Oct 6,7,13,14,20,21 2017

This heart-warming, Pulitzer Prize-winning play deals with the relationship of a Southern Jewish woman, Miss Daisy, and her black chauffeur, Hoke, from 1948 to 1973. While Daisy initially views Hoke’s presence as an imposition, the two unlikely foes eventually find ways to care for each other in this touching story about the meaning of friendship and, ultimately, family.

Driving Miss Daisy debuted off-Broadway in 1987, won the 1988 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and was adapted into an Academy Award-winning film in 1989.

Tickets are available by clicking here or calling 800 838-3006

Jan 12-13-19-20        Start time 7:30

Who shows up to an Italian womans rehearsal dinner with her own sauce and meatballs.Camilla does. As you would suspect this was the start of war between Camilla and Irma. Ten years later the women agree to call it truce for the evening to create a meal in commemoration of their childrens ten year wedding anniversary. Although the women agreed on a simple menu, food and temperaments gain momentum as the evening progresses. Mangia is a dinner theater experience that promises to keep the food and the laughs abundant. Even if you are not Italian this theatrical experience will leave you claiming to be.
Dinner will start with antipasti, followed by pasta. The third course will be chicken parmesan, followed by a salad and ending with something sweet.
Guests will be served a traditional Italian meal, no substitutions!
Eat Italian, everyone else does!

Tickets are available here or by calling 800 838 3006

Feb 16-17-23-24      Start time 6:30 Dinner Theater

Tickets are not available yet

Upper Room March 23-24-30-31          Start time 7:30


A look back to our past shows

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The Boys Next Door

Performances ran March 2011

Boys Next Door rises above... the show has been blessed with a generally strong cast... impressive is the spot-on scenic design and lighting

The Earth Trembled

For a preview of this show, click here

"A top-notch job"        "sophisticated production and huge, committed cast"        "Top Hat has a deservedly fine reputation for staging some of the most impressive musical theater in the Valley"        "infectious...energy and enthusiasm...superb lighting design...sets, costumes, scenic design...how-did-they-do-it special effects is remarkably impressive and persuasive" -Milan Paurich, Vindicator


performances ran in October 2008

"Aida is a revelation"  "I doubt whether I’ll see a more impressive or impassioned musical performance all season"  

Top Hat's "AIDA" rated #1 Community Theatre production of 2008

Milan Paurich - Youngstown Vindicator

Renaissance Yuletide Festival and Feast

performances ran in December 2008

Smokey Joe's Cafe

dinner theatre

performances ran in February 2009

"The latest undertaking of Brian Palumbo’s award-winning Top Hat Productions, “Cafe” will encompass both of Palumbo’s principal loves: musical theater and food. As chef-owner of Selah’s restaurant in downtown Struthers, Palumbo not only directed and stars in the show, but he’ll even be catering the “dinner” part of the evening’s entertainment."

Everyone is looking for a bargain in these tough economic times and Top Hat Productions is currently offering a doozy of a deal...Smokey Joe's Cafe combines a three-course meal and an outstanding evening of live theatre for one low price.  "A rousing tent-style powerhouse" "Can I get an amen?" "The audience members thunderous - and richly deserved applause"  - Milan Paurich