We are transplants here. We went to the dinner theatre, four of us, to see Forever Plaid. The theatre (barn?) is old and smallish. The Play was great!! Being that it is small the tables are shared. Two other couples were seated with us at our table, but it worked out fine. I didn't expect that. The food was good, buffet style, but not memorable. The price was reasonable considering the level of entertainment. While it was older, the building, it has a sort of beloved neighborhood character. The play was great and my daughter and her husband said they loved it! They are in their late twenties. The dessert selection was very good. We attended a dinner theatre in another city this past year that was in a gorgeous hall with tiered seating, no shared tables and fabulous food so I would give Candlelight a 3.5 but I cant! The play at Candlelight was excellent, with talented actors and it was altogether a very upbeat time. You will see it is beloved by the patrons and I respect that.
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