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The Weir
by Conor McPherson
directed by Phill Antonino
Feb 23-Mar 24, 2018
Fri & Sat at 7pm. Seating begins at 6pm. Complimentary Valet Parking.

Tickets $18-$42 with discounts for seniors, students, military and groups.

WARNING: Adult Language. Parental Discretion.

ABOUT THE SHOW: In a small bar called The Weir in a rural town in Ireland, three local men are settling down for the night, enjoying good beer and company. Their normal routine is shaken up when their friend Finland enters the bar and introduces them to Valerie, an attractive woman from Dublin who has just moved into an old haunted house in the town. As the night (and the amount of liquor) progresses, each local from the bar starts to tell a tale of ghostly happenings in the town. What starts as innocent braggadocio between the men turns into a real fright when Valerie reveals a real, haunted tale of her own from the past. Examining chances of missed opportunity and the loneliness that results in it, The Weir is a haunting play with its roots in Irish folklore.

Jack-Joseph Renton, JR
Brendan-Blake Howard
Jim-Jamie Davenport
Finbar Mack-Jacob Keohane
Valerie-Anna Gamel


Irish Salad with Spinach, Kale & Lettuce, served with warm Bacon Dressing on the side

Main Course (Choose one)
Corned Beef & Cabbage Lasagna*
Layers of House-made Corned Beef, Cabbage, Potatoes, Carrots & Pasta Noodles, baked in a White Sauce with a little Cheese. Served with Mashed Green Peas & Irish Soda Muffins
*(A Gluten-free version of this entree is available with advance notice; please make a note when purchasing tickets)

Salmon Sliders
House-made Salmon Cakes with fresh & smoked Salmon on Potato Rolls. Topped with shaved Red Onion & a Sun-dried Tomato Cream Cheese Spread. Served with Potatoes & warm Tangy Mustard Slaw

Irish Vegetable Souffle
A creamy Vegetable & Irish Cheddar Souffle, served with Potatoes, warm Tangy Mustard Slaw & Irish Soda Muffins

Dessert of the Day

Shakespeare Brunch-Taming of the Shrew
Sunday March 18, 2018, 12pm

Monthly Reading & Special Fundraiser for Mouths of Babes Theatre Co.

$25. ($13 Reading Only). Reserved seating.
$10 of every ticket sold will go to Mouths of Babes Theater Company to support their upcoming youth production of HAMLET at Dreams in April.

Monthly Sunday Brunch featuring a greatly abridged reading of one of Shakespeare's classic plays.Brunch & dessert with choice of entrée included in your ticket. Drinks and gratuity not included.

Portion of proceeds donated to Shakespearean educational outreach programs.

Main Course (Choose one)

Grilled Chicken Entree Salad

Grilled Boneless Chicken Breast over mixed Salad Greens with Salad Veggies, Croutons & a Sun-dried Tomato Vinaigrette on the side

Scrambled Egg Platter

Bacon, Breakfast Potatoes, Toast & a side of Fruit Blueberry

Pancake Casserole
A hearty slice of a baked Blueberry Pancake Casserole, served with warm Syrup, Bacon & a side of Fruit

Smoked Salmon Bagel Sandwich

A toasted Bagel topped with sliced of Smoked Salmon (cold), Shaved Red Onion & a Sun-dried Tomato Cream Cheese. Served with Breakfast Potatoes & a side of Fruit Vegetable

Cheese Fritatta (Baked Omelet)

Served with Breakfast Potatoes, Toast & a side of Fruit


Dessert of the Day

APR 22: Hamlet
MAY 20: Two Gentleman of Verona
JUN 17: The Tempest

Azalea Festival Queen
by Joel Perry
directed by James Bowling
March 30-April 28, 2018
Fri & Sat nights at 7pm. Doors open at 6pm.
Complimentary Valet Parking

Tickets $18-$42 with discounts for seniors, students, military and groups.

When the new-money Jonathan family tries to buy their daughter the Azalea Queen crown, things fall apart in the funniest of ways!

Jackie Jonathan-Heather Costello
Jenny Jonathan-Kathy Cagney Rossi
Jim Jonathan-Rich Deike
Jerry Jonathan-Nicholas Taylor
Granmaw-Kitty Fitzgibbon
Aunt Tillie-Elizabeth Michaels
Wilbur/Delbert-Skip Maloney
Billy/ABC Man-


Good Ol' Girls
A musical adapted and directed by Paul Ferguson
Based on the stories of NC writers Lee Smith & Jill McCorkle
Songs by Matraca Berg & Marshall Chapman

May 4-June 2, 2018
Friday & Saturday at 7pm. Seating starts at 6pm.
Complimentary Valet Parking.

Tickets $20-$48 with discounts for seniors, students, military and groups.




Steve Forbert LIVE!
"Flying by Night" Album Tour

Thurs. May 10th at 7pm. (Doors open 1 hour prior)
General Admission
$20 in advance, $25 at the door

Steve Forbert traveled to New York City from Mississippi in 1976 and played guitar for spare change in Grand Central Station. He vaulted to international prominence with the folk-pop hit, “Romeo’s Tune,” during a time when the singer-songwriter era had all but ended and Talking Heads, Blondie, and other New Wave and punk acts were moving into the public consciousness. Still, critics raved about Forbert’s
poetic lyrics and engaging melodies, and the crowds at CBGB’s in New York accepted him alongside those acts.

“I’ve never been interested in changing what I do to fit emerging trends,” Forbert observes. “Looking back on it, I was helping to keep a particular tradition alive at a time when it wasn’t in the spotlight”—a tradition that has since seen a thriving resurgence as the Americana genre.

Forbert has amassed a catalog of well-crafted, unforgettable songs on such albums as Streets of This Town, The American in Me, Mission of the Crossroad Palms, and Just Like There’s Nothin’ to It. His tribute to Jimmie Rodgers, Any Old Time, was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2004. He was inducted into the Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame in 2010.


Southern Fried Bitch
 by Celia Rivenbark

with Kevin Parker
directed by Beth Swindell

Jun 8-Jul 28, 2018
Fri & Sat at 7pm. Doors open at 6pm.
Complimentary Valet Parking

Tickets $20-$44 with discounts for seniors, students, military and groups.

WARNING: Very Adult Language and Situations.


Nee Nichols is a cooking show star whose off-camera antics would make a sailor blush! Add in her philandering husband and two Kardashian-like kids and you never know what's going to happen with this family. But when Nee's rivalry with fellow cooking host Rose Ravenel heats up, will the network be able to put out the fire? (Significant profanity and naughty talk, so be warned!)





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Wilmington, NC 28401
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Tickets subject to a 7% NC Sales Tax
and Ticket Handling Fees

Wed & Thur 12-2pm, Fri 3-5pm
Group Discounts & Private Rentals Available
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