Why "The Palace"?
"Corny Christmas"- The elves entertain
with the "Halla-mooya Chorus".
The "Palace" name was chosen for two reasons. First,
during Vaudeville days it was every entertainers dream to "play
the Palace". If he played at the Palace, he made it to the
top. The second reason has to do with how the guests of the Palace
are treated. Guests are treated like royalty from the minute they
pull into the parking lot until they leave. Attentive service is
our standard. Our patrons are number one!
What's the Palace like?
Extensive remodeling has been done to the one hundred year old dance
hall. The original floor has been refurbished. We have expanded
the stage, installed stage curtains, theatrical lighting and a computer-designed
"Sir Arthur", a six-foot suit of armor, which is the
mascot for the Palace, greets visitors. The Palace accommodates
114 guests in festival style seating. The Palace meets the Americans
with Disabilities Act requirements. The Palace is a non-smoking
What is Dinner Event Theatre?
"Bit O' the Blarney"- Liam O'Brien
settles down for a pint.
Most of the time at dinner theaters, you have a meal, and then
see a show that has nothing to do with the meal. At the Palace,
the theme buffet is always part of the show. All the shows at the
Palace are original variety shows with music, dancing, drama and
comedy focused around a central theme.
The show begins when our guests arrive at the Palace and are greeted
by characters in the show. Pre-show drinks can be purchased at the
theme-based service bar. When the show begins, characters set the
scene for the show and the buffet. While everyone is eating, they
are entertained with live theme-oriented dinner music. After dinner,
the "main show" begins and lasts for about an hour-and
a-half. The shows include some type of audience participation such
as: contests, cheers, yells, sing-alongs, birthday/anniversary recognition,
dancing and much more.