Ohio Star Theater opens with musical

Ohio Star Theater opens with musical

The Ohio Star Theater in Sugarcreek opened its doors on Sept. 10 with the musical, “The Good Güt Life! with the Yoders.”


Ohio Star Theater finally got to open its season with its first performance on Thursday, Sept. 10 featuring the new musical, “The Good Güt Life! with the Yoders.”

Maybe you haven’t had a chance to actually visit an Amish home, but come meet your new friends Simon and Eliza Yoder in their living room as they give you a glimpse into their lifelong journey together.

These storytellers will completely entertain you as they talk about farming, horses and buggies, quilt making, barn raising, ice-cream socials, church services, bishops, regulations, one-room school houses, courting, rumspringa, and dealing with Englishers.

In“The Good Güt Life! with the Yoders,” you’ll be captivated by hilarious and sometimes heartbreaking stories. Seeing life through Simon and Eliza’s eyes, you will discover the “plain” life is, in reality, a life of depth, beauty and lighthearted joy.

Ohio Star Theater offers professional, wholesome, family-friendly entertainment combined with state-of-the-art audio in a safe and comfortable environment. In addition to the new musical comedy, the upcoming schedule includes live concerts by a variety of entertainers with a broad range of appeal including Jimmy Fortune, David Phelps and Doug Church — The True Voice of Elvis and others.

For an up-to-date schedule and to purchase tickets for the musicals or concerts, go to www.ohiostartheater.com or call the box office at 855-344-7547 Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

In keeping with the state mandate regarding face coverings, Dutchman Hospitality properties require guests to wear masks unless prohibitive due to a medical or other condition. Guests are asked to help in the reopening transition by doing their part in embracing heightened safety and sanitation guidelines and by wearing masks.

“We want our guests and our staff to feel safe as we all venture into this new experience,” said Mike Palmer, president of Dutchman Hospitality.

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