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"As Manager of Bradford Travel Service, a division of Covered Wagon Motorcoach Tours I'm happy to write a review of "The Station Dinner Theatre"! What a great little theater located in Erie, PA! All "3" have been great. My guests & staff just rave about the performances and the meals!

Excellent staff to work with start -to-finish!
Highly recommended."

We are at the theater now and have enjoyed the soup, salad, bread, chicken and stuffing. Waiting for dessert. The food is delicious and served by the cast of the show. By the way- no utensils are given!! Finger food?? How fun!


The show is entertaining, funny and a lot of  participation.

We are enjoying this evening and will be back.

As a Station veteran, I've enjoyed many plays at The Station Theatre. Chicago Speakeasy is by far the FUNNIEST Play we've ever seen!


The couple at our table came from out of town to see and enjoyed it just as much!


Get ready to laugh till it hurts! THIS IS A MUST SEE!! The Amazing Review In The Erie Showcase...

"What A Night! A group of 18 crazy adults going to a crazy night at the theatre again. We had a couple newbies with us and they just raved about the meal, actors and actresses and the play. "Drinking Habits" it was a hoot- the end was not what you expected- funny as all getup. We have been going there for 4 or 5 years  and always find the shows are funnier than the year before. Will be coming back for another this year (from the Buffalo area) so it is not far.

2020 Season

2020 Season

Feb 7 -Feb 29

Murder at the Prom

  by: Peter DiPietro

Stroll down the lane that love paved as you and your sweetheart attend the high school senior prom.


But beware! Glory days soon turn into gory days as one among you is murdered, then another.


The list of suspects includes class snobs, the class outcast and a couple from the wrong side of the tracks.  Attend the prom and find out the answer, along with whodunit.


“Wonderful and exhilarating. The funniest interactive theatre I have ever experienced." - The Post Star


"An hilarious plot, funny and outrageous characters and a challenging mystery all in one delightful evening." - Globe and Gazette

Fridays at 6:30 PM * Saturdays at 5:30 PM * Sundays at 2:30 PM

FEBRUARY 7, 8, 14, 15, 22, 23, 28, 29

March 14- April 4


Bless Me Father

A Comedy by T. A. Powell

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 


 MARCH 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29, APRIL 4

April 18 - May 9


a comedy  by  Billy Van Zandt, Jane Milmore   


A young couple from Pennsylvania checks into a posh New York hotel to fill their weekend with bliss, only to have it filled with strangers.


Timothy and his wife have inadvertently booked the same honeymoon suite as Frankie and Wanda, an older couple from New Jersey. After they scuffle over the accommodations, no one is where or with whom they should be.


Filled with sight gags and one-liners, this play broke the house records at New Jersey's Dam Site Dinner Theater.


During the course of the evening, Timothy grows into a man, Elizabeth learns about trust, Frankie learns to respect women and Wanda learns to respect herself.

 “Enough one-liners to keep an orchestra of rim shot artists busy!” - The Daily Register

 “Suitehearts finds love and abundant laughter!” - Worcester Telegram and Gazette


APRIL 18, 19, 25, 26, MAY 1, 2, 9


May 23 - May 31 &

Oct 13 - Oct 23


Golden Senior Moments

an "Unforgettable" Musical Comedy

In the spirit of "The Old Folks" sketches from the Carol Burnett Show,

The Station Players bring you "Golden Senior Moments"…we all have them, a hysterical collection of short comedy sketches, and song parodies in a good-humored look at the "Golden years". 


 A comical salute to the Senior Citizen in all of us. A sure hit, no matter if you are young or old. 

Song Parodies include: "I Remember It Well" from Gigi, "I Am Woman (Hear me Roar)", "The Way We Were", "Yesterday /Help/ Eleanor Rigby", and much more!

MAY 23, 24, 30, 31

OCTOBER 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28


June 13 - June 28

Money Matters


all new comedy

by  Michael Parker, Susan Parker  

featuring the return of "Bud the Stud"

from "Sex Please, We're Sixty"!

If you liked “Sex Please We’re Sixty”, you are going to love “Money Matters”. 


“Bud the Stud” returns in this hysterical comedy. 


The late Mr. Hammond spent twenty years printing $20 bills on a printing press he built in the basement of Monet Manor. After his death ten years ago, his faithful retainer George and his daughter Annie, continued the family business for Mr. Hammond’s widow, who recently passed away.


Contrary to her promise to leave the manor and all her assets to George and Annie, she has bequeathed the manor to a stranger, Mr. Bud Davis, who is emphatic about turning it into a retirement home for ladies.


Determined to keep the manor, Annie invites an old friend and sorority sister, Charmaine Beauregard, to play the role of a ghost, to help convince Bud that the manor is unsuitable for a retirement home because it is haunted.

JUNE 13, 14, 19, 20, 27, 28

July 18 - Aug 2


Snake-Eye Sam’s Saloon Showdown

a Wild West-Style Musical Comedy

An all new musical comedy dinner theatre…

the Saloon Players take you back to the year 1875 where cowboys and dancing can-can girls were as common as buffalo roamin’ the range.


The Saloon Players not only perform, but also serve a delicious chuck-wagon-chow-down of a meal. Don’t miss this “Snake-Eye Sam’s Saloon Showdown”, fun for the whole family. 


JULY 18, 19, 25, 26, AUGUST 1, 2 

August 15- August 30


Smoking Section

A Comedy by  Brian Pollock

Note: There is no real or simulated smoking in "Smoking Section"

IIn this hilarious comedy of errors, four different couples will meet at a posh Italian restaurant in Brooklyn for a dinner they will never forget. 


"Smoking Section" follows a waiter named Pasquale through the night shift in an Italian joint in Bay Ridge.


He encounters customers who solicit his help with various predicaments they‘ve gotten themselves into. Although Pasquale wants to help them, his absent-mindedness leads to a night of constant confusion and hilarity.

Note:  There is no real or simulated smoking in “Smoking Section.”

AUGUST 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30

September 12 - November 21

40th Anniversary!!!!

40th Annual "A Canterbury Feast"

The One, The Only, The Original Medieval-Style Musical Comedy!

Join in the fun at the 39th 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. where the knaves & wenches take you back to the year 1492 for this Musical Comedy, not only perform, BUT also serve your meal! All “a la” no utensils. Drink Hail


SEPTEMBER 12, 13, 19, 20, 25, 26,

OCTOBER 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25,

NOVEMBER 1, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21

Dec 5 - Dec 20



  30th Annual Holiday Musical

Start your holiday season off right with this heart-warming musical in which the true meaning of Christmas is always celebrated.  Join the Holiday Harmony Singers in the All New 31st Annual holiday show…


It’s sure to get even “Scrooge” in the holiday spirit!  This upbeat holiday musical always reflects on family and the true meaning of Christmas.


The Erie Station Dinner Theatre is the place to be to ring in the holidays with an ALL NEW family holiday musical!  Plus, our Traditional Finale “Let There Be Peace On Earth”  

WEEKENDS DECEMBER 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20

The Station Dinner  Theatre

4940 Peach Street

Erie, Pa 16509







Box Office  Hours


Monday through Friday  11:00 AM -  6:00 PM


Saturday: 3:00 PM until Showtime 

(Show Days Only)


Sunday: 1:00 PM until Showtime 

(Show Days Only