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All New Show at Capone’s Dinner & Show

Boss Orders ‘hit’ 25 Years in the Making!

~ All New Show ~

KISSIMMEE, FL, June 1 – It isn’t every day that you can say a hit has been in the making for 25 years, but that is exactly the case at Capone’s Dinner & Show. It’s as if the boss ordered the ‘hit’ long ago, and the cast has perfected the best-of-the-best over the years to carry out the order. Plenty of experience, as well as “25 Years of Memories” is now packed into an all-new show. You’ll feel as if you’ve gone back in time to the prohibition era of gangland Chicago. When in fact, you’ve entered into a speakeasy dinner theatre located near Orlando’s attractions and theme parks.

“We feel this is our best show ever.”

New Show at Capone's Dinner ShowCapone’s dinner theatre opened in 1992. Since then the show has been modified several times. With each evolution, the crowd’s response has been evaluated. Using guest feedback is one of the best justifications for many of the elements in the new show. “We feel this is our best show ever,” states John Kucik, owner of Capone’s Dinner & Show. “It’s faster paced, has more guest interaction than ever before, and is more complex in movement.” Each segment, song and dance selection hits high marks in this entertaining cabaret. The anniversary celebration, “25 Years of Memories,” has been a great pretext for reviving years worth of fan favorites.

The Wise Guys Behind the Hit

The new show is written by Dustin Fisher, who is no stranger to Capone’s. In years past, he has written scores, acted and directed at the ‘joint.’ He has also been involved with numerous productions at Universal Studios, Disney, SeaWorld and Royal Caribbean Cruiseline. The choreography for the new show is Kyle Kahn’s creation. He has choreographed for BET, MGM Grand, Cirque De Magic and many others. Together they have created a new hit show for the gang at Capone’s to perform nightly.

With loads of comedy, action and audience participation, the stage is set for plenty of swell memories to be made. If you’ve attended the speakeasy before, become a repeat offender, and check out the new show. 25 years is a long time to wait for an order to be fulfilled, but it has been, and it’s the cat’s meow. A perfect order for ‘the family’ – pleasing all ages.

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Capone’s Dinner & Show is located at 4740 W. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway (Hwy. 192), Kissimmee, FL 34746 Reservations for year-round nightly shows can be made online and are deeply discounted. Tickets include parking, unlimited dinner buffet and drinks (including alcoholic beverages), the hilarious show and a chance to win prizes. A limited number of VIP tickets are offered nightly. For information and reservations, phone 407-397-2378 or online at www.alcapones.com. Email info@alcapones.com.

25th Anniversary at Capone’s Dinner Show

The 25th anniversary at Capone’s Dinner Show will be celebrated throughout the year. The theater is located on Highway 192 in Kissimmee, near Orlando’s attractions and theme parks. “25 Years of Memories” will transport guests back in time, not only to the prohibition era, but through 25 years of local show business. Everyone is invited to participate, and there will be multiple ways to get in on the ‘take.’

25th Anniversary at Capone’s Dinner Show

“We are one of Orlando’s original dinner theaters.”

Capone’s dinner theater opened in 1992. “We are one of Orlando’s original dinner theaters,” states John Kucik, owner of Capone’s Dinner & Show. “My original desire was to bring a different type of dinner show to the area, unlike the ‘chain’ theaters. We’ve accomplished that and more. Throughout our 25-year history, many changes have been made to our show and menu. Each transformation successfully freshened the guest experience and improved upon it.”  He and the cast, some of whom have been with the speakeasy since its opening, are looking forward to the celebration.

ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: Pre-order costume accessories, such as a boa or fedora. Pick them up when you arrive for the show and pick up your tickets. It is so much fun to ‘dress the part’ and get into the theme. Save 10% by entering the promotional code “Outfit” when checking out.

Throughout the 25th Anniversary at Capone’s Dinner Show, guests will have unique opportunities to create new memories or share their own. In addition to the nightly gangster shoot out prizes, monthly grand prizes will be awarded on the 25th day of each month. If your business is celebrating an anniversary milestone (25 years & up), a special group discount is available for your mob. Having a 25th birthday this year? The wise guys and gals will make it extra special. Just be sure you’re not the shy type!

