Winter Show

Our 2022 Christmas Show

Come Celebrate Christmas With Us!

We have been inspired to try something new, keeping COVID protocols in mind, and the safety of our family, cast, crew, staff, and patrons.

We will be offering a choice of “Show Only” tickets or “Show & Dinner” tickets. (There will be a limited number of “Show & Dinner” tickets available to allow for social distancing in our dining hall)

Country Style BBQ will be joining us again, serving those with “Show & Dinner” tickets, a delicious meal in our festively decorated dining hall. The Play will follow the dinner in our barn-turned-theatre.

DINNER & SHOW:  (Thurs, Fri, Sat,)

  • Doors Open: 6:00pm
  • Dinner Starts: 6:30pm
  • Plays Starts: 7:30pm

 

DINNER & SHOW :   (SUNDAY) 

  • Doors Open: 12:30pm
  • Dinner Starts: 1:00pm
  • Play Starts: 2:00pm

 

SHOW ONLY :  (Thurs, Fri, Sat,)

  • Doors Open : 7:00pm
  • Play Starts: 7:30pm

 

SHOW ONLY:  (SUNDAY)

  • Doors Open: 1:30pm
  • Play Starts: 2:00pm             

 

Dinner & Show: $64 (+taxes)

Show Only: $30 (+taxes)                                                              

This fast-paced comedy is sure to start your Christmas Season off right!

A 1940’s troupe of Vaudeville comedians comes to the rescue minutes before the premiere performance of the soon-to-be-famous “Nutcracker” ballet. 

The owner of the last remaining vaudeville theatre in New Jersey, the Orpheus Theatre, has bet everything on booking a Russian ballet company who are sure to draw in record crowds for the Christmas Season. They are bringing a new Christmas show to North America; “The Nutcracker”. The Ballet’s interpreter/stage manager, along with trunks full of costumes and props have arrived. But the dancers are lost somewhere between the Port of Call and the theatre, and they need to be performing on stage in 20 minutes! With minutes to spare before show time and no Russian ballet troupe in sight, it’s all hands-on deck at the Orpheus Theatre. The vaudevillans step in to save their theatre. After all, show must go on!

This show is written by Vickie Dyck, with some help from E.T.A. Hoffmann and Pyotr Tchaikovsky! (Loosely based on a true story; VERY loosely!

Show Dates:

Fall Concert

sunshine express play

Summer Show