The Fayetteville Dinner Theatre announces they will be opening their Fall Season with the hilariously fun production of HamLIT as performed by the renowned Sweet Tea Shakespeare Company on September 27th and 28th in conjunction with Gates Four Country Club.  

Make plans to attend this original adaptation of William Shakespeare’s timeless classic as performed by the talented Sweet Tea Shakespeare Company. We guarantee theatregoers an unique theatrical experience that will be sure to entertain.

Fayetteville Dinner Theatre
presents

HamLIT

performed by:
The Sweet Tea Shakespeare Company
Gates Four County Club

Buy Tickets Here:
Regular Ticket

Friday, Sept. 27, 7:00PM
Saturday, Sept. 28, 7:00PM
at Gates Four Country Club

Friday, Sept. 27, 7:00PM – Doors open at 6:00PM*
Saturday, Sept. 28, 7:00PM – Doors open at 6:00PM*

HamLIT is an original collection of Shakespearian antics that will make for a fun, interactive and entertaining evening, with great food, music and merriment, hosted by the beautiful Gates Four County Club.

HamLIT is hilarious! Imagine, if you will, the writers, director and actors of Shakespeare’s beloved Hamlet know the story they want to tell, but they get lost at a fraternity party on their way to the show. It’s Shakespeare for sure, but mixed with a few hearty toasts, period games, improv, lively music and lots and lots of humor! It’s bold and irreverent with notes of tragedy balanced only by uproarious hilarity for adult audiences. HamLIT is a smash(ed) hit and a guaranteed good time for local theatergoers. The last Gates Four/Fayetteville Dinner Theater production, “M” is for Mullet!, was a huge success.

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.