Mrs. Ethel Savage (Eve Davidson) a slightly eccentric widow, has inherited $10 million from her late husband and is giving it away to help others realize their dreams. Hoping to shock her to her senses, her greedy step-children (Adam Bright, Jay Hansor and Colleen Patten) institutionalize her. There she meets a variety of social misfits who need the help she can provide - Hannibal (Dave Sincox) plays the violin but has no talent, Jeffrey (Greg Pratt) has an imaginary scar on his face, Florence (Laura Potter) carries around a doll thinking he is her son; Fairy May (Laura Croff Wheaton) a plain girl who believes she is beautiful needs to hear that she is loved and Mrs. Paddy (Jan Ross) paints and only says a list of what she hates. They soon endear themselves to Mrs. Savage and become co-conspirators in her scheme to send the greedy step children on a wild goose chase for the money. Providing the voice of reasons and kindness are Dr. Emmett (Dan Pappas) and Nurse Willie (Sarah Hauck). This heart-warming comedy leaves the audience feeling that the virtues of kindness and affection have not been entirely lost in a world that seems at times to only be motivated by greed and dishonesty.
- Meatloaf w/ Brown Gravy, Twice Baked Mashed Potatoes, California Vegetable Medley, Tossed Salad (w/ Ranch, Catalina, and Light Italian), Dinner Roll w/butter, Desserts: Carrot Cake & Fruit Pie, Coffee and lemonade.
A vegetarian option is available upon request when making your reservation.
$33 adult - $28 senior 62+
(517) 243-6040 reservations required for dinner
$15 show only without dinner - available at the door.
Dinner at 6:30pm Show at 7:30 pm