65 Olney Theatre Center - Mulitz-Gudelsky Theatre Lab Tips
- Casual 4
- Parking is free 3
- Dine before you go 2
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
There are a few places to dine nearby. We ate dinner after the performance at Sardis located about one and one half miles from the theater. It’s casual, lots of TVs on the wall, great food and good value. It was very crowded and this very noisy, but we didn’t mind.
The weather was Cold and dry . I wore A winter sweater and slacks. .
Make sure to ask which building the play is on the theater campus. There are several and you want to be sure you are at the right building before the event starts.
Great local for theater. Friendly hosts, allow time for before hand for a drink or snack.
The theaters are about a mile and a half out of the Olney Village, not at the town crossroads. Across from Olney Ale House.
During intermission, light snacks and drinks available for purchase. For full dinner experience, try the Olney Ale House across the street.
Parking lot fills up fast when all 3 theaters have performances. Get there early so you don't have to park on the lawn/gravel.
Park around the back for the closer parking to the lab theater.
A Christmas Carol
The weather was pleasant. I wore casual slacks and top and light coat - no room for coat over back of chair as seating very tight .