Oct 4, 2020
Oct 17, 2020
Jesus Christ Superstar
Feb 9 - 21, 2021
Apr 1 - 3, 2021
Dear Evan Hansen
May 4 - 30, 2021
October 4, 2020
Gregory Porter is one of the hottest names in jazz. The Californian native, always dapperly attired in his spitfire hat, released his latest studio album "Nat King Cole & Me" in 2017, followed by 2018's "Live At The Albert Hall" and is back on tour in 2020 bringing his melodious voice to fans across the country once more.
October 17, 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 newest 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.
February 9 - 21, 2021
Fresh off a hit run in London, this Olivier Award-winning new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's groundbreaking musical astounds on tour. Lacing together biblical drama with a propulsive rock and funk score, director Timothy Sheader reinvents the story for the modern age, paring back the more overblown aspects of the original for a truly rocking show.
April 1 - 3, 2021
Inspiring the music-makers in all of us, Stomp conjures up intricate rhythms from everyday household items. Marvel as the cast of eight incredibly talented players fill your theater with an orchestra of percussion, with only garbage bin lids, hammers and broom sticks as their instruments.
Winner of 6 Tony Awards
May 4 - 30, 2021
Following its hugely successful run at Broadway's Music Box Theater, this darkly comic musical is touring across the country. The six-time Tony winner, poignant and thought-provoking production has received rave reviews from critics for its unexpectedly touching portrayal of misunderstood youth, young love and the search for acceptance, with a score from the composing team behind 2017's Academy Award-winning La-La Land.
106 Boylston St, Boston, MA 2116
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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