We did a lot of research in what to do and see in the area. This show came so highly recommended and we can reiterate - it was great!
We sat on the McCoy side, row D and really, I don't think there was a bad seat in the house.
The food was really over the top...SO MUCH food, and not half bad! So much food in fact, it was a bit of a challenge for two people and all of those items on a small table. Our waitress was prompt, but I noticed lots of other tables that were offered doggy bags..we were not and that would have been handy as there was clearly enough food for lunch the next day and our Inn offered a full kitchen. I hated to see it all go to waste.
The performers really were an amazingly talented group and the plot moved so fast, it kept me completely interested (I am usually one to check my watch when things are dragging). The standout I would have to say was the clogging numbers and Kata - the gorgeous redhead on the guitar. Honestly, though, I really was IMPRESSED by everyone! Well done, folks.
Between the opening act and the main show, my husband was featured on the main screen with a cheeky description and I only wish now I had bought the DVD to remember what it was.
I was If I could offer only one piece of advice, it would be to avoid the smarmy salesmen circulating the gift shop before the show. I had read some reviews about how they were aggressive, so I asked point blank, "Why are you soliciting personal info if you are just giving away a gift certificate tonight?" I think I caught him off guard...he had no explanation other than it was a "great opportunity." There was also a giant paragraph of legalese on the "consent" form, so I politely, but firmly declined. And believe me...he was giving me the HARD sell. I had to ask him to leave us alone...twice. Sheesh.