On May 15, Waukesha Civic Theatre and local favorite, Chef Pam’s Kitchen, team up to bring you a Dinner & A Show experience right to your very own home! For only $60, you and your family or friends can stream our performance of Songs for a New World while preparing and enjoying one of Chef Pam’s great selections!
Choice #1 – Pizza Set up with fresh dough ball for an extra-large pizza, Chef Pam’s homemade pizza sauce, New England blend mozzarella cheese (gives you the best cheese pull), Italian pizza sausage, pizza spices, and a toasted coconut key lime tart to finish off the evening with a little something sweet.
Choice #2 – Pizza Set up with fresh dough ball for an extra-large pizza, Chef Pam’s homemade pizza sauce, New England blend mozzarella cheese (gives you the best cheese pull), 1/2 Italian pizza sausage and 1/2 caramelized red onion and spinach, pizza spices and a toasted coconut key lime tart to finish off the evening with a little something sweet.
Choice #3 – Pizza Set up with a fresh dough ball for an extra-large pizza, Chef Pam’s homemade pizza sauce, New England blend mozzarella cheese (give you the best cheese pull), Caramelized red onion and spinach, pizza spices, and a toasted coconut key lime tart to finish off the evening with a little something sweet.
Included in each order is a sweet surprise!
Pick up would be 2-4:30 pm at Chef Pam’s Kitchen, 290 W. Main Street, on Saturday, May 15. The preparation instructions will be included for each bag. Dinner & A Show Packages must be ordered by the Monday of that show!
Click on the “ON DEMAND” ticket to the left to order your Dinner & A Show Package! Limited available!
Ernesto Bell Man 1
Raven Dockery Woman 2
Tomás Dominguez Man 2
Eliza Lambert Woman 1
Jackey Boelkow Swing
Julie Johnson: Piano
Charlie Collins: Guitar
Laura Proeber: Bass
Ken Marchand: Drums
Director: Mark Schuster
Music & Orchestra Director: Julie Johnson
Stage Manager: Debbie Volden
Scenic Designer: Mark Schuster
Master Carpenter: Mark Schuster & Jim Volden
Set Decorator: Mark Schuster
Costume Designers: Sharon Sohner & Lisa Quinn
Lighting Designer: Aaron Schmidt
Properties Designer: Terri Alioto
WCT offers a selection of sweet and savory treats, a variety of soda, coffee, tea, beer, and wine options.
Patrons, Volunteers, and staff MUST provide and wear face masks when inside Waukesha Civic Theatre. If mask is forgotten, WCT will have them available – $2 donation suggested.
Patrons are instructed to stay home if not feeling well. If any of the following symptoms exist, patron MUST reschedule their tickets: fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea.
Doors to building will open 30 minutes before show starts. As patrons enter, they shall maintain social distance and move directly to their reserved seats.
Patrons will find social distance markings in lobby and hallways.
Will-call will not be available for ticket pickup.
Coat check will not be available, please bring personal items into the theatre.
The Box Office, concessions, and bar feature glass, plastic, or plexiglass barriers.
Ushers will not touch tickets.
Programs will recyclable but not reusable.
There will be sanitizing stations in the lobby – please use before entering the theatre.
High-touch surfaces will be cleaned on a regular basis.
Pre-show and post-show lobby gatherings will not be possible.
Additional guidelines may be added or removed as the situation evolves.Learn More
The Margaret Brate Bryant Civic Theatre building is fully accessible, and WCT is proud to offer a number of services to our patrons who have special needs. Please contact our Box Office for more information about listening devices, transfer seats, wheelchair positions, Sensory Friendly performances, and Sensory Kits.