Not Just Another Love Story
Remembering America's Greatest Generation...
Nostalgic and Patriotic!
Laugh and cry with America's greatest generation and remember the days of World War II. From an exciting collection of 40's favorites to a stirring patriotic medley, this dinner show is both nostalgic and inspirational.
Based on the biblical account of Hosea
In the Vault until 2022
told during the days of
World War II
Momma's Down-Home Cookin'...
- Chicken-fried chicken with sawmill gravy
- Buttery mashed potatoes
- Aunt Thelma's fancy corn
- Mama's buttermilk biscuit with honey
- All-American cherry pie with sourcream sauce
- Sweet Iced Tea or Water
Kids 12 and under...Enjoy the same delicious dinner in a kid-size portion
World War II Veterans admitted FREE!
Ticket PricesTickets are available online or by calling the box office at 803.802.2300 or 704.831.8893. Prices shown include all service fees. There are no additional charges. Dinner tickets must be reserved no later than 5pm one day prior to the show date. All sales are final and tickets are non-refundable.
Ticket Category Price Adult with dinner (ages 19 - 54) $35.00 Adult with no meal $27.00 Senior with dinner (ages 55 and above) $34.00 Senior with no meal $26.00 Student with dinner (ages 13-18) $16.95 Student with no meal $14.95 Child with dinner (ages 12 and under) $11.95 Child with no meal $7.00
Group rates are available for groups of 15 or more. All adult, senior and student tickets automatically receive $2 off when 15 or more tickets are purchased on the same order. Children's tickets are not discounted.
All payments must be received in one sum to qualify for group rates. Group leaders may reserve seats with a non-refundable 25% deposit. Numbers may be adjusted until two weeks prior to the show date. At that time, the remaining balance is due and sales must be finalized. All sales are final and tickets are non-refundable.
$2.00 off Adults, Seniors and Students!
Groups of 15 or more
What to Expect on Your Visit
- The NarroWay box office opens 30 minutes prior to the advertised show time. Tickets may be picked up on arrival.
- Parking is free and attendants are onsite to assist.
- Groups are greeted by a friendly group host who boards the bus in the drop-off area.
- The advertised show time is when theatre doors open, guests are seated and dinner is served.
- Guests are greeted and served by the performing cast, therefore, dinner guests arriving more than 30 minutes late may forfeit the meal.
- The show begins when guests have been served. Thus, the actual start time may vary. Guests not having dinner should plan to arrive within 20 minutes of the advertised show time.
- A 15-20 minute intermission follows the first act. During intermission, the NarroWay gift shop and concessions areas are open.
- Time for all activities is approximately 3 hours.
southern hospitality at its finest!
Seating is on tiered platforms with extra-wide aisles. The stage is at ground level. Seats begin at ground level and tier upward.
- Tiered seating
- Wide aisles
- ADA compliant
- Comfortable theatre seats
- Excellent stage views
DiningEnjoy a scrumptious dinner right at your theatre seat! Each chair is equipped with a specialized cup holder that enables the dinner tray to snap securely into the arm of the seat. Dinner guests are greeted and served by the performing cast. Once guests have finished dining, trays are removed prior to the show.
Every meal is themed like the show!
- American Flags
- 1940s Dance
- 1940s Diner
- Tracks Narrator
- Radio Soda Shop
- Leaving For War
- Patriotic Soldiers
- Ladies Factory
- Flag March
- Flags Patriotic
- Flag Fallen Soldier
- 40s Sailor Home
- Phone Fight
- Lola Flag
- Family Sad
- Riderless Horse
- Maggie Letter
- Soldier Boarding Train
- Women Factory
- Swing Dance
- Train Tracks
- Thelma Dancing
NEW! Read real stories of real heroes from World War II.
Maybe you've sat beside one at the NarroWay Theatre. Maybe you thought he was an elderly gentleman enjoying a great show. Maybe you didn't realize you were sitting beside a boy who jumped from a plane to land behind enemy lines in Normandy, or a gunner on a B-17 who shouldn't have made it home.... Maybe you didn't know you were sitting beside a hero. Read their stories... the stories of real heroes who selflessly abandoned the safety of home and freedom of youth to fight a war that would forever be known as World War II.