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In rehearsal for Canterbury Feast, opening September 24th!  Don’t wait, get your groups together and reserve now!  The hysterical “Princess To Be”, all new show this year celebrating 41 years!  Make your plans with your family and friends for “A Canterbury Feast”!

Sept 24 - Nov 19th

Close to or SOLD OUT Dates:

Sept 24  SOLD OUT!

Sept 25  SOLD OUT!

Oct 8    (10 seats left!)

Oct 22  ( 6 seats left! )

Oct 30  - SOLD OUT! 

The one, the only, the ORIGINAL


41st Annual Medieval Style Musical Comedy

"The Princess to be"


Cast 1 - Sept 24 - October 23

Barry McAndrew * Pam Durst * BJ Waide * Katie States * Ryan Ingram

Monica Williams * Riley Droney * Chris Hinchman

Cast 2 - October 28 - November 19

Barry McAndrew * Pam Durst * BJ Waide * Monica Williams

Michael Hipwell * Joleen Jeffrey * Steven George

Come Celebrate at the 41st Annual “A Canterbury Feast”, the original Medieval Musical Comedy.

All NEW mystical and magical evening at the longest-running  dinner theatre in the U.S.A.


Knaves & Wenches take you back to 1492 and not only perform, BUT also serve your meal! All “a la” no utensils. Drink Hail at “The Feast”!


September 24, 25, 30

Oct 1, 7, 8, 9, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30

Nov 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19


Stone Soup (Hearty Beef Vegetable)

Summer Leaf Salad with Tabbard Inn Dressing

Whole roasted Chicken Cassina

Zuppa Inglese with Apples and Cheese

Special Menus :

Due to limited kitchen staff,, we are unable to provide vegetarian,gluten-free meals, or special diet accommodations.

* Please see our Covid-19 Guidelines on our home page before purchasing tickets.

Covid-19 Guidelines


The Station Dinner Theatre Staff has gone to great extent to make sure our building has been thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. Your safety, as well as the safety of our staff and performers, is of utmost importance to us.
For public safety reasons, the following guidelines must be followed:

*Covid policy update:  Following the CDC's recommendations, as of April 1st, as long as the transmission rates for Erie County stay in the low to medium range, masks are encouraged to be worn, but not required. (Performers will still be masked while serving.)

If Erie County rises into the high transmission rate category, masking will again be required in all common areas and while watching the performance.

• Temperatures will be scanned for all patrons upon entering the building. If a customer, registers a temperature of 100.4 or more, they will not be admitted to the theatre. Your tickets will be honored for another performance.

• Table size will be limited to 6 people per table, unless all are from the same group/ household.

• Hand sanitizers and anti-bacterial soap has been placed on the lobby and restrooms. Please use them to maintain your safety.

• All performers and staff of The Station Dinner Theatre have been vaccinated. They will be masked and gloved throughout the serving portions of the event. They will not be wearing masks while performing.

These guidelines will be loosened or tightened as the pandemic situation changes.

Thank you for your cooperation.