About

History

On April 4th in 1984

Rainbow’s Comedy Playhouse took its first curtain call. It has been producing Broadway and original comedies ever since. Founders/producers David and Cindy DiSavino were two working…

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The Producers

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Cindy and David DiSavino

Cindy and David DiSavino were married in 1984 and formed a company the same year. They have been together every single solitary day since, and are still alive to talk about it.

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Auditions

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Rainbow does not hold open auditions

However, if you are interested in becoming part of the Rainbow Family, you can submit your resume and a headshot to our Artistic Director, Cynthia DiSavino…

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faqs

1.

What type of performances does your theatre do?

Contrary to popular belief, we do not have stand-up comedy. We are America’s Only All-Comedy Dinner Theatre and perform all broadway-style comedies. As Charlie Chaplin once said, “Anyone can make them cry. It takes a genius to make them laugh.” Laughing is what we love to do and it is what we are great at, so feel free to come laugh at us.

2.

What is included in the ticket price?

The price of our tickets includes the dinner, the show, taxes and gratuity for that day.  The price also includes the following drinks – water, iced tea, hot tea and coffee.  Any additional drinks or items you chose to order from our bar is not included.  Neither is the bartenders gratuity so please treat him kindly.

3.

What is your dress code?

Our dress code is simply “nice casual.”  We want our audience to feel comfortable while they are laughing so if you want to come in a suit and tie or in your jeans it makes no difference to us.

4.

What credit cards do you accept?

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express – NOT your hotel room key. We also accept checks… and cash is always nice as well.

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Advertise with us

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Perks of Advertising with Us!

Unlike most theatres, advertising in Rainbow’s Playbill buys your inclusion in the entire years’ program not just for one show. Showtime is an item that our audience members really read, take home and save. In fact, most bus groups ask the actors to sign their playbill at the end of the show.

We pride ourselves on laughter and it is a great idea to identify your business with a place that always makes people happy. Your company will gain a quality impression with “on-the-go” seniors during our matinees and with upscale active adults during our evening performances.

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