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I thought it would be a melodrama, but it was an entertaining evening with great singing and dancing and (partially extemporaneous) acting of pure silliness that kept us all (including the cast) laughing. Great honky-tonk piano player.
If you buy the meal along with the...More
This was an unbelievable experience from the moment you walk into the theater and appear to be in an old western town playhouse (it is well built and unique) to the non stop hilarious laughs. We saw Who Shot Juanito Bandido. Apparently this is an...More
The three previous times we came here were for family reunions. This time just my wife when I drove up, just to see the show. Each time was hilarious but this one was the best. During the section where they kind of let the actors...More
For our family reunion we all (43 of us) went to see Who Shot Juanito Bandito at the Pickleville Playhouse and it was outstanding! It's a quaint little log-cabin theater. The staff was awesome, helping seat us, and just generally being super-friendly. Everyone from the...More
We attended "Who Shot Juanito Bandito?" as well as ate at the accompanying buffet. Our grandchild, ages 5, 8, and 11, enjoyed the show on their level even though there were some jokes and plot lines they didn't understand. All ages can have a good...More
This place is always fun but this visit was phenomenal. Dinner was tasty and filling as usual. Cobbler and ice cream calmed my sweet tooth. Actors were on point with ad-lib comedy and the American rowing team (Row4ALS) was there with their custom sea kayak...More
It had bee several years since we last visited this establishment. The play was amazing and just plain fun. If you need extra leg room, you need to choose the seats on the left side, along the row. You also need to reserve seats early....More
First, this place was quite expensive for small-town entertainment, but the talent was incredible. We saw Juanito Bandito. The songs, acting, and music were all fantastic! The theater, itself is really interesting. My problem was with the content/style of the material. This is supposed to...More
The Pickleville Playhouse is one of the main reasons that we decided to hold our extended family vacation at Bear Lake, and we made the right decision! Twenty of us saw "Who Shot Juanito Bandito" and we could not have had a better time! We...More