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Published on March 01, 2024
Day Trippers Theatre's 'Til Beth Do Us Part' to Serve Laughs and Southern Lunch at Plymouth Playhouse in BlaineSource: City of Blaine

Looking for a good laugh and a hearty Southern-style lunch? The Plymouth Playhouse has got you covered with the Day Trippers Theatre's latest comedic endeavor, 'Til Beth Do Us Part. This play is set to tickle the funny bones of attendees on April 25, as reported on the city of Blaine's official website.

In this laughter-inducing spectacle, the Haydens, a dual-career couple reaching their wits' end, decide to hire some help to manage their household chaos. Little do they know their new assistant, Beth – a charming Southerner with a hidden agenda – is gunning for Suzannah’s job, not just to tidy up.

The event, brought to the public by the MAYC, kicks off at 10:30 AM and wraps up at 4:30 PM, potentially six hours of escapism through theater and culinary satisfaction. For those with an appetite, the promise of a BBQ pulled pork lunch complete with all the fixings awaits. According to the announcement, vegetarians won’t have to miss out – there’s a Fettuccini Alfredo option available, but make sure to request it when you register by the tight deadline of March 27.

If you're interested in this mix of drama and dining, be prepared to shell out $99. The meal will be served at a precise 12:15 PM, sharpen your forks for "BBQ pulled pork, potato buns, baked beans with bacon, creamy coleslaw, pickles, buttered sweet corn, house-made kettle chips, chocolate chunk brownies, coffee, and iced tea," as described on Blaine’s civic alert. Just be sure to act fast, as no refunds will be offered post-registration deadline.

For those itching to secure their spot at this can't-miss theatrical meal mashup, registration can be done over the phone at 763-786-9375 or online through the Blaine MAYC registration portal. With a script set to deliver lines that split sides and a lunch menu that satisfies the belly, this trip to the Plymouth Playhouse sounds like an offer you wouldn't want to miss.