Gospel Jubilee Opens The Historic Wohlfahrt Haus Theatre
Wohlfahrt Haus (WHDT), a state-of-the-art and historic German-themed dinner theatre located in Wytheville, Virginia, beautifully positioned within the Appalachian Mountains, on June 25th premieres Gospel Jubilee.
Wytheville, Virginia, June 29, 2015 (Newswire.com) - The luxurious venue promises audiences a nostalgic, and one of Virginia’s most unique experiences around. While seated in comfortable-lounge style chairs, you will be served a four-course meal prepared by an in-house chef; meanwhile, sit back, relax and be entertained by some of the countries most accomplished performers, including Frank L. Humphrey III, who performs an innovative arrangement of “Bring Him Home” from Les Miserable.
Following the enormous response to last season’s smash hit “Then Sings my Soul”, WHDT will once again feature a brand new production full of the Gospel favorites that you grew up singing. Accompanied by live musicians, this heavenly production will have you on the edge of your pew singing along to the old hymns from your childhood as well as many Southern Gospel hits.
Gospel Jubilee will run three days a week from June 25th – September 6th, ticketing details are as follows:
Friday and Saturday evenings: Dinner 6:00 pm, Show 8:00 pm
Thursday Matinee: Lunch 12:00 pm, Show 2:00 pm
Sunday Matinee: Lunch 1:00 pm, Show 3:00 pm
Toll Free: 888-950-3382
*For special Group Rates contact Shane Terry at 1-888-950-3382
Frank L Humphrey III, who also goes by Frankie Jay is an accomplished singer, actor, dancer, and Executive Producer. He has performed for the First Lady of The United States Michelle Obama at First Ladies Luncheon in Washington D.C., Co-Headlining the show with the iconic Gloria Estefan. Further information can be found at Facebook: Frank L. Humphrey III, Twitter: TheRealFrankieJay, and Instagram:TheRealFrankieJay
WHDT is currently celebrating their fifteen-year anniversary, and is Virginia's one and only ALL musical theater, ALL the time!