Yong Shi Yun
With five more Mondays left till Christmas, the pressure is on for many to find the right gifts, stitch up dinner plans, and still have fun. If you remain at a loss for novel ways to spend the most wonderful time of the year, why not give dinner theatre a try?
As its name suggests, dinner theatre is a theatrical experience where the audience tucks into a meal while watching a play unfold around them.
This Christmas, the theatrical supper club, ANDSOFORTH, is staging the dinner theatre, Marie & The Nutcracker, an adaptation of the popular ballet, The Nutcracker. Think elaborate sets, sumptuous food, professional actors in stunning costumes, and all the magic that makes theatre larger than life.
For the uninitiated, however, the idea of dining while being part of an elaborate theatre production can seem overwhelming, if not completely stressful. To ease any first-time jitters, we asked the supper club’s founder Stuart Wee, for three tips: