FULTON – Tonight (Feb. 10), at Tavern on the Lock, Fulton Community Theatre will kick off its 27th season with “Panache” a wonderfully written romantic comedy by playwright Donald Gordon.
The play will be served up in a dinner theatre format.
FCT has brought love and comedy together for four years now in this lovely venue.
Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. for the Friday and Saturday performances, with the show at 7 p.m., matinee’s lunch will be served at 12:30 p.m., with the show at 2 p.m.
Taking the helm for this year’s production will once again be Michael A. Bolio.
He brought the idea of bringing back dinner theater to the area three years ago and has served as director for each of the shows.
Such memorable performances were “2 Across,” “Shooting Star” and “Mating Game” will now be joined by this year’s production.
Bolio will not only be in the director’s chair, but he will be joining the cast in the role of Harry Baldwin.
Sharing the stage as well will be Marguerite Beebe, as Kathleen Baldwin, Adam Schmidtman, as Irwin Alcott, Jane Wainwright as Laura Baldwin, and Larry Smith as Jumbo Dombrowski.
The action takes place in Harry’s apartment when a stranger knocks on his door, with an even stranger request.
Reservations can be made by calling Tavern on the Lock at (315) 592-2661.
Performances will be on February 10, 11, 17 and 18.
Tickets for dinner and show are $27 general admission/ $23 for seniors and students.
Show only can be purchased at the door at $12 general/ $10 for seniors and students.
Make a date with someone you love to see “Panache.”