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Ceol Agus Craic: A St. Patricks Day Celebration in Boston Logo HOT PICK!

Ceol Agus Craic: A St. Patricks Day Celebration


Ceol Agus Craic: A St. Patrick’s Day Celebration Saturday, March 11th, 2023 | 7:30 PM Sunday, March 12th, 2023 | 2:00 PM Reagle Music Theatre's

Concert

3/11 - 2/12/2023
Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston
617 Lexington St.
Waltham
A Revolution of Her Own!™ in Boston Logo

A Revolution of Her Own!™


On Thursday, February 9, 2023, at 6:00 pm, the first American female soldier Deborah Sampson fights a REVOLUTION in West Springfield, MA! A Revolution of
2/9
Storrowton Village Museum
7 Avenue de Lafayette
Boston
The Fab Four: The Ultimate Tribute in Boston Logo

The Fab Four: The Ultimate Tribute


Join Emmy Award-winning Beatles tribute band The Fab Four: The Ultimate Tribute for an unforgettable night of classic Beatles music! You'll enjoy note-perfect renditions of
2/10
The Cabot
286 Cabot Street
Beverly

Disney's Beauty And The Beast Jr


The Brainy and Beautiful Belle yearns to escape her provincial life...and her brute of a suitor, Gaston. However, Belle gets more adventurous than she wanted
2/10 - 2/11/2023
Bishop Fenwick
Peabody

Into The Woods

2/9 - 2/11/2023
Chapel Hill-chauncy Hall High Schoo
Waltham

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

2/10 - 2/11/2023
Fellowship Hal
25 Columbian St
South Weymouth

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

2/10 - 2/11/2023
Fellowship Hal
25 Columbian St
South Weymouth
Yuki Kanesaka presents Extension of a Man: the music of Donny Hathaway featuring Leon Beal Jr. in Boston Logo

Yuki Kanesaka presents Extension of a Man: the music of Donny Hathaway featuring Leon Beal Jr.


Yukihiro Kanesaka and Leon Beal Jr. will headline this music filled theatrical event celebrating love in tribute to one of the most soulful, artistic voices
2/11
The Mosesian Center for the Arts
321 Arsenal St.
Watertown
Made in China 2.0 in Boston Logo

Made in China 2.0


Pushing theater to the edge has never seemed so easy.Provocative and boundary-erasing director Wang Chong takes audiences on a journey deep inside his personal experiences
2/1 - 2/12/2023
ArtsEmerson - Emerson Paramount Center Jackie Liebergott Black Box
559 Washington St.
Boston

Sister Act Jr.


Shore Middle School
2/10 - 2/12/2023
Common St. Spritiual Center
13 Common St
Natick

Tick Tick Boom!


A musical look at the courage it takes to follow your dreams, strongTICK, TICK... BOOM!/strong is a href="http://mtishows.com/biography.asp?writerid=3622"Jonathan Larson/a's autobiographical tale of a young composer
2/3 - 2/12/2023
Colonial Chorus Players
1249 Main St
Reading

Tick Tick Boom!


A musical look at the courage it takes to follow your dreams, strongTICK, TICK... BOOM!/strong is a href="http://mtishows.com/biography.asp?writerid=3622"Jonathan Larson/a's autobiographical tale of a young composer
2/3 - 2/12/2023
Old Hose House
Reading

Tick Tick Boom!

2/3 - 2/12/2023
Old Hose House
Reading
Yuki Kanesaka presents A Tribute to Roberta Flack featuring Athene Wilson in Boston Logo

Yuki Kanesaka presents A Tribute to Roberta Flack featuring Athene Wilson


Yukihiro Kanesaka and Athene Wilson will headline this music filled theatrical event celebrating love in tribute to one of the most soulful, artistic voices of
2/12
The Mosesian Center for the Arts
321 Arsenal St.
Watertown

Mary Poppins Jr


One of the most popular Disney movies of all time is capturing hearts in a whole new way: as a practically perfect musical! Mary Poppins
5/12 - 2/15/2023
Jackson Walnut Park Theatre
Newton

Mary Poppins Jr

5/12 - 2/15/2023
Jackson Walnut Park Theatre
Newton

10-minute Musicals

2/18 - 2/18/2023
Black Box Theatre
Cambridge

10-minute Musicals


Allegheny Clarion Valley High Schoo
2/18 - 2/18/2023
Black Box Theatre
Cambridge

9 To 5, The Musical


9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL is a hilarious story of friendship and revenge in the Rolodex era. 9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL tells the story
2/17 - 2/18/2023
The Bergmann Theater
Byfield
Almost Queen: A Tribute to Queen in Boston Logo

Almost Queen: A Tribute to Queen


Member on sale 11/8 at 10am Public on sale 11/11 at 10am THE most authentic QUEEN live show since the days of QUEEN themselves. A
2/18
The Hanover Theatre & Conservatory for the Performing Arts
2 Southbridge St, Worcester, MA 01608
Worcester

Godspell-2012 Revised Version


Godspell book by John-Michael Tebelak music & lyrics by Stephen Schwartz conceived & originally directed by John-Michael Tebelak based on The Gospel According to St.
2/17 - 2/18/2023
Lexington Christian Academy
48 Bartlett Ave
Lexington
NEP Concert - Poetic Dances in Boston Logo

NEP Concert - Poetic Dances


Ellen Taaffe Zwilich Thank You Notes for Richard Pittman (2022) NEP commission, world premiere Kareem Roustom Ramal (2014) Boston premiere Elijah Daniel Smith Wraith Weight
2/18
New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall
PO Box 231168
Boston

The Addams Family School Edition


Visual content only
2/16 - 2/18/2023
Tabor Academy
232 Front St
Marion
“Diana of LOVE™” featuring LIVE music of Zoë Knight, Sponsored by Winthrop Cultural Council in Boston Logo

“Diana of LOVE™” featuring LIVE music of Zoë Knight, Sponsored by Winthrop Cultural Council


Diana of Love™ is a multi-disciplinary performance honoring Princess Diana. The tragic death of England’s Rose does not overpower the historical impact that Diana Spencer
2/19
Deane Winthrop House

Winthrop

Assassins

2/17 - 2/19/2023
Phillips Academy-tang Theatre
Andover

Company

2/9 - 2/19/2023
College Of The Holy Cross
1 College St
Worcester



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