Actors serve as waiters. Fresh Salad bar. Peel yourself shrimp. Varied hot dinner buffet. Great desserts!
"The end of the afternoon you leave with the great feeling you have enjoyed another theatrical production with your whole family. In a nutshell, you can't beat Candlelight and that's why Nunsense (2015) was our 48th trek down from Northeast Philly, 42 miles each way...an afternoon with our extended family."
“From divas to fiddlers on the roof”Visited January 2015, Reviewed July 9, 2015 via mobile
"I have been to several shows here from a drag show to a classic play. The food has always been wonderful and the buffet gives everyone something to enjoy. As for views, given this is a small theater there is not a bad seat. So for a cost effective local show you can not beat this venu!"
“Local talent does very professional job of putting on top notch shows”Visited April 2015,
“Top rate performance and fun for the whole family”Reviewed May 2013,
We have seen Annie and Bye bye Birdie and we had a wonderful experience both times. Our kids (7&9) loved it as much as we did. The performances are impressive and having your waiter be in the show is a fun feature. It is worth every penny.
About Robert Miller
ROBERT MILLER (Harold Hill) Bob was associate choreographer on Fiddler on the Roof (2014) and appeared as Sasha (“maybe the oldest bottle dancer in Fiddler… history”). At Candlelight he appeared as Zack in A Chorus Line and prior to that as Boolie in Driving Miss Daisy. He has performed in numerous national tours, including Fiddler on the Roof and Meet Me In St. Louis as well as the European tour of The Rocky Horror Show. Performances in and around the Philadelphia area include the Walnut Street Theatre, Delaware Theatre Company, and Three Little Bakers.
He is proud to share the stage with his daughter, Julia (Gracie Shinn).
About LAUREN KRIGEL
LAUREN KRIGEL (Marian) is excited to make her Candlelight debut! She is a piano/voice teacher and musical theatre actress in Philadelphia. Since graduating from Boston University, Lauren has performed at the Walnut Street Theatre, Bucks County Playhouse, and the Washington Crossings Open Air Theatre. Some of her favorite roles include Emma (Jekyll and Hyde), Anna (The King and I), Mabel (Pirates of Penzance), and Meg (Little Women). All my love to Jon and my girls Lillian and Abigail!
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