Teatro ZinZanni is much like a smaller, but no less impressive, Cirque Du Soleil. It is not an inexpensive night but the food and the performances that happen in and around your dinner table are well worth it. You need to get your reservations well in advance.
The downfall... you'll need to buy your own tickets. We are going to a Sunday evening show, which runs $105 per person for outer ring seating, or $125 for inner ring. If we get enough people together, we may be able to get seating together. We are going to be sitting in the inner ring.
I will be dressed to the 9's (corset and velvets and such) that night and I would love to see others of my friends enjoying dinner and the show around me. I know we have floor seats. Between that, my birthday and the corset, I have a decent chance of being dragged into the show. I would love to have some support from the audience should this happen.
The last time I went, Jeff and I were the only people I saw dressed up. So much so that people thought he and I were part of the show! I would like to see that changed. I know my friends can and do dress up when appropriate and this would be one of those times. Plus, as I was returning from the ladies room, one of the performers decided to escort me back to my seat. It was funny. Dressing up gets you noticed by the performers.