Dinner Theatre

Dinner Theatre

Marion

is a great place to visit and just a few minutes from the Inn.

So many Things to Do- from Presidental Home to theatre to popcorn!

Dinner Theatre

with HideAway Country Inn and Marion Palace Theatre

Make it a Cultural Weekend- 

Plan an early dinner with in the dining room at HideAway CountryInn. then travel a short 10 minutes to a beautiful quality restored Marion Palace theatre from the early 1900's.  enjoy acoustical sounds from the live stage. 

After the Show enjoy a late night snack or your favorite cocktail or bottle of wine, either in your suite or in the Leaning Oak Bistro.

A special all-inclusive  package Dinner theatre packages are available.

 

WOODY: His Life, Times & Teachings

Sunday, October 6,2013

 

Jeff Hall stars in a one-man, two-hour show celebrating the legendary Coach. A three-dimensional portrait of Woody, his beliefs and how he came to hold them, this production – a play, motivational speech and lecture by one of OSU’s best professors all in one – is like spending an evening with the legendarcy Coach. Naturally it’s laced with Buckeye football history, but the core of the show isn’t about football at all. It’s about how to be a success in life. It’s about being a winner, taking personal responsibility, understanding the importance of education, hard work and paying forward, all presented against the backdrop of world history and Buckeye football. Based on hours and hours of interviews with players and coaches including Richard Mack, Kurt Schumacher, Dave Foley, Bill Armstrong, Chuck Hutchinson, Tom Batista, Craig Cassady, Coach Chuck Clausen, alan Jack, John Hicks, Richard Ferko, Archie Griffin, Ted Provost, Jeff Kaplan, Mark George, Rex Kern and coach Earle Bruce. Jeff Hall’s uncanny performance as “Woody” has earned standing ovations and evoked laughter, tears and cheers for Ohio State Football fans and non-fans alike.
Sponsored by Central Ohio Farmers Co-op, Morral Companies and Ohio Arts Council

 

Sandy Hackett's Rat Pack Show

 

Sunday - October 27, 2013

 

 

Sandy Hackett’s Rat Pack show looks like Vegas and feels like Broadway. Celebrating 50 years of the Rat Pack, this show has been hailed as the next best thing to the Rat Pack themselves – style with substance, swing with swagger, and a non-stop party that everyone wanted to access. Experience the most authentic Rat Pack show in the world with exciting brand new arrangements of classic songs everyone knows and loves. The show features Sandy Hackett (Buddy Hackett’s son), Lisa Dawn Miller (daughter of Ron Miller), a remarkable cast with David DeCosta, Doug Sparks, Tony Basile, and a musical team of Mae Christopher Hardin and Conductor Joey Singer. The new 50th Anniversary Rat Pack Tour brings the legacy of the Rat Pack in a one-of-a-kind production that is sure to be a hit with Palace patrons.

Sponsored in part by Ohio Arts Council

 

Saturday, February 8,2014

 

Decades: The Concert
With Ryan J Ratliff

 

Music aficionados will be overjoyed when La Rue, Ohio native and Broadway veteran, Ryan J Ratliff presents an original production Decades: The Concert. Audience members will be transported on a musical journey of boy bands through the decades. Ryan, along with three seasoned performers will get the party started with The Crew Cuts and Bill Haley’s Comets in the 50s to The Four Seasons, Beach Boys and Beatles in the 60s. These four Broadway guys take you through the best of the Byrds and Credence Clearwater Revival, as well as the 70s with Jackson 5, Queen and the BeeGees. After giving tribute to the 80s with Journey, Bon Jovi and New Kids on the Block, they will come full swing by giving props to the Mecca of boy bands in the 90s and close with a medley spanning all five decades of incredible music: all made famous by Boy Bands of the Decades.
Sponsored in part by Ohio Arts Council

 

Saturday, March 22,2014
The Church Basement Ladies
A Mighty Fortress is our Basement

 

 

A celebration of the church basement kitchen and the women who work there, Church Basement Ladies is a new musical comedy featuring four distinct characters and their relationships as they organize the food and solve the problems of a rural Minnesota church about to undergo changes in 1964. From the elderly matriarch of the kitchen to the young bride-to-be learning the proper order of things, we see them handle a record breaking Christmas dinner, the funeral of a dear friend, a Hawaiian Easter Fund Raiser, and, of course, a steaming hot July wedding. They stave off potential disasters, share and debate recipes, instruct the young, and keep the Pastor on due course while thouroughly enjoying (and tolerating) each other as they true “steel magnolias” of the church. Funny and down to earth, audience will recognize these ladies as they witness the church year unfold from below the house of God. This is most certainly true!

