This was our first time at La Comedia. We were there with a group from work. We saw "It's a Wonderful Life". The food was buffet style- so you know pretty much what you will get. It was good but not great, but in my opinion you don't go to a dinner theatre necessarily for the food. I have yet to go to a dinner theatre and have rememberable food. The show was great. The woman you played Mary had a great voice and the man who played Clarence was extremly funny. He sang the traditional "O Holy Night" at the end of the show and it was fantastic!! The man who played George Bailey tried to sound a little too much like Jimmy Stewart at times but it wasn't offensive. Overall it was a very nice night. Not sure if I would pay the $65+ per person myself but as a once every few years event it probably would be worth it. The place was packed so it must be doing something right.