A golfer lands a winning drive in the after-life rough in John Chaffin’s Ghost Story. The comedy is now playing at Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre through March 31.
When a “playboy” with money troubles is killed in an unfortunate golf cart accident, it seems his misfortunes are finally over. But when all three of his wives show up at his funeral, he realizes that even in the afterlife, his problems have just begun.
Ghost Story is directed by Kim Nygren, an audience favorite and long-time performer at Chaffin’s Barn. Nygren has directed many shows for Chaffin’s throughout the years and has a keen understanding of comedy. The cast includes Daniel Bissell, Debbie Kraski, Joy Tilley Perryman, Vicki White and Charlie Winton.
Reservations are required; call (615) 646-9977 locally or 1 (800) 282-2276 from outside Tennessee to book a spot for food and entertainment. For more information visit www.dinnertheatre.com. And go to 8204 Hwy. 100 to see why over 45 years of success makes Chaffin’s Barn a perennial top tourist attraction in Nashville (as well as “Best Buffet” and “Best Place to See a Play” in The Tennessean’s “Toast of Music City” contest and in the top three in the Nashville Scene’s “Best of” Best Place to See a Play category).
Main Stage Schedule and Ticket Prices –
-“Theatre in the Afternoon” Performances every Thursday: House opens at 11:00 a.m., show at 12 p.m.; $19, Bring Your Own Lunch, beverages provided or order Chaffin’s Boxed Lunch when you make your reservation for an additional $8.50
-Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings: Buffet from 6:00-7:30 p.m., show at 8:00 p.m.
-Sunday matinees: Buffet served from 12:00- 1:30 p.m., show at 2:00 p.m.
-Ticket Prices for All Evening Shows (Thursdays – Saturdays) and Sunday Matinees: Dinner and show $60 per adult, seniors 65 & up $58, student price 13-18 years of age $45, children 12 and under $35; show only tickets $40 adults, $30 for children 12 and under, $35 for students (All prices include coffee tea & soft drinks and tax)
*Photo of (counter-clockwise) Charlie Winton, Vicki White, Joy Tilley Perryman, and Debbie Kraski by John Chaffin courtesy Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre.