Down the Rabbit Hole: A Whiskey Tasting Experience 

Join the Silver Stage Players and Luciano’s Restaurant as we highlight unique whiskies from distilleries all around the country! Down the Rabbit Hole: A Whiskey Tasting Experience features a flight of six American whiskies paired with specially crafted fare from Luciano’s culinary arts expert, Luc Gerber. 

This unique event is offered in an intimate and limited seating fashion November 18 and 19 beginning at 6 PM at Luciano’s restaurant. Doors open at 5:30 PM. The evening of whiskey tasting and eats includes a free tasting glass, raffle, themed characters, and other surprises. Tickets will be available soon at the Elko Chamber of Commerce and are $80 per person. 

Luciano’s Chef and Owner, Luc Gerber, studied the culinary arts in Paris, France. He moved to San Francisco in 1999 to work under some very talented chefs, where he honed his skills in the kitchen but dreamed of one day owning his own restaurant. He opened his own place, Luciano’s, where he provides some of the freshest ingredients that he can find! Come in and enjoy! 

Celebrating over eight decades of excellence in the arts, the Silver Stage Players is dedicated to providing the finest theater, community service, and educational opportunities to its members and the residents of northeastern Nevada. The local Elko theater company is committed to creating the most complete, innovative, engaging, and contemplative theater experience possible. Over its eight-decade history, SSP has produced hundreds of productions, many of which were firsts for northern Nevada and the company continues to produce unique and inspiring drama today. Offerings have included Bard in the Yard, CLUE, Godspell, Nunsense, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, A Christmas Carol, War of the Worlds, Scrooge Makes Up, Lysistrata, Greater Tuna, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Poe & Pints 2021, The Wizard of Oz, The Man of La Mancha, The Last U.S. Mail Stage Robbery, and Much Ado About Nothing among many others. 

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was written in 1865 by English novelist, Lewis Carroll. Telling the story of a young girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole into a fantasy realm of creatures, it became one of the most popular works of English-language fiction. It was notably illustrated by British artist John Tenniel. Lewis 

Carroll was born in 1832 in Cheshire, England. Ever the Renaissance man, Carroll was also a logician, mathematician, and photographer. Even with his many disciplines, he is still best remembered for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel, Through the Looking-Glass written in 1871. Lewis Carroll passed away on January 14, 1898, in Surrey. 

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