Every year at Valentine's Day we get a real treat in Huntington - a new production from First Church Dinner Theatre1 And this year's show features the return of a favorite duo in an all-new story!
Here's what you need to know about:
“Bitsy and Boots On the Move” by Jonathan Joy
Bitsy and Boots are back along with Tommy, Kat and their zany friends!
Why are Bitsy and Boots on the move? Where are they going?
What is Max running for (or from) now?
What will Boots contribute to Max’s latest political campaign?
What’s new with Bertie Lou?
Bridget said what?
All these questions will be answered when you attend “Bitsy and Boots on the Move”, yet another hilarious comedy by our resident playwright, Jonathan Joy. To keep the laughs coming, we have assembled a stellar cast of Dinner Theater veterans:
Bitsy - Jane Morse Boots - Loretta Hetzer
Tommy – Eric Wilson Kat - Jenn Naglee
Bertie Lou – Linda LeMaster Bridget – Leann Haines
Policeman – Antwon Williams Max - Michael Sheets
Raul - Michael Naglee
The Dinner Theater has been a winter highlight in Huntington since 1991. It is an integral part of First Church’s Mission program, raising more than $52,000 for Mission projects through 23 productions. For example last year’s proceeds helped West Virginia mission projects, the Campus Christian Center, the City Mission, Blessings in a Back Pack, food and clothing for local families in need, and Christmas in Nicaragua.
First United Methodist Church, 1124 5th Ave., Huntington
Friday, February 12; Saturday, February 13; Sunday, February 14
Dinner served at 6:30 p.m. Show at 8:00 p.m.
Choice of entrees: Prime Rib au Jus or Glazed Cornish hen, with
Tossed Salad Baked Potato
Green Peas and Pearl Onions
Assorted Valentine Desserts
Dinner plus Show: Adult - $25.00 Child under 12 - $8.00
Show only (as space permits) - $5.00
Babysitting available on request for all shows (advance notice required)
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED FOR ALL DINNERS
Call: (304)522-0357 or (740)867-8576
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All profits benefit the Missions of First United Methodist Church.