Agatha's brand of mystery dinner theater satisfies both the appetite and the funny bone. Agatha's provides a wonderful five-course dinner, with wine to savor and a murder mystery to solve. Audience participation is often solicited and the mysteries lean toward hilarity more than drama.
This Midtown dinner theater provides good food and great Shakespearean entertainment. The Atlanta Shakespeare Company, that manages The New American Shakespeare Tavern, was the first American company to perform at London's Globe Theatre. A traditional English pub meal is offered during the hour before the show. A full bar features Harp, Bass and Guinness, as well as a few wines. Seating is done on a first-come, first-served basis, so arrive early. Call for performance schedule.
This classic venue is a standing monument to a fading American tradition, as it is one of the last remaining drive-in theater in the Atlanta area. Its six screens are always in motion, showing first-release films throughout the week and on weekends. Depending on which night you visit, you might even catch a double feature.