NEW: FRYdays at Memories
Get an AYCE Wisconsin Fish Fry or AYCE World Famous Broasted Chicken Dinner and show for just $35 on Friday nights!
FRIDAY NIGHT MENU: All You Can Eat Fish Fry (Cod) or Broasted Chicken Dinner: Broasted Potatoes, Steamed Vegetable Blend, Dinner Salad, Warm Dinner Rolls, Memories famous fluff, Dessert
Matinees: 11:45 am Doors Open, 12:30 pm Dinner, 1:45 pm Show
Shows play Tuesdays and Wednesday Matinees
Shows play Friday and Saturday evenings with matinees on Sundays and second Saturdays marked with an asterisk*
Show plays as a proscenium production
Show plays as in-the-round production
April 4, 5*, 6, 11, 12*, 13, 2014 (Dates with * feature both a matinee and evening show)
“Showtime at First Baptist”
Comedy by Ron Osborne - A Samuel French Production
First Baptist of Ivy Gap's 100th anniversary picnic was a smashing success, except for the bolt of lightning that struck the church's steeple, igniting a fire that destroyed the sanctuary, and so much more. In the wake of the disaster, key women of the church – led by Edith, the pastor's take-charge wife –plan a talent show to help raise funds and spirits, and maybe shock a Baptist or two along the way.
Menu : (Exception: Friday Nights- See “FRYDays at Memories above”) Southern Fried Chicken, Pork Loin with baked apples, Mashed potatoes with gravy, Baked Wild Rice, Steamed Vegetable Blend, Memories famous fluff, Spinach salad with Hot bacon dressing, Corn Meal Muffins, Bread Pudding.
Sure to be an instant classic...This touching comedy is full of laughs, realistic characters and thought-provoking issues...The Southern women who inhabit the world of Ivy Gap are amazing! Osborne can definitely write great women characters... It's small-town politics at its most entertaining...Bring the whole family. - Washington County News
June 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 2014
“Fox on the Fairway”
Comedy by Ken Ludwig - A Samuel French Production
This hilarious tribute takes audiences on a romp which pulls the rug out from underneath the stuffy denizens of a private country club. Filled with mistaken identities, slamming doors, and over-the-top romantic shenanigans, it's a furiously paced comedy that recalls the Marx Brothers' classics. A charmingly madcap adventure about love, life, and man's eternal love affair with... golf.
MENU: Chicken Marsala with mushrooms, Wild Rice, Steamed Vegetable Blend, Memories Famous Fluff, Strawberry Spinach Salad, Warm Dinner Rolls, Rhubarb Cake
There’s something magical about the sound of explosive laughter in a theater. That is the kind of magic offered with Ken Ludwig’s The Fox on the Fairway. - Alexandria Gazette Packet
July 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 2014
“The Kids Left, the Dog Died, Now What”?
Musical Comedy by Carole Caplan Lonner - A Samuel French Production
As introduced on NBC's 'Today Show', this musical comedy salutes those valiantly struggling with divorce on their hands, gravity on their bodies, grandchildren on their self-images and the dating scene on their egos. The risks and uncertainties of being alive come alive through song and scene. Aging gracefully is the final frontier! A humorous and heartfelt look at the day-to-day concerns of the over-fifty 'empty-nester' crowd including everything from retirement and AARP, dating to divorce, plastic surgery and grandparenting.
MENU: Open Faced Turkey Sandwich, Dirty Mashed Potatoes with gravy, Steamed Vegetable Blend, Memories Famous Fluff, Dinner Salad with French dressing, Warm Dinner Rolls, Strawberry shortcake
August 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 2014
"Don’t Say Goodbye… I’m Not Leaving"
Comedy by Roger Karshner - A Samuel French Production
Do you have the will to make a will? When admitted to the hospital with a non-specific illness, Herb is pressured by his wife to discuss his ‘wishes’ with her brother, Bruce, a high-powered attorney. He begrudgingly agrees, but during the meeting between Herb and Bruce, Bruce spontaneously collapses into a coma, leaving Herb to defend Bruce’s ‘wishes’ and keep the medical ‘idiots’ from pulling the plug by caring for Bruce in his own home. A month later, as Bruce’s condition remains static, the stressful situation escalates into hilarity.
MENU: Beef Stroganoff over Buttered Noodles, Steamed Vegetable Blend, Memories famous fluff, Dinner Salad with French Dressing, Warm Dinner Rolls, Heath Bar Torte
Funny, compassionate, and highly entertaining, embracing a contemporary theme and subject to which we can all relate. - San Antonio Express-News
September 23, 24, 30, October 1, 7, 8, 9 2014
“Seniors of the Sahara”
Comedy by Barb Pease Weber- a Samuel French Production
Sylvia Goldberg’s troubles begin when the old teapot she purchased while in Israel for her grandson’s wedding turns out to be the abode of a geriatric genie named ‘Eugene’ with a bad back and a penchant for vodka and V8. Not only does this retired New Jersey teacher struggle trying to keep her new ‘friend’ a secret from her three best friends, but when Eugene’s former master tracks her down and threatens her at knifepoint, her very safety is at risk. Be careful what you wish for, Sylvia, it may just come true! A magical romantic comedy for seniors and “juniors” of all ages.
MENU: Our Famous Broasted Chicken, Cheesy Potatoes, Steamed Vegetable Blend, Memories famous fluff, Dinner Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette dressing, Warm Dinner rolls, Apple Kuchen
October 31, November 1, 2, 7, 8*, 9, 2014 (Dates with * feature a matinee and evening performance)
“Harris Cashes Out”
Comedy by Londos D’Arrigo - A Dramatists’ Guild Production
Forty years ago, Harris Wellborn wrote an off-Broadway musical which infamously closed after just one performance. We find the now-elderly tunesmith down on his luck, living in a run-down apartment building dependent on the charity of his domineering sister- yet still dreaming of making it on Broadway. The laughs unfold when the witty Harris is thrown together with the flaky young woman and her scheming boyfriend who live down the hall. Thanks to the magic of the internet, Wellborn’s life takes a hilarious and unexpected turn when his neighbors come up with a devious plan to cash in on Harris’ past.
MENU: (Exception: Friday Nights- See “FRYDays at Memories above”) Lasagna, Oven Baked Honey Ham, Au gratin Potatoes, Steamed Vegetable Blend, Memories famous fluff, Dinner Salad with Ceasar dressing, Warm Dinner rolls, Cherrry Pretzel Torte
December 5, 6*, 7, 12, 13*, 14, 20, 2014 (Dates with * feature a matinee and evening performance)
“LM Montgomery Christmas”
by Jeremy Tow, David Snider, and Jeany Van Meltebeke
Piano arrangements and additional music by Dwight Siemens
This family-friendly feel-good holiday musical is the perfect way to welcome in the holiday season and fill your heart with the Christmas spirit. Be transported back in time to Christmas Eve, 1910, as passengers board a train to take them to their Christmas gatherings. When the train is halted by a blizzard, this diverse group of everyday folks, each with their own challenges, worries and anxieties, are drawn together and rediscover the true meaning of Christmas.
MENU: (Exception: Friday Nights- See “FRYDays at Memories above”) Chicken Cordon Bleu, Grilled Alaskan Salmon with Sweet Mango Salsa, Creamy Garlic Parmesan Orzo, Baked Sweet Potatoes, Steamed Vegetable Blend, Memories famous fluff, Dinner Salad with Athena Feta dressing, Warm Dinner rolls, New York Cheesecake topped with chocolate and mints