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Save Money at East Lynne Theater Plan

 

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CAPE MAY — By dining at several of Cape May’s fine restaurants, or staying at one of two of Cape May’s lovely B&Bs, patrons can save money on tickets for East Lynne Theater Company, the recent recipient of the NJ Theatre Alliance’s “Achievement of Excellence Award.”
When making a reservation at the restaurant, all patrons have to do is ask for the ELTC-Dinner-Show-Combo. Tickets are purchased at the restaurant, and brought to the theater for admission. There are variations in the offerings.
At Aleathea’s Restaurant at The Inn of Cape May, located at 7 Ocean St., the total amount is $45 for dinner, including tax and a token gratuity, plus the ticket. To make a reservation, call 884-5555. The opening night party for “Berkeley Square” on Wed. Sept. 22 will be here.
At the Washington Inn, 801 Washington St., the total price for a complete dinner anytime, plus a ticket, is $54. Reservations: 884-5687. The opening night party for “Emma Goldman: My Life” was held here.
The Merion Inn, 106 Decatur St., is offering an $18 ticket with a purchase of one entrée anytime, or a three-course early bird special, costing $18.95, if seated before 5:30. Reservations: 884-8363. On Wed. July 14, the after-show opening-night party for “Paul Robeson Through His Words and Music” will be hosted by The Merion Inn.
At 410 Bank Street, 410 Bank St., and Frescos, a Seafood Trattoria, located at 412 Bank St., tickets are $14.00, which is half-the-price of a general-admission ticket, with a dinner purchase. Reservations for 410 Bank Street Restaurant: 884-2127, and Frescos: 884-0366.
The two bed and breakfasts are The Henry Sawyer Inn, at 722 Columbia Ave., and The Victorian Lace Inn, 901 Stockton Ave. Tickets at both locations are $18, offered only to the B&Bs’ guests, and must be purchased at the inns. For The Henry Sawyer, call 884-5667 or 800-449-5667 or online at www.henrysawyerinn.com. For Victorian Lace, phone 884-1772 or online at www.victorian laceinn.com.
East Lynne Theater Company ticket prices are $28 for general admission and $23.00 for seniors, so the restaurant and B&B packages offer a considerable savings to patrons. ELTC ticket price for students is $13. Tickets for students and for those who are ages 12 and under, who are admission-free, may be picked up at the box office.
Another way to save money on an ELTC ticket, is online through njArtstix.org. Several half-price tickets are available for almost every performance, 24 hours in advance.
Currently, ELTC is presenting “Emma Goldman: My Life” only through July 10. From July 14-24, running Wednesdays through Saturdays is “Paul Robeson Through His Words and Music,” and “The Dictator” begins on July 28.
The location is The First Presbyterian Church, 500 Hughes St., where the company is in residence. To learn more about the main stage season which runs through mid-December, or to make reservations directly with the theater, call 884-5898 or go online to www.eastlynne theater.org

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