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  • Dinosaur World Live

    Jan 12, 2020

  • MasterChef Junior

    Mar 12, 2020

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Dinosaur World Live

January 12, 2020

Prepare to be amazed at a show which is fearsome and fun in equal measure as Dinosaur World Live hits the road across the USA! An interactive experience for all the family (ages 3+), come and meet dinosaurs of all kinds both large and small. Guided by a courageous explorer, encounter the world famous Tyrannosaurus Rex, the enormous Giraffititan, the horned Triceratops and many more!

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MasterChef Junior

March 12, 2020

Its time to get cooking, because the gastronomically gifted kids of the MasterChef Junior are hitting the road during the popular televised food competition's first ever tour! Pint-sized past winners and fan favorites take to the stage during exciting head-to-head cooking competitions and live Q&A sessions with the audience, making for a delicious and immersive live show that'll give both youngsters and parents alike much food for thought.

Emerson Colonial Theater

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106 Boylston St, Boston, MA 2116

  • Year opened: 1900
  • Capacity: 1700
  • Concession stands
  • Merchandise booths
  • Disabled access
  • Air conditioning
  • In-house bar

Officially re-opening in June 2018! The oldest continually operating theatre in Boston, The Emerson Colonial first opened in 1900 with a spectacular production of Ben Hur, which required a cast and crew of 350 people. Due to its size, it continues to this day to host big scale touring shows which struggle to find venues large enough in other cities.

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