Aug 6 Fayetteville PA Totem Pole Tour # 2758

“ Best Little Whorehouse in Texas”

TOTEM POLE PLAYHOUSE…has provided professional summer theatre to residents and visitors of the Cumberland Valley of Pennsylvania since 1950. Located just 15 miles west of Gettysburg, the theatre is known nationally for attracting high quality professional artists and for its wide variety of theatrical programming. Now in its third location in beautiful Caledonia State Park, the theatre was first led by artistic director Karl Genus from 1951 to 1953. For the next 30 years, the late William H. Putch guided the playhouse into national prominence. Working closely with his wife, actress Jean Stapleton, he was responsible for 270 productions at Totem Pole, in addition to directing several national tours.

The Show…The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas…Winner 1978 Drama Desk Awards and 1979 Tony. Miss Mona, the madam of a beloved Texas whorehouse, finds her business suddenly under attack from a television evangelist and local politicians, with even the local sheriff unable to do much to stop the sudden switch in public opinion.
Stauffer’s Cookie Outlet …Is a unique stop where you can fill up with snacks and cookies at bargain rates. Always a popular stop for even those who really didn’t want to go in. Very few come out without a bag in tow. In 1871, David F. Stauffer was baking five barrels of crackers each day for his customers in York, PA. Not only did he bake, he delivered door-to-door in a wheelbarrow. While David would find little similarity to today’s Stauffer’s, he would recognize Stauffer’s quality as well as the scrumptious cookies still made from his favorite recipes! Around the turn of the century, Stauffer’s began baking what has become their most loved product, Animal Crackers. Stauffer’s bakes every kind of cookie you can imagine, and these delicious goodies are manufactured in four different locations: the main facility in York, PA; Blandon, PA; Cuba, NY; and Santa Ana, CA.

The Dobbin House Restaurant and Tavern… is our choice for lunch today.  “Four Score and Seven Years” before President Lincoln delivered his immortal Gettysburg Address, Gettysburg’s oldest and most historic building, the Dobbin House, was built. It has been modernized, & expanded into a fine restaurant.

Dinner Choices

• Baked Chicken w/mushrooms & Baked Potato
• Broiled Flounder w/lemon butter & B’Potato
• Baked Ham w/pineapple, raisin sauce,B’ Potato
• For Dessert Cherry Pie or Chocolate Cake

Depart

Executive Coach 8:30 am rt 7:00 pm
Jack’s Restaurant 9:00 am rt 6:45 pm
Skyline Pool 9:30 am rt 6:30 pm

Cost

$ 95 Per Person