Oakland Lutheran Church will host "1813" a dinner theater of historic proportions, Nov. 2-3, 9-10, at 6:30 p.m. The $15 donation includes a full and hearty meal of dishes authentic to the era, plus a 90 minute presentation that places the audience in a Richland County inn during the year the county was founded. The church is located at 2045 Olivesburg Road, which is Ohio Route 545 at Crall Road three miles north of the Reformatory.The Inn is a room in the church, decorated to look like a log structure of 200 years ago. Paul Lintern, show's originator, will host the group as Jacob Zeiter, owner of the Oakland Inn, interacting with the audience throughout the evening, and sharing stories of events taking place nearby, especially of events related to the War of 1812. Ken Devinney will be a member of the militia, recently paroled after the defeat at Fort Detroit, and Kiariaden Dickerson will entertain with the violin, as the granddaughter of an indentured servant who is in a successful shipbuilding business in Boston. An interesting feature in the set is an 18-star, 18-stripe American flag hanging in the corner, designed to bring the state toal up to day, even though sucha flag never existed, because Ohio had to wait 15 years until 1818 to have its start officially added to the flag. Several young people from Oakland Church will act as servants and horse groomers for the event. Barb and Chuck Watson coordinate a team of food preparers behind the scenes. Lintern has been pastor of Oakland Lutheran Church for the last 11 years. He also has served as coordinator of events for the Richland County bicentennial this year. This is the ninth and final year for this event, and will mark the 50th performance, although the first seven years focused on 1831, one of the first years of Oakland Church. Seating is limited to 34 at each performance; reservations may be made by calling Amy at 419-564-0190.