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April 21 @ 5:30 pm - April 29 @ 10:00 pm
Embassy Theatre has recently announced its Cabaret/Ristorante Ottaviani Dinner/Theatre Package that will be held in conjunction with “Cabaret” – starring NYC’s phenomenal Danny Durr and Cumberland’s spectacular Kimberli Rowley!
The package includes a full dinner and dessert at Ottaviani’s, admission to the Embassy’s “Cabaret”, a complimentary cocktail at the show, reserved VIP seating at the show and opportunity for post-show photographs with cast members. The restaurant and theatre are within walking distance of each other!
Ristorante Ottaviani Menu
Bread w/oil and garlic or butter
Choice of one entree:
* Shredded Pork Cacciatore
* Pasta Primavera
* Pasta Bolognese
* Spaghetti w/Meatballs
* Cheese Ravioli
* Pasta Alfredo w/Chicken
Choice of one dessert:
Those making reservations for the dinner/theatre package are to call the Embassy at (240) 362-7183 and leave a message – choosing one of the following dates: Apr 21, 22, 28 or 29. All calls will be returned, and Embassy will take care of all of the reservation arrangements. Details for dinner times and package payments will be given when callbacks are made.
Cost for the dinner/theatre package is $85 couple/$45 single.
Embassy Theatre is located on the Downtown Cumberland Mall, 49 Baltimore Street, Cumberland, MD. For more information call the Embassy, or visit embassytheatrecumberland on Facebook.
“Cabaret” will run April 21-23 and 28-30, with shows on Fridays and Saturdays, 8 pm, and on Sundays at 2:30 pm. Tom Valentine is directing, with live music direction by Beau Hartman.
Other cast members are Tim Bambara, Nicole Halmos, Mark Perman, Stephen Gumtz, Aimee Conley, Brittany Eberly, Sophie Davis, Jessica Seminerio Grapes, Emily Haworth, Skylar Spanburgh, Chelsea Conley, Jesse Wilson and Brett Reel.
Stage Manager: Jennifer Grein; Lights: Victor Dion Freil; Stage Hand: Ed Kegg; Producer: Jerard Puckett; Public Relations: Trish Morgan.
Embassy events and activities are supported in part by the Allegany County Arts Council and the City of Cumberland.