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The Westchester Broadway Theatre (WBT) is the longest running year-round Equity theatre in the state of New York, with a 44-year history of over 200 main-stage productions and nearly 1000 Monday/Tuesday special events and concerts. Our objective...more
All reviews dinner theater prime rib nice evening comedy night can't beat the price ample free parking during intermission bus trip great price sound system the wait staff great performers shrimp cocktail great theatre fun evening convenient location visiting the area
We just saw Phantom. Didn't realize till we got there that it wasn't actually Phantom of the Opera (my bad) but a slightly different story line. I will say that we loved the show. All the actors were great but the two leads were phenomenal!!...More
We have been subscribers for several years. If you are a fan of Broadway but do not want the hassles and expense of Manhattan, this is an excellent way to get your musical"fix". Small intimate stage. Good dinner. Some shows in the past were good...More
Moved from area 20 years ago and werre delighted to find the dinner theater to be even better in its 'new' (to us) location. The food was very good; both of us had prime rib. The artists were great. They sang, danced and acted their...More
Our 2nd show here. Last year we saw South Pacific and yesterday we went with the kids to see Sister Act. We enjoyed the show. Food was great. My only issue with the food is there is no real kids menu. The portions are large...More
Unfortunately, this experience was horrible. I left carrying my 80 year-old grandma out of the theater as we were kicked-out by STEVE CALLAHAN, who identified himself as the manager. This terrible experience had nothing to do with the show - instead, a group of disabled...More
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Pia H, Public Relations Manager at Westchester Broadway Theatre, responded to this reviewResponded 26 July 2018
This review has called into question the long and admirable reputation of WBT as a staunch supporter of the rights of the disabled both for equality and accessibility. In response, we can say that we proudly and continually uphold the rights of all citizens, their...More
Anything Goes, as explained in Westchester Broadway Theatre’s playbill notes, surfaced on the cusp of FDR’s presidency when the country needed relief from economic disasters and “failed government policies.” Therefore, it is a bit of fluff as a look at the silly upper-crust and gangster...More
We were visiting the area and saw the comedy night advertised and thought we would give it a try.
The dinner served beforehand was average,not great but edible.There was a good choice of wines and cocktails.
The six comedians were all white and old.Their jokes...More
The seating, viewing, and food was good. The SOUND system was TERRIBLE. The play was "Sister Act". I couldn't, understand anything that was said and I'm not "hard of hearing". There was total SCREECHING and or mumbling. I'll Never recommend or go to this theatre....More
My husband and I recently rediscovered the Westchester Broadway Dinner Theater, a place we visited frequently many years ago. We were extremely pleased to find out that the quality of the shows is as great as ever, and the food is also delicious (especially the...More
Response from 911carolg | Reviewed this property |
Date: May 13, 2018 Time: 11:45 am
Date: May 13, 2018 Time: 5:15 pm
You can always get complete listings on their website. Just make sure to spell theatRE.
Enjoy, and happy Mother's Day!