How was your experience?
The play,(if you want to call it that), was poorly written and not that entertaining. The food was served almost as an afterthought about an hour into the evening. It was a fairly mediocre chicken parmigiana with a side of pasta. No choices were given. More effort was put into selling you overpriced drinks and appetizers than ensuring your comfort or entertainment. I wouldn't reccomend this to an enemy, let alone a friend or relative. Save your money. A tv dinner sitting in front of the news would be more fun. Goldstar customers are treated with particular disdain as they seat you in the back behind a pillar. All the other tables had bread on them , ours didn't even have water.