We were on vacation from Atlanta and read about this little theatre here. The tickets were reasonably priced and we were able to reserve them online the day before for a small fee. We ate dinner at Brett's and found the theatre afterwards within minutes. It is a quite nice small venue featuring local art in the lobby and and a larger seating area than we expected. Dress ranged from blue jeans to cocktail attire. The 25th Annual Spelling Bee of Putnam County was a delight from start to finish. All the actors were local of course and quite convincing in their roles. Their singing voices, while not professional, were pleasant and the lyrics clearly understood - which has not always been the case in a couple of Broadway shows we've seen. A pleasant surprise was the enthusiastic participation of four members of the audience chosen to round out the roster of the Spelling Bee. The words they were given to spell and their reactions were priceless and added wonderfully to the hilarity. We found ourselves spelling along under our breaths and scratching our heads with the spellers at some of the toughies. It was an evening that will be cherished with our memories of this exceptional vacation at the Omni Plantation. A couple of notes for the newcomer: 1) Think about choosing seating toward the back rows. The stadium style seating begins below stage level, so those sitting in the first few rows look up a bit to watch the action. Even so, there really is not a bad seat in the house. 2) Finish your wine/beverages in the lobby. Food and drink are not permitted in the theater. 3) Although I must admit I wish I had kept mine, the theatre requests you recycle the play bills as you exit. 4) There is an opportunity to meet the actors in an optional reception line after the show. We loved meeting you in person, Coneybear. We now have “Coneybear moments" at our house... So everyone go, have a glass of wine, then sit back and enjoy. It's a great way to spend an evening at the beach.