The Full Monty: Musical Comedy Dinner Show
* Additional fees apply.
The last date listed for The Full Monty was Sunday February 2, 2014 / 1:00pm.
Parking is free but the building is hard to find. It's off a road that looks like a driveway. A tiny little blue sign says Candlelight Theater and if you blink, you'll miss it. Use the GPS and follow the mile points for the venue and you'll be fine!Anything Goes travel • Mar 31 2014 star this tip starred
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We had an excellent time. The food was very good and the show was extremely well done. This was a very enjoyable evening! I recommend it to all! ... and I am sure we will be going back to the venue. We were seated in the back, but we were still close enough to enjoy the show
Small and charming - just perfect!
The talented cast from the tri-state area includes C.J. Celeiro as Jerry Lukowski, David Snyder as Dave Bukatinsky, Bob Miller as Harold Nichols, Peter Briccotto as Malcolm MacGregor, Thomas Frederickson as Ethan Girard, Michael Hogan as Horse Simmons, Chris Balbi as Buddy Keno Walsh, Laura Boyer as Pam Lukowski, Catherine Logan as Georgie Bukatinsky, Lindsay Mauck as Vicky Nichols and Susan Dewey as Jeanette Burmeister. Also featured are Michael McDevitt and Colleen McGinnis.
The production staff includes Director Robert Harris, Musical Director Timothy Crawford, Scenic Designer Jeffrey Reim, Lighting Designer Chris Miller, Costume Designer Timothy Lamont Cannon and Production Stage Manager David McConney.
Sample menu **
-Salad bar including peel and eat shrimp
-Chicken francaise with garlic cream sauce
-Pan-seared pork tenderloins with honey BBQ sauce
-Salmon in a shrimp bisque sauce
-Beef tips with mushrooms in a demi glace
-Garlic smashed potatoes
-Macaroni and cheese
-Steamed mixed vegetables
-Dessert buffet (cakes, pies)
A cash bar is available for drinks.
About the Ticket Supplier: New Candlelight Productions, Inc.
NCT, originally the Harvey Barn, was transformed into “The Robin Hood Theatre” in the 1930s. It operated as a summer stock theater until the mid 1960s.
In 1969, after 5 months of intensive renovations by a team of hard-working volunteers, the barn was transformed into the “Candlelight Music Dinner Theatre”, Delaware’s 1st Dinner Theatre under the ownership of Julian Borris and John O’Toole.
For 31 years “Candlelight Music Dinner Theatre” produced 5 shows annually and nurtured the talents of many, including Tony Award-winner Susan Stroman, film star Bruce Willis, Broadway musical star Diane Fratantoni and many others.
In 2000, John and Lena O’Toole sold the theater business to Kathleen Nadolny and Ennio diGenova who continued the operation.
In November 2003, Bob and Jody Anderson Miller acquired the theater and a major renovation began in December. The Millers and a team of hard working volunteers spent almost two months improving the barn…..extending the stage, adding a new sound system, refurbishing restrooms, installing a permanent buffet, renovating the box office, lobby and more. The Millers reopened under the name “New Candlelight Theatre” (NCT) in February 2004 with its production of A Chorus Line
In 2006, New Candlelight Productions, a not-for-profit, 501©(3) organization was formed to produce theatrical productions.
In 2007, NCT established a Season Subscription base and received 2 Barrymore nominations in their first year of eligibility for its production of Chicago.
In 2009, the theatre celebrated 40 Years of Dinner Theater! During this anniversary year, 13,000 patrons attended our Main Stage Productions and Specialty Events
In the Fall of 2010, the Millers turned over management of the facility including the food operation to the non-profit.
2011 kicked off with a great start for NCT! CATS, our season opener got rave reviews and record audiences! Thanks to our dedicated staff, our hard working volunteers and our loyal patrons we will KEEP CANDLELIGHT GLOWING!