If we could give less than one star, we would. We enjoy community theatre and are frequent patrons of the Gas Light Theatre. We were excited to find that a community theatre existed on same side of town that we live on. The Great American Playhouse isn't so great. In fact it is Gas Light Theatre want-to-be, but totally misses the mark. It is community theatre, so we don't expect Oscar worthy acting, but we did expect to be entertained and laugh. The performance left a lot to be desired, the service was very slow, and the staff was extremely rude. The staff comes by and takes the beverages that you paid for away, without asking if you are done, toward the end of the show even though your glass is half full. When I protested, the young man said, "the show is over." The show still had another 15 minutes to go. I have never been anywhere where the staff decided that I had had enough ice tea and took the glass from the table. I can accept the poor performance and bad choreography; after all it is community theatre, however I will not put up with a rude staff. This may explain why the theatre was less than half full on a Saturday night. Do not waste your time or money. Instead, visit the Gas Light Theatre. We have always had a great time, laughed until our face muscles hurt, service is great, and the staff is very polite. Gas Light Theatre is worth the drive.
Place just has a feel of ghetto. It's dirty with awful florescent lights and shower curtains for bathroom stall doors.
Had a blast, had great people in the bar and the employee's are super fun. I am definitely going back! Got cheap drink prices as well.
the best pizza in west side,,,fresh and good price,,,,,
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