Enjoyed "Arlene's Beauty World" last night. Performances are by local community theater groups. The detective and police office did an especially good job in this one. In this neck of the woods this is a good bet for a entertaining in the middle of the forest. Although the theater is about 30 years old, it's made to look like an historic old building. Newer comfortable seating since the last time we were there. There's no heating or air-conditioning, so plan accordingly. Last night, was an especially cool evening for August, but everyone seemed comfortable although a number of people bought $20 blankets at the door. Good marketing on the theater's part. We asked for aisle seats, and we ended up sitting next to a wall. The only disappointment of the night. Some reviewers mentioned the restaurants in the area. We like Kim's Kruise-In near Brookville or the Iron Mountain Grille closer to the theater.
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