This is a night I went to a dinner theatre restaurant and had a grand old time. This just happened to be when the fabulous “I Dream Of Jeannie” Barbara Eden was in town performing for several weeks.
She was perfection in her performance. The play was marvelous and I loved every minute of it.
I was also fortunate enough to meet her—but not on this particular day though. I met her on the street another week when she was out and about running around town. I mean, she was living here for about 10 weeks after all. She is the tiniest thing ever and does not even look like she’s in her 80’s.
She’s so sweet to talk to and I got to talk to her husband, too. He gave me a little run down about the city. He seemed to be more familiar with it than I am—especially the history of it. Just a lovely couple.
The menu was divine. Of course, I go through the buffet line and get one of each—as only I would do. The food was phenomenal.
The play generally starts after everyone is finished with dinner. Halfway through, there’s an intermission and dessert is brought out—then the last half of the play is performed.
So, if you have nothing else to do today, find a dinner theatre in your area and go see a play while enjoying a fabulous dinner.
Take-Away Life Lesson: Stop forgetting to take pictures when meeting celebrities.
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