Definition of dinner theater in English:

dinner theater

Syllabification: din·ner the·a·ter

noun

A theater in which a meal is included in the price of a ticket.
More example sentences
  • The resiliency and tolerance that lets a washed-up one-note comedian run a successful dinner theater is why we'll win this war.
  • For an actor who studied theater at Rutgers, got a masters from Columbia University and started in New York with dreams of a career on Broadway, working full-time at a dinner theater in Jacksonville might sound disappointing.
  • The King Arthur-style shields lining the building's windowless concrete walls hinted at a jousting dinner theater.

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