A joyous celebration of the life and music of the world's greatest gospel singer: a humble, deeply religious woman whose expressive, full throated voice carried her from a three room shanty in New Orleans to appearances before presidents and royalty. The joy and inspiration of her heartfelt songs provide a counterpoint to the urgent messages delivered by her friend, Martin Luther King, Jr. Standing at his side, Mahalia Jackson became the musical voice of the civil rights movement.
February 1 - February 23, 2020
Since 1964, The Barn Dinner Theatre has been dedicated to providing a quality dining experience along with a Broadway-style performance, or as we like to call it... Dinnertainment. We are proud to be the oldest continually operating dinner theatre in the United States. Your evening will begin with our Southern-style buffet which features entrees such as roast beef and baked chicken coupled with seasonal Southern side dishes. There will be several cold bar items to choose from, as well as desert options available. Our friendly waitstaff will take your beverage orders from your table and assist you with any additional needs. After dinner the buffet will be cleared so that our “magic stage” can take its place in the center of the theatre for your performance to begin. The full Dinnertainment experience will last approximately 3.5 - 4 hours from the time you are seated until the final bows are given.
The Barn Dinner Theatre has ample free parking for all patrons in attendance along with several designated spots for motorcoaches.
120 Stage Coach Trail
Greensboro, NC 27409
T / (336) 292-2211