Fayetteville Dinner Theatre
presents an evening with

MARK TWAIN HIMSELF

starring:
Richard Garey
Gates Four County Club

Buy Tickets Here:
Regular Ticket

Thursday, May 7, 7:00PM
Friday, May 8, 7:00PM and 9:30PM
at Gates Four Country Club

Thursday, May 7, 7:00PM – Doors open at 6:00PM
Friday, May 8, 7:00PM – Doors open at 6:00PM
Friday, May 8, 9:30PM – Late show, Doors open at 9:00PM

About The Performance:
Like a homecoming, Mark Twain Himself returns author and humorist Samuel L. Clemens to his Missouri birthplace and Hannibal home on the banks of the Mississippi River. It is my hope that local Fayetteville and Ft. Bragg audiences will experience a special encounter with the man who made America laugh and who inspired the world. It’s a great show full of hilarious comedy and compelling drama and Gates Four is the perfect setting for such an encounter. This will be a huge hit with local Fayetteville and Ft. Bragg audiences. It is a unique production and I have personally seen Richard’s performance as Mark Twain. Remarkable, fun and immensely enjoyable!

About Richard Garey:
Garey is a director and a playwright, but the title he likes best is ‘actor’. He feels he does his best work in front of a live audience. All of the shows he has done have been written or compiled by Garey himself and he takes great pride in their historical accuracy. Originally of Jackson, TN, Garey is an English graduate from James Madison University and a full-time resident of Hannibal. Acting for about 40 years, he established Heritage Stage Productions in 2002 and purchased the Planters Barn Theater in 2003. When he’s not doing shows, he often travels the country, and sometimes the world. He is looking forward to coming to North Carolina and visiting Fayetteville.

VIP Tables reserved 6+

Fayetteville Dinner Theatre at Gates Four Includes:
Preshow reception w/hors’doeuvres
Full Service Cash Bar & Wine Tasting**
Duel Entre dinner w/2 sides
Salad/Rolls
Coffee/Tea and Specialty Deserts at Intermission

**The FDT and Gates Four CC donate all the proceeds from wine sales (glass/bottles) to the Kidsville News Literacy and Education Foundation (501c3 nonprofit) of Cumberland County.