Grand Canyon Dinner Theatre celebrates grand opening

Tusayan Town Councilman Al Montoya and Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center Manager Josie Bustillos cut the ceremonial ribbon along with the theatre’s owner, Elling Halvorson.

Tusayan Town Councilman Al Montoya and Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center Manager Josie Bustillos cut the ceremonial ribbon along with the theatre’s owner, Elling Halvorson.

TUSAYAN, Ariz. - Along with the theater experience, the Grand Canyon Dinner Theatre lives up to its name serving a family-style dinner during the show delivered to every table featuring flame-seared steaks, chops, poultry, and fish specials as well as vegetarian options. The wait staff will also wear period costumes, with the waitresses donning vintage Harvey Girl-style uniforms.

The Dinner Theatre is lined with building facades reminiscent of an old west town, accented by wagon wheel chandeliers. The playroom has been built to create the look and feel of an 1890s gaslight theatre, complete with red velvet draperies and lamp posts much like those that stood originally on the streets of Tombstone in the early 1900s.

For more information, visit www.grandcanyondinnertheatre.com.

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