Since 1964, The Fireside Theatre has been known as the place that put Fort Atkinson on the map. Guests enjoy a fine dining experience, followed by Broadway-quality theater and unique boutique shopping as a bonus.
“The Fireside runs seven performances weekly with a Thursday evening signature buffet and a sunday brunch buffet,” said Julie Nordeen, marketing manager of The Fireside Theatre. All other shows feature plated dinners that change with each production. Executive chef Michael Scott and his staff use only the freshest, highest quality ingredients and prepare everything from scratch in the theater’s kitchen and bakery.
Four gift shops feature jewelry, handbags, scarves, collectibles and holiday décor.
Future shows include Elvis Lives, Miracle on 34th Street and 42nd Street. A Christian Concert Series is also available for matinee and evening performances throughout the year.
“Along with The Fireside’s dining and theater experience, our gift shops make a visit here either a complete destination in itself or the perfect complement to any Wisconsin tour,” Nordeen said. “Many groups like to stop at the Jones Market for fresh pork products, while The Hoard Historical Museum and National Dairy Shrine is a superb local history museum. We are also within an hour’s drive of Milwaukee, Madison and Lake Geneva.”
Discounts are available for groups of 18 or more and include a complimentary ticket for the group leader for mid-week matinees. Complimentary tickets are available for 21 or more guests for all other shows. The Fireside Theatre can also accommodate small groups with discounts on Wednesday and Thursday matinees for groups of 13 to 17. Dining-only reservations are available for the Friday night fish fry and Saturday evenings. Both dining and theater are handicapped accessible. Free motorcoach parking is available.
For more information, call 800-477-9505 or visit firesidetheatre.com.
Article by Mira Temkin