1099 South Mammoth Road
By Tom Dudzik
In this hilarious, heartfelt sequel to Over the Tavern, the Pazinski family has left the conservative 1950s for the rebellious 1960s. But prior knowledge of this working-class family is not a prerequisite to appreciating their ongoing trials and triumphs. As Apollo 11 is about to land on the moon, the family gathers to honor their late father’s memory, and they quickly become entangled in each others’ problems — Rudy is re-thinking the priesthood, Eddie is preparing for fatherhood and Vietnam, and Annie is contemplating divorce as their mother Ellen considers a new romance. There’s rarely a quiet moment in the Pazinski household as they hurtle towards the next decade.
Directed by A. Robert Dionne
Friday, March 6, 2020 at 7:00pm
Saturday, March 7, 2020 at 7:00pm
Sunday, March 8, 2020 at 1:30pm
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ADVANCED RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED for all dinner theatre performances.
Limited tickets available up until 3 hours before show time.
Pork Loin with Apple Demi Glaze
Chef’s Choice of Vegetable and Starch
Dessert: Chocolate Seduction Cake
-Doors open at 6:30pm Friday & Saturday / 1:00pm on Sunday.
-Same meal is served Friday/Saturday/Sunday.
-Please note vegetarian and gluten free options are available with a 24-hour notice; contact firstname.lastname@example.org
-Parties that wish to sit together should reserve at the same time.
-Cash Bar available at all dinner shows.
REVIEWS of this PLAY:
“Winces with pain and winks with joy. In its easy accessibility, this is a play that sometimes feels like an all-American musical comedy without the music.” –
“…like the comforting taste of homemade bread, this production leaves reviewers satisfied, delighted and hungering for more.” –
“Tom Dudzick’s play has taken inertia out of sixties nostalgia and brought to life an honest take on family and an honest look at tolerance. King o’ the Moon is dynamic entertainment from the very beginning.” –
“It isn’t necessary to have seen Over the Tavern to be immediately drawn into King o’ the Moon. The Pazinskis are compelling to watch whether one knows their history or not. A breezy comedy marked by more than a dash of heartache and poignance, King o’ the Moon is a clever hybrid of dysfunctional family sitcom and emotional gut-wrencher. That’s not an easy mix to create, but playwright Tom Dudzick manages it.” –