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6400 Carrier Drive, Orlando, Florida, USA
  • I am usually not a huge fan of dinner theatre, but while traveling in Kissimmee, Florida, I attended a great interactive dinner show that I greatly enjoyed
  • The first thing I noticed was that the stage set was elaborate, complete with a very authentic-looking Spanish galleon with 40 foot masts in a lagoon and the audience was seated surrounding the ship/stage in smaller ‘ships
  • The first stage of the evening was a delicious appetizer buffet, which we helped ourselves to while we waited for the show to begin
  • But I left very impressed with this dinner theatre because it was well done, entertaining and the food and the show were of the highest quality

    • by Jessie Bahrey
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      I am usually not a huge fan of dinner theatre, but while traveling in Kissimmee, Florida, I attended a great interactive dinner show that I greatly enjoyed. My friends had made the reservations ahead of time, so we got to the theatre in Orlando, and we were seated and our server/pirate brought drinks for the table and we got to take in the atmosphere. The first thing I noticed was that the stage set was elaborate, complete with a very authentic-looking Spanish galleon with 40 foot masts in a lagoon and the audience was seated surrounding the ship/stage

      in smaller ‘ships.’ I was quite impressed, and was looking forward to the show. The show is divided into 4 stages, and we sipped our drinks while everyone else arrived.

      We got to choose from the dinner menu as soon as we sat down; the ‘Port of Call Feast’ was a choice of soup or salad to start, chicken, pork or a seafood entrée with our choice of rice or potatoes, and a choice of desserts. There is a cash bar of course and a kids’ menu as well. The first stage of the evening was a delicious appetizer ...


      • buffet, which we helped ourselves to while we waited for the show to begin. The food was plentiful and the selection was extensive-everything from soups and salads to wings, shrimp, Asian appetizers and dry ribs. Afterward, dinner was served, and I have to say that the serves, dressed in pirate costumes of course, were excellent.

        The show portion of the evening was very entertaining and, as promised, was as Broadway caliber acting, singing and dancing. Everything from the lighting, special effects and elaborate costumes was of the highest quality. The kids in the audience were even allowed to

        participate. Some of the special effects included cannon shots and sword fights. I was impressed.

        After the show, the last stage of the night was the Buccaneer Bash, where the crew joins the audience for drinks and dancing. We stayed for a while and then left as we had to drive early the next day. But I left very impressed with this dinner theatre because it was well done, entertaining and the food and the show were of the highest quality. A good night for all ages!

        Show times: Every night 7:30pm

        Tickets: $58.95 per person, children 3-12 years $38.95




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