By Tom Roebuck
The Old West will live again — at least for two nights — at the Masonic Lodge when “Revenge Girls of the West” returns to Ocean Beach on April 8 and 9.
The locally produced and written dinner-theater show features a cast and crew made up of mostly OB residents who have dedicated hours of work for the show’s charity, Breast Cancer Angels.
Unlike a typical performance where the audience is a passive observer, “Revenge Girls of the West” is an immersive experience where the story unfolds throughout the room, not just on the stage.
“Every seat is a front-row seat, and the audience really gets to be in the thick of it,” said Sooty Hetrick, who wrote the show with Tomas Navarro.
Included in the ticket price is a three-course carnitas dinner and a full cash bar will be available, as well as bottle service. Since alcohol will be flowing and the dialog contains some R-rated language, the show is for ages 21 and up.
This will be the second production of “Revenge Girls,” which features live music written and performed by Jonny Wagon. Production company Shetrick Entertainment is staging the show and has produced several immersive experiences at the Masonic in the last five years. Hetrick said the two upcoming shows will probably be the last performances of “Revenge Girls.”
The performances are a benefit for the Angels, a charity whose mission is to provide financial and emotional assistance to breast cancer patients during their treatments. The Angels’ programs help pay for rent and mortgage payments, clothing, medical bills or any other needs that arise.
“Revenge Girls of the West” is at the Masonic Lodge, 1171 Sunset Cliffs Blvd., on Saturday, April 8, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, April 9, at 6 p.m. Tickets including a three-course carnitas dinner are $82.50. Tickets and more information are available at www.shetrick.com.
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