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Toby's Dinner Theatre
5900 Symphony Woods Road Columbia, MD 21044
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16 reviews
9 stars
The weather was warm, we attended the evening performance.. I wore casual shirt and capris. You may wish to bring a sweater or light jacket. .
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1 review
1 stars
Plenty of food. Nice selection. Above average buffet type food. Drinks may be purchased at a very reasonable price.
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"Happy Days -- A New Musical"
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4.0 average rating
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40 events
18 reviews
0 stars
attended May 13 2011

I really liked the idea of this show but was let down. I think that it should have been turned into a play and not a musical. The story could have been so much more without the music, it was a distraction.

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6 reviews
1 stars
attended May 03 2011

Happy Days Musical at Toby's Dinner Theatre-Columbia was terrific. The actors really nailed the characters of Happy Days. The staff was wonderful.

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6 reviews
8 stars
attended May 29 2011

We really enjoyed it. We like the brunch at Toby's better than the dinner. Definitely woth the cost, even at full price.

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“A well-designed crowd pleaser. . .The vocal blending of the company under the musical direction of Ross Scott Rawlings is also superb. If you are looking for light and pleasant entertainment, Happy Days is a solid choice.”  —_DC Theatre Scene _
“Jamie Boyle is properly understated as the mild-mannered Rickie, and Greg Twomey is suitable cartoonish as Fonzarelli. . . Jessica Ball gets plenty of deserved applause for every song she sings as the brassy Pinky Tuscadero. . . David James shows everyone how to get down on the dance floor as the teens’ aging malt shop mentor, Arnold. Ross Scott Rawlings keeps the energy level high with a five-piece orchestra that handles everything the score throws its way, from trumpet and trombone to woodwinds and drums.”  —Explore


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About the Ticket Supplier: Toby's Dinner Theatre of Columbia

For over 30 years, Toby’s Dinner Theatre, located in the heart of Columbia, has been offering award-winning Broadway and original musicals with an exceptional buffet-style dinner.