We've attended many dinner theaters (in another state). Those never had the acting troop waiting tables. This, and the quality of the play, leads me to believe that this is not an acting troop, but a wait staff required to also entertain. This lacked clues and even the play itself, that matched the plot. Food passable. Staff friendly.
I also feel it incumbent to add that prior to the show, my husband and I purchased drinks at the bar outside the restaurant. The alcohol selection was very poor and the prices rather high. $12 for a beer and cocktail. The bartenders were the same serving alcohol for purchase for the dinner play. The offerings on the bar menu was even more limited, although they did agree to make a Manhattan for a gentleman at our table. I ordered one, and my husband another beer, to be charged $12.54 for the Manhattan (served in a small cocktail glass with lots of ice).
This was a gift, given with wonderful intent and appreciated for the intention; however, this is not a place we'll ever return to.
Incidentally, they also ran about 30 minutes behind scheduled for the advertised times, thus, admitting patrons, beginning the play, and serving dinner.