Traverse City restaurant goers and Northern Michigan theatre afficianados are about to get the best of both worlds, all in one night! The Old Town Playhouse Studio Theatre and The Soup Cup, located side-by-side at the Historic Train Depot near Boardman Lake in Traverse City, are offering dinner and a show this October.
During the Old Town Playhouse Studio Theatre's run of Humble Boy, October 5-20, 2012, The Soup Cup will be offering a Pre-Theatre Meal Series. Ticket holders for the evening's showing of Humble Boy are invited to make reservations at The Soup Cup for a 6:00 p.m. light dinner for $10. Diners will be given a presentation about the evening's show as part of the Humble Boy Speakers Series, and are guaranteed first-entry into the Old Town Playhouse Studio Theatre when doors open at 7:00 p.m. for the 7:30 p.m. showing of Humble Boy.
There is a 30 guest limit for the Pre-Theatre Dinner and reservations are required. To reserve your seat, call The Soup Cup at (231) 932-7687. Visit thesoupcuptc.com for more information.
As hearty as a big family dinner, with the depth and freshness of just harvested produce, Charlotte Jones’ Humble Boy deftly examines the relationship of a family. Befuddled, awkward and often stuttering, astro-physicist Felix Humble searches for meaning, redemption and purpose when he returns to his countryside family home following his father’s death. Alongside his self-absorbed mother Flora and a cast of unique characters, Felix struggles to find peace and direction amidst the verdant gardens and beehives of his home. “…A play with an immensely smart head and a big, puzzled but so engaging heart,” (Financial Times), this production contains mature language and content.
For more information, visit oldtownplayhouse.com.