Photo courtesy of Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston
The Nativity Photo courtesy of Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston
Raggedy Ann Photo courtesy of Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston
Carolers Photo courtesy of Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston
Teddy Bears Ballet Photo courtesy of Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston
Adorned in brightly lit snowflakes, sparkling, emerald Christmas trees and wreaths around the Robinson Theatre stage and festively lined with wooden embroidered angels, Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston brings back their masterful, musical theatrical production of ChristmasTime for two weekends from Friday, December 2 through Sunday, December 10. Click here for more information.
With an enormous cast of nearly 200 consisting of adults and children from Massachusetts representing two dozen regional towns, ChristmasTime is a musical revue accompanied by a live orchestra. The sets and costumes are adorned with festive flair and audiences will witness classic family favorites come to life such as ‘Teddy Bears Ballet’ Radio City Music Hall’s ‘The Parade of the Wooden Soldiers,’ and ‘The Living Nativity’ as well as captivating dance performances. The show blossoms into a sweet dedication to the Christmas season.
This annual celebration has a strong following, so purchase tickets now. Each show will be held at Reagle Music Theatre, 617 Lexington Street in Waltham, Massachusetts on Saturdays and Sundays December 2, 3, 9, and 10 at noon and 4 p.m. One Friday evening performance will be held on December 8 at 7 p.m.
‘Night Fever: An Evening of the Bee Gees’ January 14 Photo courtesy of Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston
Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston will kick off the New Year with Night Fever: An Evening With the Bee Gees for one day only on Sunday, January 14 at 2 p.m. Click here for more information and tickets or call 781-891-5600. Tickets are also available at the theatre box office and Reagle gift cards make a great present for the holidays. Make Christmastime a family holiday tradition. Follow Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston on Twitter and Facebook for all their upcoming events.
Award-winning singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Grace Potter will make her annual return to her beautiful home state this fall to perform at Burlington, Vermont’s exciting, family-friendly music festival she co-founded with the band, Higher Ground, the Grand Point North Music Festival. Celebrating their 7th year, the Grand Point North Music Festival highlights local and national artists around New England, enlivening Vermont for one monumental weekend. Grand Point North Music Festival also includes a VIP tent, with a variety of food, beverages, and more. Click here for further details and ticket information. Children under 12 attend for free and the festival will be held rain or shine.
Grand Point North Music Festival co-founder Grace Potter Photo courtesy of Grand Point North
Details on Grand Point North Music Festival’s after party is coming soon. Gates open at on Saturday, September 16 at 3 p.m. On Sunday, September 17, gates open at 2 p.m. VIP tickets include early entrance into the show, closer view by the soundboard, access to the VIP tent offering shade with discounted food and beverages, and more.
Concert sunset at Burlington’s Waterfront Park Photo courtesy of Grand Point North
Click here for further ticket details, call 802-652-0777, or go to the Higher Ground Box Office located at 1214 Williston Road in South Burlington, Vermont. Soak in a hint of fall foliage as well as some of the tremendous concert flavor at the Grand Point North Music Festival in September. Follow Grand Point North Music Festival on Facebook and Twitter for updates.