Theatre group to offer shows with dinners
BLOOMSBURG — With the Alvina Krause Theatre shuttered because of COVID-19, the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble is lining up a series of “Sunday Suppers In September.”
The acclaimed professional theatre ensemble, headquartered at 126 Center St. in downtown Bloomsburg, announces a collaboration with The Blind Pig Kitchen to offer “an evening of delicious, locally produced food and delightful low-key entertainment.”
All performances are at the Blind Pig Farm outside Benton.
The lineup for the “Sundays Suppers In September:” “Eat My Shorts”on Sept. 13, “Short Form Improv” on Sept. 20 and “Shakespeare Shorts” Sept. 27.
“Eat My Shorts” offers an “eclectic evening of contemporary short stories, poems, and plays” read aloud by BTE members.
“Short Form Improv” promises a “night of feasting and frivolity” with the audience to chortle at some of the funniest improv jokes this side of the Susquehanna.
“Shakespeare Shorts” turns to the bard’s poetry and scenes from his greatest plays.
There is a cost for the three-course meal and show.
Audiences can choose from chicken, pork, or vegetable entrees.
BTE emphasizes that seating is limited with socially-distanced outdoor dining at the Blind Pig Farm.
For information and tickets: visit http://www.btealt.org/