Dinner at the Asa Ransom House and Theater at the Lancaster Opera House, a winning combination. The Lancaster Opera House Theater is a reminder of an early American tradition, unusual to combine a music hall with a town’s main governmental building. Designed by George J. Metzger in 1897, renovated in 1981, the Lancaster Opera House is one of only a few such Town Halls still open.
The 2016 season at the Lancaster Opera House Theater features these great plays, musicals, family:
Children of Eden February 26,27,28 March 4,5,6,11,12,13
Lend me a Tenor April 1,2,3,7,8,9,10
Night Watch April 22,23,24,28,29,30 May 1
Lovers and other Strangers May 13,14,15,20,21,22
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels June 9,10,11,12,16,17,18,19,23,24,25,26
To review the performances, visit www.LancOpera.org The Lancaster Opera House is located 9 miles from Asa Ransom with convenient and free parking.
To receive good seating and avoid sell outs, we suggest reserving a few weeks ahead of your selected date.
Thursday, Friday, Sunday nights are $49 per person and include a four course dinner and Theater ticket. Saturdays include a five-course dinner, $59 per person. *Musicals and Concerts are an additional $10 for increased ticket price. Tax and Gratuity not included.
The Asa Ransom House Dinner Theater menu on Thursday Friday and Sunday includes Soup of the Day, Salad, Homemade Muffins & Rolls, with a Choice of Entrees. Entrees including Raspberry Chicken, Stuffed Sole, Roast Turkey, Jefferson Beef, Boneless Breast of Duck, Classic German Sauerbraten Roast, Prime Rib. Dinner is topped off with a Dessert Sampler and Beverage. Dinner and Theater, a great combination, hope to see you soon!
Directions: Right turn out of Asa Ransom for 1/4 mile to Right turn on Ransom Road, travel approximately 3 miles to Walden Ave. Right turn on to Walden for approximately 4 miles to Central Ave., left on Central Ave. 1 mile to Theater. Parking on left just before Theater. Travel time about 15 -20 minutes.