Hope United Church, Agape Actors Co-Op and the legendary Monument Café of Georgetown
are joining forces to produce a dinner theatre production of the classic play
The Trip to Bountiful
by Horton Foote
September 12-14, 2013
as a benefit for Hope United Church and the Caring Place in Georgetown TX.
Monument Cafe, 510 S. Austin St., Georgetown - click for map
Tickets are on sale now.
The Trip to Bountiful is staged by veteran director Olin Meadows who has directed recent productions of Steel Magnolias, and You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown. The Production features Joan Baker as Mrs. Carrie Watts, the role that recently won Cicelll Tyson a Tony Award. Nicholas Mani, an alumnus of St. Edwards University and Summer Stock Austin joins in as Ludie Watts, the Son who is worried about his older mother. Rounding out the family is Ivah Marie Sorber, who was recently seen in her 7th production of the Vagina Monologues. Joining the cast is Austin theatre veterans Mindy Rast Keenan and R. Michael Clinkscales, along with Sun City actors Patrick McElhinney, and Chuck Schlewitt.
The production is being presented as dinner theatre featuring a fantastic and delicious buffet of home cooked food from The Monument café, the Gold winner of “Best of Georgetown” and has been featured on the Food Network and in Texas Monthly magazine. Monument Café features mostly organic vegetables which are locally grown, Kobe beef, and free range eggs.
Tickets range from 40.00 for VIP seating, 35.00 for General Admission and 30.00 for students and seniors, tickets are on sale now and are available online at
For those who are uncomfortable with online purchasing they may contact Olin Meadows at 512-468-0610 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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