I am trying to organize a group to see Allegiance, a Speak Easy Production, on Thursday, May 31st, at 2 PM. I am able to obtain a discount of 10 tickets at $20 each. This will be performed at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527 Tremont St. in the South End.
The first ten people to RSVP via the Tear Sheet will receive the discount. I will notify you when I receive the tickets. The deadline is May 15th. In March, six members attended Every Brilliant Thing. I hope that more members would like to join us for an afternoon of fun at the theater.
To quote their website: Inspired by the true childhood experience of TV/film actor and social media icon George Takei (Mr. Sulu on Star Trek), Allegiance tells the story of the Kimura family, whose lives are upended when they and 120,000 other Japanese-Americans are forced to leave their homes following the events at Pearl Harbor. Sam Kimura seeks to prove his patriotism by fighting for his country in the war, but sister Kei fiercely protests the government’s treatment of her people. An uplifting testament to the power of the human spirit, Allegiance follows the Kimuras as they fight between duty and defiance, custom and change, family bonds and forbidden loves. SpeakEasy Stage is proud to breathe new life into Allegiance by presenting the East Coast regional premiere of an intimate version of this important musical.
RUN TIME: Approximately 2 hours and 10 minutes with one intermission.
For more info, view their website.
The second luncheon will be Monday, April 16th, 2018, at S & S Deli from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM. The cost of the luncheon will be $11 (or you may order from the menu). Future dates will be the third Monday of each month, March through December. S & S Deli is at 1334 Cambridge Street.
Please RSVP with Bob Kingston-Parrott by calling (336) 324-9256 or e-mailing email@example.com. You can also sign up with Bob at one of the other community meals.
Should you need to get there by T, take the Red Line to Central Square, then catch either the 83 or the 91 at the bus station on Magazine St. just south of Mass. Ave. Both buses stop on Hampshire St. between S & S and Ryles (just before the intersection with Cambridge St.). Alternately, you can take the Green Line to Lechmere and take the 69 bus down Cambridge St. to the intersection with Hampshire St. S & S Deli also has off-street parking.
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I am trying to organize a group to see Every Brilliant Thing, a Speak Easy Production, on Thursday March 29th, at 2 PM. I am able to obtain a community discount of 10 tickets at $20 each. This will be performed at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527 Tremont St. in the South End.
The first ten people to RSVP via the Tear Sheet will receive the discount. I will notify you when I receive the tickets. The deadline is March 15th. Last month, three members attended Shakespeare in Love. I hope that more members would like to join us for an afternoon of fun at the theater.
To quote their website:
1. Ice cream 2. Water fights 3. Staying up past your bedtime and being allowed to watch TV. These are just a few items on a list of things worth living for compiled by a young girl trying to ease her mother’s depression at the start of the charming and miraculous new play EVERY BRILLIANT THING. Through adulthood, as the list grows, she learns the deep significance the list has on her own life, as she goes to college, falls in love, and builds a home. A tribute to the irrepressible resilience inside all of us and the capacity to find delight in the everyday, EVERY BRILLIANT THING is a very funny and moving new play that enlists members of the audience to help tell its story.
RUN TIME: Approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes with no intermission.
For more information, view Speak Easy’s website.
The Boston Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence are happy to announce the date for Nunch – The Nun Brunch. This year the event will take place on March 11th, 2018 from 11 AM to 2 PM at Club Café. This event features hours of live entertainment from local performers while raising funds for the annual grants the Boston Sisters give. For further information, please visit the event Facebook page which will continue to be updated about the event and ticketing details.
“Showbiz Spitfire” Paige Turner, the drag darling of NYC and star of Shade: Queens of NYC (on the Fusion Network), makes her Boston debut in her one woman show “Drag me to the Top!” which has previously played to sold out runs in Mexico and New York City. Learn the unvarnished truth of how this drag superstar climbed her way to the top in a world filled with bottoms. “Drag me to the Top!” is a hysterical evening of live singing, outrageous comedy, videos and over the top parodies. Life can be a drag—and Paige Turner wouldn’t have it any other way! Featuring all-live songs from Frozen, One Direction, burlesque, Queen, and many more. Get ready to ride on a rainbow as this tawdry blonde bombshell takes you into her phantasmagorical world of mayhem and foolishness! Known as the Carol Burnett of Drag, Paige Turner is one the original creators, producers and host of NYC’s live drag reality show “So You Think You Can Drag?” She is a Glam Award winner and is known for her over the top parodies on YouTube. She tours throughout the country in her all-live one woman shows, including her critically acclaimed show “Confessions of an Un-Natural Blonde” and coined the phrase Slurp!, which is also the name of the longest running drag show in NYC! She is currently part of the cast of Shade: Queens of NYC and has been featured several times on Watch What Happens Live! on Bravo. Visit paigeturnernyc.com for more info.