Sponsored in part by Marion Industrial Center and Ohio Arts Council

Thursday, March 27,2014

Two on Tap
A Tribute to Song and Dance

TWO ON TAP marks the creative collaboration of celebrated musical theatre performers Melissa Giattino and Ron DeStefano. Gorgeous vocals, exciting tap choreography and unique musical arrangements all take center stage in their two hit shows, A Tribute to Song and Dance and Tap Rhapsody. At the Marion Palace, audience members will enjoy a trip down Memory Lane they’ll never forget. Reveling in the chemistry and artistry of vintage couples like Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, TWO ON TAP’s original hit production shows why those famous dancing duos from vaudeville and the Silver Screen continue to impress. In this fast-paced and fun-filled show, classic songs by Gershwin, Mercer, Berlin and other Tin Pan Alley songwriters bring audiences back in time, taking a fresh look at the exciting lost art form of duo song-and-dance.
Sponsored in part by Ohio Arts Council

Saturday April 12, 2014

Paul Revere and the Raiders

Now celebrating 55 years in the business, Paul Revere has a style: a sixth sense for pleasing an audience. The magic chemistry of his personality has been a major factor in the Raiders’ rise to popularity; and not by sheer accident. He has created, over a period of time, a highly polished act built on warmth and spontaneity. Paul has a knack for finding the finest talent and personalities to keep his goup a top entertaining act year after year. The group consists of founding member Paul Revere, Doug Heath (group’s lead guitarist for over 35 year), Ron Foos (bassist for over 35 years), Danny Krause (keyboardist for over 28 years), Darren Dowler (lead vocalist and Vocal Group Hall of Fame inductee) and Tommy Scheckel (drummer and newest member). It’s sure to be a good time when Paul Revere & The Raiders take the Palace stage.

Sponsored in part by The First Citizens National Bank, McCoy Landscape Services, Inc., Dr. David Foulk-Marion Ob/Gyn, Inc. and Ohio Arts Council

Saturday May 3,2014

Manhattan Transfer 

Few groups have a more distinguished musical pedigree than The Manhattan Transfer performing a blend of fusion jazz, doo wop, Latin melodies, pop/rock, and on and on. Since their formation in New York City in the early ‘70s, the quartet is widely renowned for broadening the musical landscape with their innovative, genre defying sound. The Platinum-selling jazz/pop group has won 10 Grammy Awards and earned 17 nominations and in 1985, their recording Vocalese earned 12 Grammy nominations, securing the group’s status as one of the most important and innovative vocal groups in the history of popular music. The Manhattan Transfer has earned its place as a major staple within the music community continuing to create compelling vocal music that draws audiences of all ages and walks of life. With worldwide sales in the millions, Grammy Awards by the dozen, and as veterans of sold-out world tours, we now welcome The Manhattan Transfer to the Marion Palace Theatre. Don’t miss this incredible concert that will feature many of their hit songs such as “Birdland,” “Operator,” “Tuxedo Junction,” “Chanson d’Amour,” “The Boy from New York City” and more.

Sponsored in part by Gunder-Hall & Folk, Wyandot Inc. and Ohio Arts Council

All-inclusive package includes:

  • 3-course dinner in Fireside Dining Room for 2
  • 2 of the best tickets in the house- based on availability 
  •  4star accomondations including double whirlpool tub, 
  • Flowers upon arrival in your suite
  • Bottle of bubbly from the Award Winning Wine Spectator Cellar
  • Full hearty breakfast 
  • Late check out 

Red Carpet Package: 549

Tony Award Package : 479

paparazzi package: 399

All packages may be customized. Sales tax and gratuity not included.

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