Looking for a relaxing overnight getaway with a fabulous dinner and theatre experience,
included with your stay?
The Inn on Lake Granbury is pleased to offer its “Let Us Entertain You Package”. The “Let Us
Entertain You Theatre” Package, when added as an option to your Inn reservation, includes a
dinner voucher for two at the Eighteen Ninety Grille, a full breakfast for two, complimentary
appetizers and wine, two tickets to a show performed by the Granbury Theatre Company, an
evening dessert in your room following the show, chocolates on your pillow, and turndown
service at our Granbury Bed and Breakfast.
With your two show tickets, you will experience an entertaining two act musical called
“Romance Romance” which opens February 20th at the newly renovated Granbury Opera House.
The story of two couples who fall for each other – either under an assumed persona or in make
believe circumstances – is musically accompanied for the first time from the New Orchestra Pit,
and featuring ballet dancers from the North Central Ballet. Early pre-opening reviews have
characterized the show as “clever”, “funny”, and “truthful” about couples and romance.
“Romance Romance” will be showing from February 20 – March 8, 2014 with shows Thursday
– Saturdays at 7:30pm with a Saturday matinee at 3:30pm. For ticket and show information, go
For more information about the Inn, and the “Let Us Entertain You Package,” go to
www.innonlakegranbury.com or call us at 817-573-0046.
A Musical Performed in the Granbury Opera House February 20, 2014 – March 8, 2014
Thursdays – Saturdays 7:30 pm
Saturday Matinee 3:30 pm
Starring Brian Lawson, Emily Warwick, Cooper Dodd and Ashley Blaine, Featuring Ballet Dancers
from North Central Ballet.
First Time Ever – Live Musical Accompaniment from the New Orchestra PitRomance/Romance a two act musical – Varied looks at romance seekers during the turn of the century and then modern day. In nineteenth century
Vienna, Alfred and Josephine are discontent with their lives. He is tired of women
only wanting him for his money, and she is a woman used to wanting men for their
money. Confiding their woes to their respective best friends in letters, they each
separately decide to dress down and go walking in the park, hoping for something
different. They end up meeting and fall in love with the others’ assumed persona.