Boss Orders Gang to Make 25th Anniversary at Capone’s Dinner Show the Cat’s Meow

A new show, opening this spring, will be preceded by 25 days of special contests, discounts and rewards. Capisce? With loads of comedy, action and audience participation, the stage will be set for plenty of swell memories to be made. If you’ve attend the speakeasy before, become a repeat offender, and check out the new show this spring. It is sure to be the cat’s meow – pleasing all ages.

The only stipulation that the Boss has ordered is you must be ‘made’ to win some of the prizes (purchase a ticket or be present). Once inside the joint, get ready for a blast from the past! Be sure to follow Al & ‘the family’ on Facebook (@Caponesdinnershow), or sign up for our newsletter (http://eepurl.com/WJ2Bv) to receive specific details.

About Capone’s Dinner & Show

Capone’s Dinner & Show is located at 4740 W. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway (Hwy. 192), Kissimmee, FL 34746. The dinner theater is open year-round (with the exception of Sun., Feb. 5, 2017). Reservations for nightly shows can be made online and are deeply discounted. Tickets include parking, unlimited dinner buffet, unlimited drinks (including alcoholic beverages), the hilarious show and a chance to win prizes. A limited number of VIP tickets are also offered nightly. Ask about our on-site hotel, Seasons Florida Resort for overnight accommodations. For information and reservations, phone 407-397-2378 or go on-line to www.alcapones.com. Email info@alcapones.com.

Top 6 Orlando Dinner Shows

Pirates Dinner Adventure is one of several Orlando dinner shows.

If you want to experience the best dinner shows in the world, then go to Orlando, Florida. Orlando is home to many award-winning dinner shows that are visited by tourists from all around the world.  If you plan to go to Orlando on vacation, then you probably want to visit the best Orlando dinner shows during your stay. This list of the top 6 dinner shows in Orlando will help you decide on which dinner shows to see during your Orlando vacation.

Treasure Tavern

The first in this list of Orlando dinner shows is Treasure Tavern. This dinner show is located at 6400 Carrier Drive in Orlando, FL and features dancers, acrobats, and comedians. You will be able to enjoy eating delicious Caribbean-style dishes and drinking rum while watching the sexy dancers and acrobats. This show is for adults only.

Pirate’s Dinner Adventure

Pirate’s Dinner Adventure is located in the same venue as Treasure Tavern. Since Treasure Tavern is for adults only, you can take your kids to Pirate’s Dinner Adventure for some pirate fun. This dinner show features exciting live performances, musical entertainment, daring stunts, and a dinner feast that is fit for a pirate king.

Arabian Nights

Kids will surely love the Arabian Nights dinner show. Everyone will enjoy the magical fairy tale, good food, beautiful horses, and daring acrobatics at this Orlando dinner show. This Arabian-themed dinner show is located at 6225 W. Bronson Hwy. in Kissimmee, FL.

Sleuths Mystery Dinner Shows

If you are looking for unique Orlando dinner shows and/or you are a big fan of mystery TV shows and novels, then you must experience the Sleuths Mystery Dinner Shows at 8267 International Drive in Orlando, FL. The “criminals” commit murder during each show and you will need to use your mystery-solving skills to find the killer. Prizes are awarded to those who successfully find the real killer.

Medieval Times

You can also add Medieval Times in your list of entertaining Orlando dinner shows to visit during your stay in Orlando. At Medieval Times, you will be able to enter an impressive medieval castle, eat some tasty medieval-style dishes and be served by medieval-costumed serfs and wenches. You will also be able to watch armored knights as they joust on horseback and engage in one-on-one sword duels. The Medieval Times castle also features a small medieval village with actors posing as blacksmiths, potters, weavers, coppersmith, and other artisans from the Medieval Period. The castle is located at 4510 W. Irlo Bronson Highway in Kissimmee, FL.

Capone’s Dinner & Show

Get ready to step back in time to an era of mobsters and dames! At this Orlando dinner show, Al Capone and his gang rule the joint and run a speakeasy like no other. Capone’s Dinner & Show features an all-you-can-eat dinner buffet filled with Italian and American favorites, full salad bar and a meat carving station with 3 varieties of meat. They have over 15 beverages which are unlimited – even beer, wine and mixed drinks. The singing, dancing and popular gangster shoot out, where you can win prizes is a blast. This dinner show is by far the best value for your money. The theater is located at 4740 W. Hwy. 192 in Kissimmee, FL 34746. Phone 407-397-2378.

