Indianapolis, IN 46268
About Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre
Dinner and a show is B&B’s raison d'être — as well as its outstanding gift shop. Located in College Park, the theater entertains more than 155,000 people annually. The buffet comes with the ticket. Food prepared by the in-house chef, a full-service bar and gourmet desserts are additional features to the main attraction: the stage. While classic hits and well-known favorites — primarily musicals — reign supreme here, specially produced student matinees make this a theater the entire family can enjoy. The venue operates year-round and nightly (except Mondays when special musical-acts can be seen).
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A perfect bet for those who might enjoy performances of
The Chipmunk Song
All I Want for Christmas Is a Real Good Tan
accompanied by a prime rib.
David Schmittou, as the theatre critic who learns his aunts are up to something nefarious, is a textbook of vocal, facial and bodily expressions in the kickoff to B
B's 40th season.
As one of only seven Equity dinner theatres in the nation, Beef
Boards has survived where more than a hundred others have failed. Owner Doug Stark explains how.
Always on top of the sharp dialogue and never heavy-handed, the cast articulated the heart and soul of the show, without giving short shrift to its slapstick comedy.
Boards' production of this classic musical reminds us of humanity's plight and the importance of family.
Seven musician/singers proficient on 24 instruments and in just about every style make 'Smoke on the Mountain' work. Back by popular demand at Beef
It's the best Les Mis Rita's ever seen, and she's seen a bunch.
Did Eliot imbue his seemingly nonsensical poems with philosophical, sociological and psychological import? He wrote 'The Waste Land,
Porter's hummable music and always smart, alternately tender and saucy lyrics make us wish they still were writing songs like that.
The vinyl record The Man in the Chair spins to perk himself up transforms his shabby apartment into a glitzy showbiz parody of 1920s American musical comedy.
A slapstick musical rooted in ageless wisdom. Bring a child and the child within yourself to imagine your individual, special Neverland on stage.