The Clinton Area Showboat Theatre is holding a Trivia Night on Friday, November 6th. Proceeds from this fundraiser will benefit the Showboat's 2016 professional Summer productions, educational Intern Program, and summer camps for children.

The event will take place at Gil's Ballroom, 2750 South 27th Street in Clinton.

Teams should consist of six to eight members. Registration begins at 6 pm with play beginning at 7 pm. Fees are $10 per person. Gil's is open for dinner before the contest (come early!) and beverages and snacks are available for purchase during the evening. No food or beverages may be brought in. Mulligans and doublers will be available for purchase and there will be a raffle and door prizes. First Prize for the winning team is $100 and second prize is $50.

The Clinton Area Showboat Theatre will offer a Season of American Classics for the summer of 2016. The upcoming 2016 season includes Neil Simon's The Odd Couple (June 4­11), Meredith Wilson's The Music Man (June 16 to July 4), the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic South Pacific (July 8­17), Grease ! (July 21­31), and Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie (August 4­13). Matthew Teague Miller is Producing Artistic Director for the 2016 season.

Tickets for the 2015 season will be available at the Trivia Night. Visit for more information about all upcoming Showboat events

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