Carol O’Shaughnessy, who performed at our anniversary party, will be holding her Christmas CD release party at Club Café [R.S.V.P. online] on December 3rd at 2 PM. Come enjoy the show, pick up a CD for $10 and have dinner for 20% off (drinks not included).
On Tuesday, January 13th at 4 PM, we will attend a performance of Shakespeare in Love, put on by the SpeakEasy Stage Company. They are located at the Calderwood Pavilion, 527 Tremont St., Boston in the South End. The closest T stop is Back Bay Station and it is about an 8 minute walk on Clarendon St. across Columbus Ave. From Park St., the 43 Bus has a stop in front of the Pavilion. Parking can be a bit of a problem. I know the theater validates at the Clarendon St. Garage at Back Bay Station.
In order to qualify for the group discount, we would need 10 or more members to attend. The price will be $35. It would be a great way to spend an afternoon with your group members. There are many restaurants near the theater as well as Club Café which is about 10-12 minutes away.
If you are interested in going, please fill out the tear sheet and return it to the office by December 29th. If we do not receive enough for the show, we will refund the money.
On Saturday, December 2nd at 3:00 PM, JP Jubilee (who performed at October’s meeting) will host a concert at Hope Central Church (85 Seaverns Ave., Jamaica Plain) with the Parkway Community Orchestra. Please support Boston Prime Timer Jim Flavin and the rest of the chorus who graciously entertained us!
The easiest way to get to the show by MBTA is via the Orange line; get off at Green St. and go northeast on Gordon St. which becomes Seaverns Ave. after you cross Elm St. The church will be on the right, just after Elm.
JP Jubilee is a class for all seniors who want to learn new songs and musical skills, make friends, promote good health and perform for the community. They meet weekly at the JP branch (at 30 South Street, Jamaica Plain) of the Boston Public Library (Fridays 10:30 AM-noon). There are no auditions, nor fees required. After the December concert, further performances start again in February for another 12 weeks. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit her website for more information.
Do you believe? The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus celebrates the joy of the season with traditional favorites (Ave Maria, Hark the Herald Angels Sing, Oh Holy Night) and modern classics (Spirit of the Season, Believe, North Pole Rock n’ Roll). BGMC puts the Merry into Christmas!
With performances in December, starting on Sunday the 10th (at 3 PM and 7 PM), Friday the 15th (at 8 PM), Saturday the 16th at 8 PM and ending on Sunday the 17th (at 8 PM), there are a lot of options to attend. While at time of printing, the prices are not available, tickets go on sale on November 1st. All shows are at New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall (30 Gainsborough Street, Boston, MA 02116).
For more information see the show’s website. Please call (617) 542-SING (7464) to order tickets with any special needs. This includes: wheelchair accessibility, service animals, proximity to the sign language interpreter.
On Saturday, September 9th, the Provincetown Community Compact invites you to this quintessential Provincetown tradition.
Come immerse yourself in the cleansing waters of Provincetown Harbor and help raise funds for AIDS, women’s health and for the community.
When people gather with passion and vision great things are accomplished. For three decades, in one of the largest natural harbors in the world, thousands of swimmers have braved its unpredictable waters–its chilly currents, surging tides, and their deep fears−raising $4 million for AIDS, women’s health and the community. Please be a part of it.
Celebrating its 30th year, the swim symbolizes the heroic efforts of a community devastated by the pandemic and its unequivocal response to it. The Swim for Life & Paddler Community Compact, has become a catalyst for a nurturing community, offering connectedness, healthy exercise and continuity for those who return year after year.
Join the Provincetown Community Compact for this spirited and invigorating event. For info, e-mail email@example.com or go to swim4life.org.
Take the plunge!