Dinner Show Attractions – Why We Love Them

Capone's Dinner & Show is a great dinner show attraction in Orlando

There is something about being entertained and fed at the same time that strikes a fancy for many of us today, maybe that is why there is always a long line at the concession stands at the movie theater. Then there is the need to have the television on while having dinner at home, or maybe it is our desire to become the proverbial couch potato, where the only interest is to veg out and watch TV.

1-Something to sink your teeth into. The popularity of dinner show attractions has only increased over the years, with many located on and around the touristy areas. Can you really focus on a mystery and that prime rib dinner in front of you at the same time? Mystery dinner theaters are betting that you can, which is probably why the ones that are still open for business will continue to prosper into the next century.

2-Dining with the mob. If you are from the old school and you enjoy hanging out with gangsters, there is certainly going to be something for you. I guess you could rent a DVD and hang out with Scarface, Carlito or the American Gangster, but what better way to enjoy an Italian/American buffet than with Capone himself? You won’t want to miss Capone’s Dinner & Show if you are visiting the Orlando area. Don’t forget to dress like a gangster, especially if you want to feel like you belong.

3-Fantasy Land. What dinner guest in his/her right mind, would turn down a chance to sit ringside and watch a love story being played out? A scrumptious choice of either chicken, pork or pot roast, coupled with all the beer or wine you can drink and there is a good chance that you won’t ever want to go home. Now if only someone could work that dinner attraction in your living room, life would be perfect.

4-A Different kind of meal. It is clear that dinner show attractions are taking on many forms all over the world, all with the intention of grabbing the interest of their guests. If you haven’t checked out the box office theatre news as yet, then how about some comedy and magic rolled up into one dinner show, where the adults get to quench their thirst with potent refreshments and kids get to stuff their faces with pizza and popcorn?

5-Entice your imagination. Then there are the pirates, you know the ones that have the patch on their eye and the parrot on their shoulder? This could probably be one of your most exciting dinners yet, assuming you can focus on protecting the beef tenderloins from thieving pirates. It is all meant to be fun and a good time for all, so if you like action while you eat, then a dinner show attraction may be just the thing for you!

If you have a favorite dinner show or reason you love dinner show attractions, please feel free to leave a comment!

Makahiki Luau Dinner Show Closing

At the end of September SeaWorld’s Makahiki Luau Dinner Show will be saying “aloha.” The show, which has been in production for more than 30 years will be ending September 30. The question is, will it be replaced?

Some may remember this show as the Polynesian Luau, held in the Seafire Inn in the theme park’s waterfront area. The name really didn’t change, it was just an easier reference for guests wanting to purchase tickets. Can you say, “Makahiki?” Admission to SeaWorld is not required, which is nice because the cost for the show is $46 per adult and $29 per child, which in itself isn’t bad. Add that to a days’ admission and you’ve got an expensive day of entertainment. You do get free parking though as long as you don’t show up too early (one hour prior).

Menu items at the Makahiki Luau Dinner Show are from Pacific Isle cuisine including Hawaiian chicken, Polynesian-style barbecue pork, a selection of fish in piña colada sauce, rice, vegetables, bread, fruit and other side items. Soft drinks are included. Entertainment includes fire dances from Hawaiian costumed performers and authentic music. Each guest also receives a complimentary flower lei.

Orlando Dinner Show Photo - SeaWorld Makahiki LuauHopefully SeaWorld will place the performers in this show elsewhere – they are very talented and easy on the eyes. However, it may not be another dinner show. Dine With Shamu was reintroduced back in July, which makes it easier for SeaWorld to promote only one Orlando dinner show. Dine With Shamu, however, does not take reservations, and admission to the park is required.

For those of you who have not seen the Makahiki Luau Dinner Show, you have until the end of September to experience it. Orlando Tourist Tip: Call your reservation in early. Now that the word is out, it could be difficult to get a seat!

For those of you that really enjoy dinner shows, this month is a good month to go see an Orlando dinner show. The crowds are smaller especially on week days. See the Makahiki Luau at SeaWorld and sadly say, “Aloha!”