Arts + Culture

Pirates Dinner Adventure sails into its third decade with a new production and a new plan

Creative director Michael La Fleur works to let audiences ‘be’ the show, not just watch it

By Seth Kubersky

Back in the mid-1990s, before Universal and Disney both ballooned into the vacation-devouring behemoths they are today, a number of independent dinner theaters managed to survive in the shadow of the big resorts. One-time staples of the 192 and I-Drive tourist corridors such as King Henry's Feast, Arabian Nights, Wild Bill's Wild West Dinner Show and MurderWatch Mystery Theatre are now all merely faded memories...

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