I say it all the time. I've lived in the Sioux Falls area since 2009 and I am still finding things to do for the first time.

I've always wanted to check out the dinner theatre and when a friend of mine was cast in Olde Towne Dinner Theatre's production of Godspell, so there was no time like the present to check it out.

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Olde Towne Dinner Theatre is located at 121 South Main Street in Worthing, SD. Not Worthington, MN.

Most showings are a full dinner menu, however, there is a dessert matinee option.

Godspell opened this weekend and will run through June 27th. Godspell is a hard show to describe. According to the theatre's website, "A small group of people helps Jesus Christ tell different parables by using a wide variety of games, storytelling techniques, and hefty doses of comic timing."

The original Godspell was published in 1971 so I did find some of the 'changes' they made to the production interesting. There are a few things they tweaked to update the show a bit.

Ok, let's talk food!

The dinner consisted of a soup, salad, three entrées to choose from, and a dessert. There was a cash bar for beer and wine. Coffee, tea, and milk were complimentary.

The food was pretty darn good. Let me put it this way, I definitely did not leave hungry.

See below for my experience in photos!

Olde Towne Dinner Theatre