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  • Full dinner theater show at Foster's this summer starting July 24

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    June 24, 2019
    York Underbelly at Foster's – an evening of dinner theater at its finest -  is a hysterical-historical interactive jaunt that features fun,  music, food and frivolity.  Every Seacoast town has its underbelly filled with scandal, intrigue and even murder that most would like to see swept under the sand but York Underbelly delivers these tales with gut-wrenching laughter, songs and even a lobster dinner.
    York Underbelly at Foster's will be presented Wednesdays, July 24 and 31 and Aug.  7 and 14. Doors and bar open at 6 p.m., Full Lobster- bake served at 6:30 p.m. and Performance starts at 7 p.m. Show and dinner (17 and up) are $39.99 and can be reserved by calling (207) 363-3255.
    .................or perhaps just the show!
    For those theater goers who would just like to enjoy the interactive show you may reserve/purchase a $20 ticket for a 7 p.m. arrival.
    Join accused spy Silas Deane  (George Hosker-Bouley) and bawdy wench Olive Madbury (Sarah Shanahan) as they skip through some of the mischief of the Seacoast’s last two-hundred years. Their stories and songs detail some of the regions most infamous crimes, most scandalous blunders and most provocative relationships that truly make for strange bedfellows. Learn about York’s grittier history through the lens of these two costumed period characters. 
    Lobster bake menu includes New England clam chowder, Maine lobster with hot drawn butter, sweet corn on the cob, roasted red bliss potatoes and onions, rolls and butter.
    George Hosker-Bouley is a renowned Seacoast talent, former executive/artistic director of Prescott Park Arts Festival, award-winning playwright and creator of the Portsmouth Underbelly Tours. 
    Sarah Shanahan is a winner and multiple nominee for Best Actress in a musical for the Spotlight on the Arts Awards. She is known for her realistic portrayals of women from both side of the fence and can be seen locally performing with Mike Morris.
    George Hosker-Bouley
    978 683-7745