Liberty Hall Dinner Theatre production of “Million Dollar Meatballs” in 2020. (Photo submitted)

Liberty Hall Dinner Theatre production of “Million Dollar Meatballs” in 2020. (Photo submitted)

Liberty Hall Dinner Theatre hoping to fill final seats

The Liberty Hall Dinner Theatre is hoping to fill the last few seats for the first performance of their 27th year.

After two years of no productions, the theatre company will be returning to the stage on Mar. 18 to perform ‘How I Met Your Mummy’ by Todd Wallinger.

In the play, a museum is about to unveil its latest find to the world as three separate groups try to steal it. The only line of defence between the mummy and the would-be thieves is “the world’s most cowardly security guard” who finds himself on his first night on the job.

Audiences can find out who is successful in their quest for control of the mummy by getting tickets to one of six dinner-theatre performances.

Being as the effects of the pandemic are still lingering Joey Jensen isn’t sure how ticket sales will go, but is optimistic.

“It’s hard to say,” said Jensen. “I think people are wanting to get out there.”

The Liberty Hall Dinner Theatre usually opens its shows in February and this year didn’t think they would get to perform at all.

“We met back in the fall and figured we would wait another year. The more we thought about it, we decided to go ahead. We had to go ahead and move on. We had to make money somehow,” said Jensen.

The Springdale Ladies Club will be providing the theatre meal. Tickets will be available at Rimbey TV or by calling Joey Jensen at 403-963-4371.