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NarroWay Theatre

Hours

Closed
Sun
Closed
Mon-Fri
9AM-5PM
Sat
9AM-7PM

Location

Fort Mill

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NarroWay Theatre: Mystery Theatre

Are you a super sleuth? Test your crime-solving skills with a NarroWay Mystery Theatre. Mystery Theatre is part game, part show and all fun! Erase the line between actor and audience as you uncover clues, question suspects and race to determine motive, means and opportunity. Keep both eyes open while you take in a delicious dinner themed like the show. Then watch for something shady to unfold. Always family-friendly, NarroWay has three different Mystery Theatre shows appropriate for all ages. Interactive and fun, Mystery Theatre is also a great cooperative activity where groups can encourage team-building and problem-solving skills. Shows can be scheduled by appointment for groups of 40 or more.

Length of Experience: Approximately 3 hours
Group Size: No minimum when shows are on the NarroWay calendar; 40 or more to add a nonscheduled date.
Availability: Sunday through Friday matinee opportunities; Sunday through Thursday evening opportunities; pre-scheduled shows for New Year’s Eve and other select dates.

NarroWay Theatre: Dinner Theatre

New York has Broadway. But Carolina has NarroWay. Only at I-77 exit 90 can you find “The Broadway of Christian Entertainment,” NarroWay Productions. Live theater and dinner come together in an experience that is uniquely NarroWay. Take in an original, large-scale, Broadway-style show not seen anywhere else! Be treated to unmatched Southern hospitality as every audience is greeted, seated and served by the performing cast. Enjoy a delicious dinner prepared fresh on-site and themed like the show. More than 70 actors, animals, special effects and thrilling music bring to life engaging storylines. Step into the 1920s with “The Gospel According to Tennessee.” Venture back 3,000 years with “Samson: the Last Judge.” Welcome “Geronimo” to the stage in 2019. With six or more different shows each year, NarroWay is the only Christian dinner theater in the nation to feature multiple original shows year-round. Shows play every weekend, with extended schedules for holiday seasons. Additional weekday shows may be scheduled for groups of 40 or more. A full calendar of shows can be found online at narroway.net.

Length of Experience: Approximately 3 hours
Group Size: No minimum when shows are on the NarroWay calendar; 40 or more to add a nonscheduled date.
Availability: Fridays and Saturdays, plus extended holiday schedules; additional dates for groups of 40 or more by request.

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Elizabeth Lutz

3 weeks ago

I went to the "Real Christmas Story " production with my church group. We had an amazing time. Such a professional and friendly staff. Everything was wonderful from the displays, the set, the food. The actors were phenomenal as was the singing. Definitely returning for another stage production in the spring.

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Katie Austin

6 months ago

Tonight was my 4th time at Narroway Productions. I have enjoyed every show that Ive attended but tonight was by far the BEST SHOW Ive ever seen there, Jesus The Teacher. All aspects of this show were incredible from the story line, the old fashioned hymns rejuvenated, the beautiful costumes, the food and the new original songs written by Mrs. Rebecca and Mrs. Birdie. This show evokes so many emotions, stoked my internal fire to serve the Lord, reminded me of the lost sheep that I once was and how extremely thankful I am that He found me and saved me. I highly recommend this show for all ages and backgrounds.

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A Campbell

11 months ago

Went to the mystery dinner show for New Year's eve. Besides the mystery of who stole the pig, there was line dancin, hog hollerin and a dog in pig costume. Was fun!

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Alyssa

6 months ago

Family and Christianity type of theater and musical. Very friendly staff and good food. Gift shop in the lobby with all sorts of things.

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Emma

a month ago

The dinner was pretty good, decently portioned and tender (chicken with stuffed tortellini pasta, salad, bread sticks, and small cake dessert). BUT that's not what my review is about. The real star of the show is the PLAY. Lord Of Light was: Amazing. The actor's were perfect; the set wasn't too decorated to steal the attention from the wonderful characters and each Act was powerful, entertaining, and awe-inspiring. I'm not giving away the plot but it was simply breath-taking and I'm thoroughly impressed by the sheer magnitude of skill involved in this play. Everyone came together to create something flawless and the message really hit home. It was definitely worth the $44 to have dinner and a show and I'm debating on coming again next week because it was so good.