Enjoy belly laughs and a a belly full of delicious food for our fall dinner theatre event at Tallahassee’s premiere event venue, the Moon, on November 29th or 30th.
This production of the worldwide comedy phenomenon features an updated script, stars local professional talent, and is directed by SSC Artistic Director James Alexander Bond.
MEET THE CAST
Phil Croton is delighted to be part of this production and to be performing at the Moon. Phil began his acting career after his parents were pleased to discover he could “act a little bit” and enrolled him in a drama school in London. So his introduction to William Shakespeare was as a playwright who gave this young lad wonderful lines and scenes to learn and not, as the vast majority of school children do, as a writer to be studied in a classroom, from a book, in an English lesson, whilst looking out of the window and longing to be out there, doing anything but this. Playing sports perhaps…
Benjamin J. Miller is a 4th year Theatre major at FSU. Theatre credits include: Imogen Says Nothing (FSU), The Knight of the Burning Pestle (London Academy of Music and the Dramatic Arts), An Experimentation of Romeo and Juliet (London Academy of Music and the Dramatic Arts), Something Rotten! (Turner Auditorium), Eurydice (Turner Auditorium), and I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (Man #1).
Vonzel DeSean Reynolds is native of Tallahassee making his SSC debut, but he is no stranger to the stage. He was last seen as the conniving Brother Boxer on Essential Theatre Associates production of The Amen Corner and previously as the cantankerous Sidney Berstein in the murder mystery musical Curtains by Quincy Music Theatre. He’s known around the Tallahassee area as a vocalist as well. He’s grateful for his loving circle of family and friends and sends a special shout out to FAMU Essential Theatre for being a great training ground.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
With enough advance notice, we want to accommodate your needs and respect your restrictions as best we can! To report a dietrary concenr, please reach out to Executive Director Bianca.
While the menu is still being finalized, there will be several entree choices of traditional British fare offered (shepherd’s pie, bangers and mash), including a vegetarian option. Each entree comes with pub salad and rolls.
Dessert will be served at intermission.
Drinks included in the dinner ticket price include water, soft drinks, and coffee.
The Moon’s full bars will be open for alcoholic beverages at their separate, individual purchase price (i.e., alcohol is not included in the dinner theatre ticket price).
PLAN YOUR VISIT
While you’re in town, explore all that Tallahassee has to offer.
Things to do in Tallahassee
- Visit the senate: consider how power, people, and politics work together in our state as you visit the Tallahassee Capitol Museum.
- All roads lead to…! The Tallahassee Automobile Museum’s impressive collection of automobiles and other antiques are a tour of the past.
- Get in on the action: ascend to the treetops above the Tallahassee Museum to master its extensive zipline course.
- Go with the flow at nearby Wakulla Springs.
- Indulge in a feast: The Tallahassee food scene is alive with delicious options at…
- All the world’s a stage: check out gorgeous Cascades Park, home of Southern Shakespeare Company’s signature spring event, our FREE Shakespeare in the Park Festival. For a walk or a ride on a rented scooter, the gentle slopes of this green space can’t be beat.
- Plan your Salad Days: the Tallahassee Farmers’ Market offers greens, grub, and goods each Saturday from 8 am to noon.
- The fault in our stars: the Challenger Learning Center’s planetarium show is not to be missed!
- Lend me your ears! Tallahassee showcases live jazz and blues regularly, so there’s plenty of music to choose as you continue your Tallahassee weekend:
- En vino, veritas: Tallahassee’s selections and original takes on beer, wine, and spirits are well-worth experiencing: