Sin, Sex and the C. I. A.


Directed by John Stuff


Hilarity runs amok! Huge oil reserves have been discovered in The Chagos Islands. O.P.E.C. is pressuring the Chagosians to join the cartel. The Chagosians, however, are interested in placing themselves under the protection of the U.S. A secret meeting has been arranged in a C.I.A. safehouse in the mountains of Virginia. Unfortunately, no one knows who the island's representative really is. The C.I.A. has sent agent Luke James to secure the cabin. An eager beaver on his first field assignment, who gets caught in all his own booby traps! The caretaker, Daniel Warren is an ex-marine with a dry wit, who has little patience for Luke James or the C.I.A. Enter The Rev. Samuel Abernathy, a hell and damnation evangelist, who finds sin around every corner, even when there isn't any. He seeks shelter for the night, for himself and Millicent, his dowdy and innocent (or is she?) secretary. Adding to the chaos is Heather Ann Faraday, the sexy, mysterious next door neighbor, who also needs to stay the night because her power went out in the storm. So many strangers .... but is anyone who they say they are?

Dinner & Show Reservations are REQUIRED at least two days prior to the performance you would like to attend. 

Lobby Doors open at 5:30pm

Theater Doors to begin seating and serving dinner open at 6:15pm

Matinee Lobby Doors open at 12:00pm

Matinee Theater Doors to begin seating and serving dinner open at 12:45pm

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Night of the Living Dead Live!


Directed by Miguel Coca

Six strangers, a lonely farmhouse, surrounded by brain-eating zombies - what could go wrong? A fun and hilarious re-imagining of the legendary classic. Set in 1968 and presented in all black and white, it literally feels like the film has been brought to life and placed onstage. Through a series of multiple endings, the characters are all faced with different issues and challenges while desperately trying to survive the night. However, their contrasting personalities and agendas always seem to prevent the group from working together. Which leaves us all wondering: Could anyone survive a night of the living dead?

**This is not a Dinner & Show Production.**

Lobby/theater doors will open at 7:00pm for evening productions and 1:30pm for matinee.

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PUZZLE ROOMS


This year The Depot Theater is doing Puzzle Rooms again! There are 5 themed rooms that are $10 per person, per room.

The rooms include:

Perplex Penitentiary*

Trouble in Hollywood

Life's a Circus*

Don't Wake the Zombie

Wild Wild West

*Perplex Penitentiary and Life's a Circus will offer an easy, medium, and hard level that get more puzzling and scarier as they go on. The easy and medium are suggested for children and preteens.

The time slots are 30-minutes each with 20 minutes to solve your room. The evening will start at 6:00pm and the last slot will end at 10:30pm. For Sundays, time slots will begin at 2:00pm and end at 4:30pm, with 30 minute increments. Reservations are preferred, but walk ups are permitted. Online reservations will be confirmed by our Office.

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Bless Me Father


Directed by Gayla Kirmer


Father Pat's parishoners are a bit fuzzy on the commandments, so when a rumor starts that the Pope is visiting their congregation, folks are lining up to confess their sins. But the only John Paul in this confessional box is John Paul Fitzpatrick, the janitor. Fitz has been trapped in there for hours, and what he is learning could blow the lid off this whole town! This hilarious Christmas comedy will leave you clutching your sides and believing that "on one day of the year .. .it's possible to get more than we deserve."

Dinner & Show Reservations are REQUIRED at least two days prior to the performance you would like to attend.

Lobby Doors open at 5:30pm

Theater Doors to begin seating and serving dinner open at 6:15pm

Matinee Lobby Doors open at 12:00pm

Matinee Theater Doors to begin seating and serving dinner open at 12:45pm

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Exploding Love


Directed by John Stuff

This uproarious tale of love, divorce and marriage illustrates that no matter how nuts you think you are, someone out there will love you. Skeeter still loves his ex-wife. When he hears she is about to remarry, he dons a belt of dynamite and barges into the judge's chambers to disrupt the ceremony. He is forced to retreat to the city hall men's room where the groom to be and Zeke, a charming eccentric who claims to be a dog angel, become his hostages. Comic twists and turns fill the rest room with seven people and lead to an outrageous triple wedding ceremony.

Dinner & Show Reservations are REQUIRED at least two days prior to the performance you would like to attend.

Lobby Doors open at 5:30pm

Theater Doors to begin seating and serving dinner open at 6:15pm

Matinee Lobby Doors open at 12:00pm

Matinee Theater Doors to begin seating and serving dinner open at 12:45pm

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Into the Woods


Directed by Doug Austen

The award-winning musical that takes the fairy tales we all know and turns them upside down! As the result of the curse of a once-beautiful witch, a baker and his wife are childless. Three days before the rise of a blue moon, they venture into the forest to find the ingredients that will reverse the spell and restore the witch's beauty: a milk-white cow, hair as yellow as corn, a blood-red cape, and a slipper of gold. During their journey, they meet Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel and Jack, each one on a quest to fulfill a wish of their own!

Dinner & Show Reservations are REQUIRED at least two days prior to the performance you would like to attend.

Lobby Doors open at 5:30pm

Theater Doors to begin seating and serving dinner open at 6:15pm

Matinee Lobby Doors open at 12:00pm

Matinee Theater Doors to begin seating and serving dinner open at 12:45pm

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THE EDUCATION OF ANGELS


Directed by John Stuff


Two unlikely characters, Nick and Jenna, are thrown together in this hilarious tale of two angels in training sent back to earth to help Dave, who is having cold feet on his wedding day. But are they there to talk him into the wedding or out of it? The journey is hilarious, and the fact that not everyone can see or hear the angels only enhances the comedic situations. Toss in an “angelic” New York cabbie as transportation from heaven, a domineering ex-wife who has remarried, but believes that Dave shouldn’t, and a kindly minister and you have a mixture of characters that is sure to entertain. Oh yes, the heart of the play … Well, let’s just say that you will enjoy this journey as everyone bumbles their way to a happy and very moving ending.

Dinner & Show Reservations are REQUIRED at least two days prior to the performance you would like to attend.


Lobby Doors open at 5:30pm

Theater Doors to begin seating and serving dinner open at 6:15pm

Matinee Lobby Doors open at 12:00pm

Matinee Theater Doors to begin seating and serving dinner open at 12:45pm

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A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM


Directed by John Stuff


The classic musical that is a nonstop laughfest in which Pseudolus, a crafty slave, struggles to win the hand of a beautiful, but slow-witted, courtesan named Philia for his young master, Hero, in exchange for his own freedom. The plot twists and turns with multiple cases of mistaken identity, slamming doors, potions, overbearing mothers, eunuchs, an Army general, courtesans, a nearly-blind old man, and a case or two of the Plague all combine for a night of unbridled hilarity!

**This is not a Dinner & Show Production.**

Lobby/theater doors will open at 7:00pm for evening productions and 1:30pm for matinee. 

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Information

When purchasing tickets you will not be able to select specific table or seats. You are able to request a particular area or table in the comment boxes provided, but it is not guaranteed that you will receive what you have requested. We will assign seating based on the order of when tickets are purchased.

Our Lobby Doors open at 5:30pm/ Matinee at 12:00pm. Theater Doors to begin seating and serving of dinner will open at 6:15pm/ Matinee at 12:45pm.

If you have any questions, please contact our Box Office at 620-225-1001 or brandi@depottheaterco.com.


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