuresome souls could step into a different world. Since a wardrobe is also a fancy name for a type of closet for clothes, the fact there is a backstage dressing room filled with costumes certainly applies too.
Once they step through the doors of The Wardrobe, guests can expect a high quality production beginning with the first course. Various cast members will be your servers, bringing out a fresh salad followed by your choice of several entrees as you dine by candlelight. Make sure to order a dessert for the intermission break and then sit back to enjoy the live music and plenty of drama, dancing, and singing on the stage.
The upcoming season line-up starts with a toe-tapping 42nd Street followed by the classic White Christmas in time for the Holidays. The new year opens with a foot-stomping Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, followed by an ocean cruise where Anything Goes before winding down for the summer with a new crop of younger actors in Annie. Get your tickets now…
Oops. Sorry. I got a little carried away there.
The Wardrobe doesn’t exist in real life although it will probably remind you of a theater near you. The only way you can enter The Wardrobe is through the pages of a book. Pre-order your copy of Dance Over Me today because the doors open on September 19th.
And as a bonus, email a copy of your pre-order confirmation to Candee [at] CandeeFick [dot] com to be entered in a special drawing for an autographed copy of my debut novel Catch of a Lifetime.
In the meantime, there’s a lot still to be done before Opening Day.