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Jan 17 - Mar 12, 2023
Boston Ballet - The Nutcracker
Until Dec 26, 2021
Jan 18 - 30, 2022
To Kill A Mockingbird
Apr 5 - 17, 2022
Ain't Too Proud - The Life and Times of the Temptations
Apr 19 - May 1, 2022
Winner of 11 Tony Awards
January 17 - March 12, 2023
A true cultural phenomenon, Lin-Manuel Miranda's Pulitzer Prize-winning Hamilton is changing the face of the modern musical. An exhilarating historical epic, that is equal parts Sondheim and Notorious B.I.G., this record-breaking Broadway musical traces the life and times of Alexander Hamilton, one of America's most important (and colorful) historical figures.
Until December 26, 2021
This reimagined production of The Nutcracker with costumes and sets by Robert Perdziola and choreography by Boston Ballet director Mikko Nissinen, is always the the centerpiece of the company's season. With The New York Times describing the production as "elegant and theatrically striking," the annual performance of Nissinen's Nutcracker is a Christmas event not to be missed!
January 18 - 30, 2022
After delighting audiences on Broadway Vivian and Edward are bringing their whirlwind romance on their first national tour! Overseen by the movie's director, the late Garry Marshall, this show boasts music from Bryan Adams and direction and choreography from two-time Tony winner Jerry Mitchell (Kinky Boots).
April 5 - 17, 2022
Oscar winner Aaron Sorkin brings his Broadway smash hit out on tour for the first time! Opening to much critical acclaim back in 2018, To Kill A Mockingbird tells the story of a black man accused of rape in pre-civil rights era Alabama and the noble lawyer who defends him. Directed by the iconic Barlett Sher, witness the tale of an era come to life on stage! Emmy Award winner Richard Thomas will star as Atticus Finch.
April 19 - May 1, 2022
As one of 2019's most sparkling Broadway musicals Ain't Too Proud - The Life and Times of the Temptations hits the road for its national tour! Garnering twelve 2019 Tony Award nominations (one of the season's most nominated productions) Ain't Too Proud garnered praise from the critics for its sublime performances and refreshing telling of how one of the world's most successful bands came to be.
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Formerly the Boston Opera House. This beautiful opera house started life in 1928 as the B.F. Keith Memorial Theatre where it played movies and was also one of the best examples of a vaudeville palace on the circuit. From 1929 it operated solely as a movie palace until 1980, when it was acquired as a home for the Opera Company of Boston. Today it plays host to a variety of entertainment from opera and ballet, as well as staging the many Broadway productions that tour the country, making it one of the most successful venues in the city.
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