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  • Ben Rector

    Dates Uncertain

  • Million Dollar Quartet

    May 1 - 2, 2020

  • Miranda Sings

    May 15, 2020

  • Russell Brand

    May 31, 2020

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Ben Rector

Dates Uncertain

Nashville native Ben Rector mixes shades of soul, gospel and upbeat sunshine pop to form piano-driven anthems that could get the toes of even the most cynical of audiophiles tapping along. A decade after he took his first tentative steps into the music world whilst studying at the university of Arkansas, Rector has toured around the USA and released several studio albums!

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Million Dollar Quartet

May 1 - 2, 2020

The legendary four return once more in this limited tour of the Broadway hit musical, Million Dollar Quartet! Experience the magic of Elvis, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins on stage together with all your favorite songs, including Blue Suede Shoes, Fever, That's All Right, Sixteen Tons, Great Balls of Fire, and Walk the Line.

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Miranda Sings

May 15, 2020

Transitioning from Youtube sensation to genuine live superstar isn't always an easy process, but Colleen Ballinger (aka Miranda Sings) has managed it with ease. Her lipstick-smeared, delusional alter-ego has been posting videos online for several years now and has grown into one of the platform's most influential comedians. Now Miranda Sings continues her new tour, Who Wants My Kid?

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Russell Brand

May 31, 2020

With his Pre-Raphaelite halo of raven curls, Puck-like sense of mischief and charismatic command of the English language, comedian Russell Brand is one of the most recognizable and well-loved stand-up performers in the world. Born and raised in the English county of Essex, Brand's rebellious teendom parlayed into drug addiction in his early adulthood, a subject that informed many of his first candid, confessional-style comedy shows. No stranger to controversy, his party antics, Hollywood rock-star life-style, and lothario reputation were underpinned by a keen sense of self-deprecation and the ability to skewer his own flamboyance, making for erudite routines that never shied away from the taboo.

Shubert Theatre

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Citi Performing Arts Center, 270 Tremont St, Boston, MA 2116

  • Year opened: 1910
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  • Disabled access
  • In-house bar

Originally a stage for Shakespeare's plays, the restored Shubert Theatre with a seating capacity of 1500+, is considered to be Boston Theater District's "Little Princess". It is located within the Citi Performing Arts Center, and the Shubert now hosts Broadway shows, theater, opera, music and dance events. The venue is home to many local community arts organizations, with a diverse range of arts and entertainment programs available to all age groups.

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