adapted by Jacques Lamarre from the memoir by Giulia Melucci
For Giulia, a new date is the perfect opportunity to show off her home cooking. While preparing a three-course dinner on stage in this mouth-watering new comedy, she recounts stories of good food and bad boyfriends, proving to the audience that her culinary flair far surpasses her inferior taste in men. MAINE PREMIERE!
Reservations are now open for the most exclusive tables in town!
During each performance of I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti, 8 audience members will enjoy dinner with the show!
assorted selection of Italian meats and cheeses, marinated artichoke hearts, olives, fresh baked bread
fresh green salad with a homemade vinaigrette, red onion and lemon zest
Fresh homemade pasta with a meat sauce
Red Wine or Water
Call the box office to secure your table for two as a $60 add-on. (Subscribers may move their seats to take advantage of this special offer.)
This production features occasional strong language.