I recently saw the Amadeus play at Bostons Center for the Arts and enjoyed the experience tremendously which was totally unexpected.
I've watched many shows at the Opera House or similar venues which I could only afford to sit far away. At this small affordable place and not so top-notch yet very good performers, I was able to sit in...
***** Five Stars!!!!! Do not miss this show. The leads, the ensemble, the music, direction, and staging are fantastic. If you've seen the show elsewhere, give yourself a treat and see this production and this cast. If you've not seen Violet, do, now. But Hurry! It closes this week, Sat. Feb. 6.
Staying in the City and looking for live theatre we came across the Boston Center. Really friendly community arts hub set in Tremont Street. Easy access, many cafe and restaurant facilities nearby in a buzzing area. There were several events in progress on the day we visited and this project rightly deserves support. Oh, and the Speakesy Theatre production set...
Stroll down the beautiful brownstone lined streets while capturing views of Boston’s tallest buildings from a distance. Some of Boston’s best restaurants are scattered around this neighborhood. There are many gems to be found, from jazz clubs to classy bars and restaurants. It is also home to art galleries, interesting boutiques, artsy stores and SOWA open market during the summer months. The South End is a true find in the city, with a more residential feeling than Back Bay.