North Charleston Presents Dinner Theatre

Another fabulous season of dinner theatre continues in North Charleston on Friday, April 6, with Mo’ Motown Magic, presented by Remnant Productions. Enjoy a variety of your favorite Motown tunes from the sixties and early seventies, presented by some of the most talented actors and musicians in the Lowcountry. 

In Mo’ Motown Magic, Hurricane Irene has forced some unforgettable characters to spend the night together in the local train station.   Over the course of the evening audiences will witness Richard light Ginny’s fire with “When a Man Loves a Woman.” Ginny returns the favor with “Respect.”  The lovely Lena and her grumpy husband, Grady, offer a reminder that there “Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing.” Young love sparks when Tavon serenades Bernadette after she pleads “Stop in the Name of Love.”  Finally, the enigma Maxwell stops icy Angela in her tracks with “Ain’t too Proud to Beg.”  Will Angela stay or head straight for Proud Mary?  The production promises to tug at your heart strings and have you dancing in your seat!

Remnant Productions is a local theatre group producing and presenting original plays under the direction of Donna Lee Williams. The group strives to develop strong and positive works that while relating to the human experience, offer hope, healing and a helping hand. For more information, visit

The Dinner Theatre will be presented at the Charleston Area Convention Center Ballroom (adjacent to the North Charleston Performing Arts Center) at 5001 Coliseum Drive in North Charleston. A cash bar opens at 6:30pm. Ballroom doors open at 7:00pm for dinner. The evening’s menu includes Grilled Cypress Chicken with garlic-infused tomato concasse and herb aioli. Meals are catered by Embassy Suites.

Tickets are $37 per person, but group discounts are available. Ticket price includes dinner, play, and gratuity. Parking is free. To purchase tickets or to request more information, call the City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department office at 843.740.5854 or email For information on additional programs and events, visit the Cultural Arts section at

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