If you grew up in the 60’s or even if you didn’t, you will not want to miss Carousel Productions newest interactive dinner theater presentation, “Class of ’69: A Reunion”. Carousel, Macon’s community theater, is bringing the 60’s to life with what is being toted as the “coolest class reunion of the year with the hottest 60’s band in town!” And the best news! Everyone who attends is part of the Class of 69!! The audience starts out as ticket-holding “guests,” but quickly become participants in the hilarity. There is no sitting back, relaxing and just “watching” this show.
Co-directors and Co-Writers Jeanne Marie Fiquet and Mary Beth Lolli Truitt (the writing team that brought you Kid n’ Kate’s Western Wedding), have plans on just how to keep everyone entertained. The show will be held at Shoemaker’s Event Center in Bevier on April 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, and 21, 2018. Reunion seating and social hour to “meet your classmates” will be between 6:15 and 6:45 p.m. with the reunion beginning at 7 p.m.
The night will be filled with hilarious antics by the Carousel Cast (made of area-wide actors and musicians), dancing, and a delicious meal prepared by Chef J.P Hartung and Jeanne Fiquet and Friends. Beer and wine will be available for purchase. Everyone in the cast from the caterers to the band members are acting out the comedy nonstop. “There will be hilarity in every corner for those who attend. Some of the antics are planned…some will just happen! That is the true fun of a show like this,” says Fiquet and Truitt
Admission to “Class of 69: A Reunion” is $22 which includes the show, dinner, and the dance. Advance Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance. Tickets are on sale at the Royal Theatre in Downtown Macon. Box Office Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday – Friday. Out of Town or after-hour reservations can be made by calling 660-676-2892. You can also find updated show information on Face Book under Carousel Productions- Macon, MO