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We are currently in the early stages of planning our reopening plans for the fall. The Station Dinner Theatre will be opening safely under strict Health Department Guidelines and following CDC guidelines and protocols.
The first stage will include limited box office hours in June, followed by opening our first show in mid July.
We are excited to be able to continue our tradition of bringing our unique dining and entertainment back to the community.
Tentative productions and show dates:
"Bless Me Father" July 14- 28
"Money Matters" August 11-29
40th Annual "A Canterbury Feast" Sept 11 - Nov 21
"Golden Senior Moments" - Oct 2- 13
"31st Annual Christmas Memories" - Dec 1 - Dec 19
*All tickets purchased for the previous 2020 season will be honored.
***Please note, that all dates are subject to change as the current Covid-19 situation continues to develop and change over the summertime, following all Department of Health Regulations and CDC guidelines.
Your safety is of the utmost importance to us! Our first responsibilities are to our patrons, cast and staff.
Keep checking back with us for more information!
We thank you in advance for your understanding and patience during this unprecedented time and for your support of the Erie Station Dinner Theatre.
The Station Dinner Theatre in Erie, PA.
The most unique dining and entertainment destination in the region.
Featuring one-of-a-kind Medieval Feasts, a 50’s Jukebox Hop, a Wild West and Roaring 20’s musical comedies, as well as a magical holiday musical, interactive comedies and murder mysteries, weekday comedies and musicals!
Thirty years of phenomenal dinner theatre! Performers in character serve the food for all shows!
Cast of "DRINKING HABITS"
Knaves and Wenches of "A Canterbury Feast" 2016
Cast of "DRINKING HABITS"
BLESS ME FATHER
A Comedy by T. A. Powell
Directed by Paul Urbanowicz
David Durst * Carrie Smith * Tim Wickham
Ruth Scandale * Lisa Rawson * Adam Rossi
This is a comedy depicting the happenings in a small Irish parish when the rumor that the Pope, John Paul II is coming for a visit.
The priest comes down sick, the janitor gets locked in the confessional and is forced to listen to the confessions of the parish.
The janitor's wit and wisdom helps to set thing right, but not before the audience gets a good laugh at the goings-on inside this small town.
“I must ‘confess’, it was a gloriously funny time.”…The Post Gazette