OSWEGO – As it struts into year three as Central New York’s premiere interactive dinner theatre experience, Theatre Du Jour serves up diversity and sheer sass for its 2018 slate of shows.
Next up – a classic Nora Ephron powerhouse of stories in Love, Loss and What I Wore and a sweet little must-see must-hear dramatic musical in Respect – A Musical Journey of Woman.
Then, a second helping of murder and mayhem with more from Landau in Bullets for Broadway and finish off the year with musings from the “Almighty” in An Act of God.
“We are so grateful to our community of patrons, our venues and our family of artists who bring these shows to life,” artistic director Tammy Wilkinson said. “As we venture into our 3rd full season, we endeavor to continue to raise the bar and give everyone more of an immersive experience. We know our patrons adore the murder mystery shows, so those will always be a staple. We aspire to bring laughter, drama and intrigue to the table, but also relatable and poignant stories that our audiences can really connect with and then a little more laughter and all the interactive extras (photo booth, music and prizes and giveaways) they’ve come to know and love.”
Returning to the TDJ team of veteran directors are Sherri Metz and Moe Harrington.
New additions to the TDJ family are Derek Potocki and Paul McKinney.
“We are so blessed to have Sherri and Moe with their incomparable poise and experience, back again in 2018. We look forward to the creativity, endless energy and positivity that come in spades with Mr. Potocki and Mr. McKinney,” Wilkinson said.
Stay tuned for what is sure to be an eventful and fulfilling 2018 for Theatre Du Jour.
For complete information on shows, auditions or to purchase season tickets online – visit dujourcny.com.
Theatre Du Jour – 2018 Slate of Shows at a Glance
Noir Suspicions by David Landau – directed by Sherri Metz
Love Loss and What I Wore by Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron, based on the book by Ilene Beckerman – directed by Moe Harrington
Respect – A Musical Journey of Women by Dorothy Marcic – director TBA
Bullets for Broadway by David Landau – directed by Derek Potocki
An Act of God – by David Javerbaum directed by Paul McKinney.