Watching a show during dinner livens up a meal, just like juggling silverware at the table or paying a violinist to juggle silverware at the table. Get entertained while you eat with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $22 for dinner and a show for one at a select performance of The Pirates of Penzance (up to a $44.95 value)
- $44 for dinner and a show for two (up to an $89.90 value)
Tickets are valid for the 6 p.m. show on Fridays and Saturdays and the 5 p.m. show on Sundays from June 22–June 24 and June 29–July 1. View the schedule for seating, dinner, and the show here.
Praised for its "high voltage cast" and "joyful embrace of English absurdity" by the Culpeper Star-Exponent, The Pirates of Penzance follows the trials of Frederic, a young man who, freshly released from his apprenticeship with a band of pirates, falls in love with a maiden named Mabel. However, when his former comrades arrive in town and begin to cause trouble, Frederic finds himself torn between his wish to atone for his misdeeds and his technical duty to serve the Pirate King. The operetta bubbles over with instantly recognizable tunes, including the tongue-twisting patter of "I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General" and the ironic lyrics of "With Cat-Like Tread."
Lazy Susan Dinner Theatre
When Lazy Susan Dinner Theatre's doors open for each evening's performance, guests are greeted and escorted to their tables where they can order cocktails. Then, with thirsts parched and pocket watches swinging, they move onward to a hot buffet of made-from-scratch Pennsylvania Dutch dishes, including breads, roast beef, chicken, fish, and housemade desserts. But sweets aren't the only treat here. After dessert, the curtain opens to family-friendly Broadway-style shows that incite laughter, explore American history, or challenge theatergoers to discern which actors are real ghosts. And to tie the dinner and show together even tighter, the performers are the same people pouring the coffee. DC Metro Theater Arts notes that "the warm ambiance found at The Lazy Susan is indeed half of the fun of going."