Audience members have said: "(It's) like having a slice of Broadway in your own back yard" and "Just wanted to say that the performance, food and hospitality of MDT is second to none...You have an Indiana treasure in your theatre and performers." We work hard to earn those compliments. We strive to present professional-level theatre and support arts education in our area. Add to that the wonderful home-cooked food, and the quaint atmosphere of our establishment and you have an entertainment experience that just can't be beaten. Here at MDT, we live up to our slogan; you may come as a guest, but we will do everything we can to make sure you leave as family!
Regularly Scheduled Performance Days:
A show can be scheduled on any day or evening, provided there is a request from a group of at least 25 to open one, and actors are available. Please call (765) 798-4902 x2 to find out if any additional shows have been scheduled, or to open a new date.
Wednesday matinees: meal at noon, show at 1:30 Friday evenings: meal at 6:30, show at 8:00 Saturday matinees: meal at noon, show at 1:30 Saturday evenings: meal at 6:30, show at 8:00
April 25 - May 17, 2014
Sandy and Ruth Edna are at it again! After their very successful gospel sing last year, they have been invited to the Lucky Break Casino for the first gospel awards ceremony ever held in Las Vegas. But trouble soon arises when Ruth Edna gambles away the Dixie Theatre! With the help of the Sister Act Tribute Band of nuns, This Little Light 'O Mine Children's Choir, and the Mellot Family Singers, they must turn the awards ceremony into another benefit to save the theatre once again. This hilarious show is sure to be a fun one for all ages!
Date: April 6, 2014 When: 2:00 - 5:00 Eastern Time Date: April 7, 2014 When: 6:00 - 9:00 Eastern Time Where: In the dinner theatre, 108 Water Street, Hillsboro, IN 47949
Please prepare a complete song (can be from the show if you wish) and bring your own accompaniment CD. There will be a movement audition, so dress accordingly. Readings will be from the script. All roles are open. See Auditions tab for further descriptions. Roles are paid.
Please contact director Linnéa Leatherman at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
2014 Gospel Concert Series
Thursday, May 29: The Dove Brothers
Sunday, September 7: The Overtones
Sunday, September 21: Hoosier Harmony
Thursday, October 9: The Allen Family
Thursday, October 23: The Taylors
Thursday, November 6: The Rob Mills Family
Thursday, November 20: The Browns
Thursday, December 11: Triumphant
Triumphant matinee and evening performances
Now Playing: March 21 - April 12, 2014
Michael Starkwedder arrives at the home of Richard Warwick with a spot of road trouble - his car has broken down a short distance away. But he soon finds that the road trouble is nothing compared to what waits for him in the house. A murder has just been committed, and Laura Warwick, the victim’s wife, is the most likely suspect. Michael feels compelled to help Laura cover up the crime. Thus begins a game of cat and mouse with the police, in a house where everyone had reason to hate the victim. Michael soon begins to suspect that Laura might be covering for someone else. Any one of the people in the house could have committed the murder, but whodunit? Find out in this thrilling murder mystery by the queen of crime.
TWO WEEK ONLY SPECIAL EVENT: Revolution Productions, LLC In association with Myers Dinner Theatre presents Happy Days, The Musical Book by Garry Marshall Music and Lyrics by Paul Williams
Directed by Preston Dildine Musical Direction by John P. Blair Choreography by Katie Schneider and Preston Dildine
Based on the popular, long-lived television series, all the familiar characters are back in a new plot. When Arnold’s Drive-in is in danger of closing, the whole town bands together to try to stop it, including the ever-cool Fonz. Don’t miss this high-energy show full of laughs and toe-tapping tunes.
CAST: Richie Cunningham: Brandon Beck Arthur “The Fonz” Fonzarelli: Tyler Brock Pinkie Tuscadero: Renee Spencer Ralph Malph: Andrew Thompson Warren “Potsie” Webber: Tanner Thurman Marion Cunningham: Linnéa Leatherman Joanie Cunningham: Katie Schneider Chachi Arcola: Nick Maxwell
Also featuring: Nina Myers, Alex Hughes Bryana Perry, Katie Dildine and Preston Dildine
Weekday matinees begin with dinner at 12:00 p.m. and show at 1:30; Friday and Saturday evening performances with dinner at 6:30 p.m. and show at 8:00. Sunday matinees feature dinner at 1:00 and show at 2:30. All times are Eastern Standard Time. There are not shows on all days, so please call for specific dates available. The cost for dinner and show is $36 (tax included); children 4-18 are $25. Group prices are available. Show-only tickets are also available for $20, but you’ll miss that wonderful home-cooked buffet. For more information or reservations, call the MDT office at 765-798-4902, ext. 2. The theatre is located at 108 Water Street, Hillsboro, Indiana and is handicapped-accessible and microphone-free.