Mr. Christmas November 7 (2012) - January 13, 2013
By: Don Hodgins
There’s trouble at the North Pole. Santa has decided it’s time hang up the red suit. One of the elves is assigned the task of finding a replacement. As you can imagine, it’s not an easy task. That’s a big suit to fill. (No pun intended.) He finally finds a candidate. Can you guess who? It’s our pal Rudy. Join us for some holiday merriment—Rudy style!
ELVIS: THE ESSENCE OF THE KING January 23 – March 3
Elvis is in the building! That’s right the King is back at the Fanny Hill Dinner Theatre! George Thomas performs one of the top Elvis shows in the country. It’s a fun, high energy tribute to the King of Rock ‘n Roll. The show spans Elvis’s entire career and is sure to please die-hard fans and the uninitiated alike.
“You gotta see this!”
Here is a tribute clip of George Thomas as Elvis
WEEKEND COMEDY March 14 – May 5
By: Jeanne and Sam Bobrick
Two couples rent the same cabin for the weekend by mistake. One couple is middle-aged and conservative and the other is freewheeling and young. Generations collide in funny fashion as the “oldsters” learn to loosen up a bit, and the youngsters find there is something to be said for stability and warmth. Think ALL IN THE FAMILY on vacation! “Thoroughly enjoyable.”
DON’T DRESS FOR DINNER May 16 – June 30
By: Marc Camoletti adapted by Robin Hawdon
Suppose a man arranged for a weekend getaway with the love of his life. Now suppose another man arranges for a weekend getaway with his favorite lady. Suppose they all end up at the same place with a cook who is mistaken for woman “A” or is it “B”. Mix these ingredients and you have the recipe for some unbridled fun. “A nifty comic farce.”
BINGO: THE MUSICAL July 11 – August 25
By Michael Heitzman and Ilene Reid
BINGO is a splashy, zippy, outrageously funny musical. Come meet Vern, Honey, and Patsy – three pals that have driven through a terrible storm in the name of their weekly obsession. In between the number calling, strange rituals, lucky daubers and fierce competition; love blossoms and long lost friends unite!
It’s a tuneful salute to one of our favorite pastimes. “Sweet, sassy, and lots of fun!”
BAREFOOT IN THE PARK September 5 – November 3
By: Neil Simon
One of Neil Simon’s most popular comedies – the play centers on newlyweds, Paul and Corrie Bratter. Paul is a conservative lawyer-type while Corrie is always ready to “take a walk on the wild side.” Watching these opposites get together amongst a lonely mother, eccentric neighbors and a fifth floor walk-up with a hole in the skylight makes for great theater. If you liked the TV series DHARMA AND GREG, you’ll love this show! “Super Simon”
CAROL OF A CHRISTMAS November 13 – January 12, 2014
By: Don Hodgins
Our hero Rudy is at it again! He finds out that he is supposedly related to Ebenezer Scrooge. His wife valiantly tries to point out that Scrooge is a fictional character, but Rudy is undaunted and is visited by the Ghost of Sitcoms Past. Rudy is taken on a wild ride with some of our best-loved characters that reaffirm the true meaning of Christmas. “No humbug here!”