Potted Potter will be in Boston from September 17th-October 6th at the Paramount Theater.
"The Olivier Award nominated POTTED POTTER – The Unauthorized Harry Experience – A Parody by Dan and Jeff takes on the ultimate challenge of condensing all seven Harry Potter books (and a real life game of Quidditch) into seventy hilarious minutes. Even if you don’t know the difference between a horcrux and a Hufflepuff, POTTED POTTER will make you roar with laughter.
Created by two-time Olivier Award-nominated actors Daniel Clarkson and Jefferson Turner, Potted Potter is perfect for ages six to Dumbledore (who is very old indeed)."
Please check out the Paramount Theater website for ticket information.
Outside the Box is currently taking place in Boston! The festival runs til the July 21, 2013 and features a week of free music, dance and theater performances!
Some of the theater performances have two-three shows but the musical acts are scheduled to have one performance. The Outside The Box website has a schedule of the performances and demonstrations. Performances vary from The Boston Children's Chorus to Mighty Mighty Bosstones!
This is a family friendly event located in the Boston Common. There are multiple stages set up with various performances throughout the day. There is even a children's area with acts and various actives, including magicians and jump rope!
And don't forget the Fork Lift Food Festival that will be scheduled from July 18th-21st!
Beginning September 7th, The Porch, an amazing theatrical drama will take action! The Porch is about three ladies of a certain age discussing things that ladies of a certain age discussed in 2004–like the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal. And ALL its ramifications. The ladies are funny, insightful, incisive and they abandoned their censorship synapses long ago. As the Labor Day weekend continues, we get to know them, and their long-suffering husbands as a mystery unfolds involving one of the ladies and a time in her past that touched her and all her friends. The drama in The Porch sneaks up on you as you laugh and laugh. When life attacks suddenly, it’s friendship alone that provides the bridge to tomorrow.
September 7, 8, 14, 15, 20, 21 & 22, at 8pm and September 16 at 2pm.
Join the Honey Players, in Waltham, MA on one of the above dates! Get Your Tickets Here
So the Calderwood Pavilion is pretty much amazing. It is a 35‚000 square feet complex with a three–story interior space‚ which includes two theatres‚ rehearsal rooms‚ and backstage facilities.
What's so special about it? Well if the fact that is pretty much serves as a theater hub and a cultural landmark for the City of Boston doesn't impress than let me ramble on some more. It also provides a home for artistic collaborations; fosters the development of new plays; helps build and diversify audiences; creates more opportunities for youth and community outreach; and expands the existing BCA complex to include more performance venues for Boston's smaller arts organizations.
It's always a great fun time in Boston at the Calderwood pavilion in South End so check out the schedule and make a date and enjoy the Boston theater scene.
And what's even cooler is that I grew up on a street called Calderwood - not that you care about that of course!
Uncle Murray is coming over for dinner, but there's no food in sight! A young man's search for a family recipe ends up bringing folk tales to life...in his kitchen. Based on a collection of traditional Yiddish stories, "The Magic Soup" teaches that it is those with wit, humor and imagination who have the best chance of filling their bellies -- and fulfilling their dreams. Puppet Showplace Theatre is an award-winning non-profit performing arts organization committed to excellence in puppetry as a theatrical experience that educates, enlightens, and entertains audiences of all ages.
Established in 1974, PST is the first and only year-round dedicated puppetry presenter in New England. AKA you have nothing to lose but a few laughs. Can't make this show? There are many more just check the schedule.
Dates: Wed, Aug 8, 2012 ~ Sat, Aug 11, 2012
Times: 10:30 am and 1:00 pm
Popcorn isn't the only thing poppin' at this distinguished Boston area Landmark in Cambridge.
Since 1953 The Brattle Theatre has shown the best in classic, cutting-edge, foreign, and art-house films. They also show first-run films and new releases of classic films, but their specialty is a repertory programming format consisting of films from a particular director, genre, or subject shown over the course of a week.
After a remodel prior to 9/11 things slowed down, but since the non-profit Brattle Film Foundation has operated the Brattle Theatre beginning in 2001, the Brattle House has consistently had quite the crowd.
Check out the Brattle House schedule and buy your tickets today. Be forewarned though - it is tucked away in a barn-shaped brick building in Harvard Square, its entrance buried down a flight of stairs off Brattle Street - and what ever you do, leave your 3-D glasses behind because this theater will thrill you with more than just things flying at your face! (I don't know why we torture ourself with those glasses anyways?)
Another classic Boston experience.
If you are feeling blue, these blue men are sure to lighten up your day. The Blue Man Group Show is a must see, and if it isn't on your Boston bucket list, add it quick!
So now your probably wondering why i'm trying to talk you into going to see three men who are painted blue. Just trust me, i've seen the show and it is incredible. The Blue Man Group stars a trio of performers called Blue Men, who all wear blue makeup and bald caps. They are so entertaining that they were even showcased on The Tonight Show. It's simply an outrageous audio visual spectacle, not to be missed.
Put it in your calandar to head on down to the Charles Playhouse and watch one of the most interesting theatrical shows of your life. These Blue Men are sure to turn frowns upside down. I even got a kiss on the cheek! (and you thought lipstick was hard to get off your face!)
Pacisfism, free love, drugs, free love, tolerance, free love. The Tony-winning "Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical" free loves into town with "Aquarius," "Good Morning Starshine," the title track, and more free love. So, squeeze into your '60s bell bottoms and tie-dye shirt and visit the past.
Where: Colonial Theatre | 106 Boylston St.
When: Until April 10
Price: Varing: Go here to check out prices.
You loved Mary Poppins as a kid. You watched that VHS (I'm really dating myself right now) until you wore it out. Now go and see it live right here in Boston.
MARY POPPINS is bringing its own brand of Broadway magic to theaters across the country, which has Variety raving, “This is the rare touring production that over-delivers on every level!” Featuring the irresistible story and unforgettable songs from one of the most popular Disney films of all time, plus brand-new breathtaking dance numbers and spectacular stage-craft, MARY POPPINS is everything you could ever want in a hit Broadway show! So get swept up in the fun of this high-flying musical the New York Post gives 4 out of 4 stars and calls “a perfect piece of musical theater.”
Playing at the Opera House | 539 Washington Street
Find and get tickets right here.
The most controversial and brilliant play of the season.
Have you seen the new neighbors? Richard Patterson is not happy. The family of black actors that has moved in next door is rowdy, tacky, shameless, and uncouth. And they are not just invading his neighborhood—they’re infiltrating his family, his sanity, and his entirely post-racial lifestyle. This wildly theatrical, explosive play on race marks the major debut of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, member of NYC’s Public Theatre’s Emerging Writers Group.
Buy Tickets Online at BostonTheatreScene.com
BOX Office Phone: 617.933.8600
Company One | 539 Tremont Street Boston, MA
January 14 – February 5, 2011
Wednesdays @ 7:30 pm
Thurs., Fri., + Sat. @ 8:00 pm
Saturday Matinee (Feb. 5th only) @ 4:00 pm
Sundays @ 2:00pm