Comic Randy Riggle's The Nostalgia Show Includes a Full Meal
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The last date listed for The Nostalgia Show was Sunday September 11, 2011 / 2:00pm.
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The show was fine--a bit different than expected since he made use of slides for props, but it was enjoyable and worth going to. The meal was OK except that the food was only lukewarm--it was apparent that it had been sitting out waiting to be served for some time. One thing I appreciated was that when I told them I was unable to eat the walnuts on the salad, I was immediately given a salad with cranberries substituted for the walnuts. Service was mediocre--I never got my water glass refilled, for example. I ended up drinking my husband's water since he had ordered iced tea. It also took awhile for the waiter to remember to bring my husband some coffee. Also, when we tried to order a glass of wine before the event, they were out of quite a few types of wines and the bartender told us that his stock was very low as it wasn't their busy season. If they want to be taken seriously as a dinner theater, I would recommend that they work on fine-tuning their services.
Long before computers, answering machines, and cell phones, there was a time that was part of all of us. Instead of drive-thrus there were drive-ins. Coke wasn’t “Classic” and it came from a fountain or a green glass bottle. And the only survivor series on TV consisted of Gilligan and his crew. The nationally touring production of Nostalgia takes you down memory lane with your 57’ Chevy as we remember the times and people who changed our lives. You’ll be taken back to that fateful day at Pearl Harbor and travel through the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s until the first steps are taken on the lunar surface.
Nationally touring stand-up comedian Randy Riggle will be your tour guide on a trip filled with songs and laughs in this 90-minute one-man show. Randy entertains his audiences with stories, gun slinging, dancing, and pantomime. His observational humor about the era is complimented with over 50 impersonations and a special tribute to veterans. The entire revue is backed with a multi-media slide presentation.
Adult and Senior Menu:
All entrees are accompanied by a Cranberry Walnut salad, freshly baked bread with butter, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables, New York Style Cheesecake, coffee, tea and, of course, a fabulous show!
- Filet Mignon — Served with sauce Foyot
- Chicken Florentine — A boneless, skinless breast of chicken stuffed with fresh spinach, Swiss cheese, and topped with a tomato tarragon cream sauce.
- Chef’s Special Pasta — Penne Pasta tossed with freshly roasted vegetables (Potato and side vegetable are not included with this entree)
Menu current at time of publication, but is subject to change without notice.