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PLATO's Inaugural production and diPlato's "Moonlight and Magnolias" at the Golden Apple Dinner Theatre
David O. Selznick is determined to rewrite Gone with the Wind. He engages the services of “script doctor” Ben Hecht, who has never read the book, and director Victor Fleming, poached straight from the set of The Wizard of Oz. An insight into 1930s Hollywood and an epic of laughter - starring Chris Caswell, Ryan Fitts, Alana Opie and B.J. Wilkes, directed by Carole Kleinberg.
Chef Caldwell's summer menu will be available for purchase separately (except on May 17).
More About Golden Apple Dinner Theatre
A downtown Sarasota mainstay, the Golden Apple Dinner Theatre pioneered the live dinner theatre concept nearly 40 years ago. Today, it is the longest running theatre of its kind in the United States. Running six to eight shows a year for an average of eight-week runs, the modest-sized auditorium/dining room manages to seat over 260 guests while providing everyone a view of the action on stage. On Friday nights it offers free "drag queen bingo," which has proven so popular that sometimes customers have had to be turned away, so be sure to come early.