Wanda Brunstetter’s “Half-Stitched,” the musical
Now-November 29, 2014
Meet the Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club as their lives unfold around an Amish quilt. There’s a young woman yearning for stability, a couple at odds in their marriage, a young widower seeking solace, a rough-and-tough biker doing community service, a preacher’s wife escaping parish problems—and an Amish widow teaching her first quilting class.
“Half-Stitched” is a delightful new journey of self-discovery, healing and renewed wholeness, pulled from Wanda Brunstetter’s New York Times bestseller. Your group will find plenty to laugh at as these unlikely, beginning quilters are stitched together like scraps of fabric under the loving guidance of Emma Yoder. And the music? Oh, the music!
Lunch & Show
Dinner & Show
Fri. & Sat. $51
Meal packages include lunch or dinner smorgasbord at the Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant. Theatergoers purchasing meal packages who wish to eat before the performance should arrive 1.5 hours before the show to allow adequate time to enjoy their meals.
The new “Half-Stitched” musical is performed live on the Bird-in-Hand Stage on the banquet level of the Restaurant. Stairs and an elevator connect all levels of the Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant & Stage. For tickets and ticket & meals packages, click here.
For ticket & lodging packages, call 800-790-4069. For groups of 20 or more, contact (800) 627-1910.
|General||On-site Bus Parking|
|On-site Dining||Full Meal|
|# Required for Group Discount||20|
|Average Time Required||2.5 hours|
|Other Info||Please call for comp policy|
|August 29, 2014||"Half-Stitched" The Musical|