Carousel Music Theater

207-633-5297

Great food, an abundance of laughter and superb music from talented singers make the Carousel Music Theater a place to return to again and again.


Reviews

Paul Scharr

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Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017

Fun evening with a talented cast. Good value. Whatever they're putting on, it should be a pleasant evening. Creative presentation with a combo dessert and/or meal with your ticket. We sat along the side to take advantage of the full table option. Acoustics could be improved, but this is not the Met. Cast members do double duty as the wait staff- possibly a useful skill for when they go out to LA for fame and fortune. Bring cash, they earn the tips!

John Hackett

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Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017

We had sandwiches for lunch it was very good and great Musical with some very talented people it wasn't too expensive about $42 a person then they ask for tips afterwards because the players don't get paid they only get what they get from it wasn't too expensive about $42 a person then they ask for tips afterwards because the players don't get paid they only get what they get from tips

Prudence Andrew

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Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017

The food has been delicious both visits and the music wonderful. Looking forward to another visit.

Kevin McNamara

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Friday, Aug. 19, 2016

My wife and I recently experienced a wonderful evening of "Broadway" entertainment at the Carousel Music Theater. The performers were also our servers and each of the five were pleasant and conversant. The facility is clean and comfortable. The fish chowder and the lobster roll were both delicious and depicted the New England tradition. The talent of the performers was topshelf and they provided us with fabulous Gershwin songs and and enjoyable and entertaining Elvis Review. The singing and dancing of each of them brought something unique to the show. It is certainly not to be missed if you are visiting Boothbay Harbor!!

Laura Bagnall

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Monday, July 20, 2015

This was a whole lot of fun. First part is dinner, with the waitstaff alternating between serving the food and singing songs from musicals, cabaret-style. Second part, they put on an original show, with singing. When we were there, they put on an adaptation of Tartuffe, a play by Moliere, with songs from the 70's. You had to be there, but it worked! Food is soup and sandwiches, fine, but what you're really going for is the show. The cast was very talented, recruited from across the country.