Actors serve as waiters. Fresh Salad bar. Peel yourself shrimp. Varied hot dinner buffet. Great desserts!
"The end of the afternoon you leave with the great feeling you have enjoyed another theatrical production with your whole family. In a nutshell, you can't beat Candlelight and that's why Nunsense (2015) was our 48th trek down from Northeast Philly, 42 miles each way...an afternoon with our extended family."
“From divas to fiddlers on the roof”Visited January 2015, Reviewed July 9, 2015 via mobile
"I have been to several shows here from a drag show to a classic play. The food has always been wonderful and the buffet gives everyone something to enjoy. As for views, given this is a small theater there is not a bad seat. So for a cost effective local show you can not beat this venu!"
“Local talent does very professional job of putting on top notch shows”Visited April 2015,
“Top rate performance and fun for the whole family”Reviewed May 2013,
We have seen Annie and Bye bye Birdie and we had a wonderful experience both times. Our kids (7&9) loved it as much as we did. The performances are impressive and having your waiter be in the show is a fun feature. It is worth every penny.
Arthur, King of the Britons
About Brian McCole
Apart from being a full-time stapling machine, he can give a cat influenza. You can’t get much more interesting than that. Or can you? Recent roles include Young Frankenstein (Inspector Kemp), Fiddler on the Roof (The Constable), A Christmas Carol (Bob Cratchit), and The Rock School’s Nutcracker 1776 (Thomas Jefferson, General Mouse Howe). His voice can be heard in such video games as James Bond: From Russia With Love (Red Grant), and Resistance: Fall of Man (Lt. Buckler), and the audio play The Legend of Finn McCool, where he performs 13 characters. Brian earned his degree in Theatre from DeSales University. He is NOT The Messiah; he’s a very naughty boy!
About BRETT ANDERSON
BRETT ANDERSON has been singing, dancing, and acting like a fool for what feels like an eternity. While he thoroughly enjoys making his friends laugh and doing things purely for his own amusement, there is no feeling quite like being in front of an actual audience who have specifically come to see you perform. Candlelight has been a great place to experience, with very nice people who have all put in a lot of hard work. It’s kind of like being one of The Muppets; minus the rats and chickens, also nothing blows up. Anywho…..enjoy the show.
TIFFANY DAWN CHRISTOPHER
Lady of the Lake
About TIFFANY DAWN CHRISTOPHER
Tiffany Dawn Christopher is THRILLED to be back at Candlelight! She’s a graduate of Howard University where she majored in Communications and minored in Theatre. Audiences most recently saw her in Memphis the Musical playing the role of Felicia Farrell at the Wilmington Drama League. Her Candlelight credits include: How to Succeed, Young Frankenstein,
The Odd Couple-Female Version, Anything Goes, and Christmas by Candlelight. Her favorite shows include: Memphis the Musical (Felicia Farrell), Little Shop of Horrors (Ronnette), West Side Story (Fransica), The King and I (Eliza), and Into the Woods (The Witch – 2001 and 2004). She thanks God for blessing her with her talents and for allowing her to share them with the world. Thanks to Peter Rios for the opportunity and for trusting her with this role. Special thanks to her Family and Friends for all of their LOVE and SUPPORT!
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