Spring is here and Lancaster County theater venues are celebrating
all season long with exciting
shows of many varieties.
Here’s a lineup of some of the entertainment options in
store for you:
Monty Python’s Spamalot
April 30 to May 16
The Odd Couple (Neil Simon)
June 11 to June 27
Ephrata Main Theatre
– Located in the gorgeous art deco inspired Brossman Business Complex, the Ephrata Main Theatre runs feature and classic films, plus it has a live stage where it hosts concerts and where Community Arts Foundation of Ephrata (CAFE) presents top-notch theater productions.
Over The Rhine Duo
Friday, April 24
– Within a half hour ride from our location, the Fulton Opera House is
considered America’s oldest continuously run theater. Its history alone is
breathtaking. In addition to the various plays and musicals, starting May 29,
2015, guests can register for tours of the building
The Full Monty
April 21 to May 17
May 2 to May 16
Now through April 18
May 22 through October 17
Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre – If you’re looking for dinner and a show, the
Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre gives you just that. Events range from musicals and
murder mysteries to evenings of musical tributes. If you have other dinner
plans, you can always purchase tickets solely for a show.
Now through May 2
Dream Lover (Bobby Darin tribute)
April 26 and April 27
May 7 through June 13
Satisfaction (Rolling Stones tribute)
May 31 and June 1
Rainbow’s Comedy Playhouse
– Comedy is plentiful at the Rainbow Dinner Theater.
Enjoy dinner and a show just half an hour from the Historic Smithton Inn.
The Hallelujah Girls
Now through May 23
– West on Route 322, only 40 miles from the inn, the Hershey Theatre brings
guests a wide variety of entertainment. From concerts to Broadway performances
and classic films, you are sure to have an exciting experience at any event.
Brit Floyd (Pink Floyd tribute)
April 13 and April 14
Beethoven’s 9th (Hershey Symphony)
American Music Theatre
– This classic favorite venue offers spectacular musical
performances from a wide array of genres, including but not limited to country,
classic rock, and classical. AMT also creates its own original productions that vary from season to
(AMT Original Show)
April 14 through October 9
The Temptations & The Four Tops
Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo
“Weird Al” Yankovic
This is just a taste of what Lancaster County has to offer
for your enjoyment this season. So many unforgettable experiences await you
here, and I hope you will take advantage of at least one this spring.
By Rebecca Gallagher
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