Ryan Landry and the Gold Dust Orphans open with their latest musical, Thoroughly Muslim Millie, later tonight at the Ramrod Performing Arts Center.
If you cannot check out the show tonight or opening weekend, fear not since the musical will run through May 10th.
Thoroughly Muslim Millie is about a young girl from a Canadian convent who is thrust across the border into the Middle East and straight into the arms of the Prince of Persia! The musical parody explodes across the stage with big splashy songs, tap dancing Talibans, and bawdy “Burqa Ladies”.
Thoroughly Muslim Millie runs from April 9th – May 10th get your tickets here.
The Crown & Anchor is once again playing host to an impressive line up of Broadway stars coming to perform in Provincetown this summer. While summer may seem months off, tickets to shows are already on sale so snap up the best tickets while they remain. At this early date you can have everything paid off long before you arrive in Ptown.
Bernadette Peters performs at Town Hall on Saturday July 18 (Bear Week)
Billy Porter performs at Paramount August 16-18th (Carnival Week)
Barbara Cook performs at Paramount June 29-30th
Jennifer Holiday performs at Paramount July 5-7th (Independence Week)
Jeremy Jordan performs at Paramount July 27-28th (Family Week)
Linda Lavin performs at Paramount August 3-4th
Shirley Jones performs at Paramount August 10-11th
Mark your calendars, because the Fiddlehead Theatre Company, the Resident Theatre Company of the historic Strand Theatre in Dorchester will conclude their 2014-2015 season with the Tony-Award winning rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar.
Jesus Christ Superstar April 24 – May 3, 2015
The Fiddlehead Theatre Co. shares a modern interpretation of this story, creating a musical experience that resonates today. Performance tickets for Jesus Christ Superstar range from $25-$45 and may be purchased by calling the box office 617-229-6494 or purchased online at, fiddleheadtheatre.com.
The Theater Offensive is rolling out their latest production, Mommy Queerest, one week from today, starting April 9th at Club Cafe.
The raunchy one-woman show centers on Kat Evasco, who co-wrote the play with John Caldon and tells her story as a young lesbian and her closeted lesbian mother, reclaiming their sexuality in their own ways, and how their relationship is strained and strengthened by that exploration process. From home to school to camp to church, Kat acts out a loopy Kama sutra of graphic scenes. But each affair brings her back to her Mom, who can transform any frank talk into a lesbian soap opera of absurd denials and shocking revelations.
Mommy Queerest runs April 9th – 17th (Thursday – Sunday)
Tickets can be purchased for $10 but suggested price is $20. Tickets purchased for $25 get a FREE drink ticket. For more details or to purchase tickets, link here
Theater doesn’t get anymore affordable than “pay-what-you-can” so no excuses for not checking out this production of Loot by the Hub Theatre Company of Boston which will run from Friday, March 27th through Sunday, April 12th at the Fist Church in Boston located at 66 Marlborough Street in the Back Bay.
Loot is an amoral, dark farce described as a tour de force of bad taste and taboos that satires the Roman Catholic Church, social attitudes towards death, police brutality and pretty much everything in between according to the media release.
The Hub Theatre Company of Boston is one of the city’s newest production companies (founded in 2012) and they focus on helping to foster creativity among Boston’s emerging theatre artists. All tickets are pay-what-you-can and may be purchased online via www.hubtheatreboston.ticketleap.com.
Photo Credit: Joel Benjamin
The Theater Offensive (TTO) annual FUNdraiser, climACTS! is this Thursday. Join Sergio, Me and a very fun crowd at Royale in the Theater District. The party is being emceed by David Brown, DJ Brent Covington will be on hand and Cuban-American performance artist Octavio Campos will impress.
climACTS! Wet is Thursday, March 26th. Get your tickets today
This year’s OUT on the Edge Award will be given to Transparent actress, Alexandra Billings. And by attending you will help TTO raise much needed money to continue their programming for the coming year. I guarantee that if you attend you will all but forget this winter and leave flush from all the excitement.
Get Your climACTS! 2015 Tickets Here
Last week The SpeakEasy Stage Company opened with their latest musical, Big Fish. The title may sound familiar because Tim Burton made a film based on the story that starred Ewan McGregor in 2003. The SpeakEasy Stage Company musical focuses on the relationship between a father (Edward Bloom) and his son (Will Bloom) which has become strained in recent years. Both look to make peace with each other after the father’s health declines but will they reconcile in time?
Big Fish March 13 – April 11 – Get Your Tickets Here
The 2.5 hour musical has two acts with an intermission. While the second act is much more emotional, it was my favorite part of the show and more than a little touching. The final scenes had both Sergio and I silently groping for the tissues I had in my coat pocket.
Big Fish runs through April 11th at the Calderwood Theater in the South End. For more information or to purchase tickets click on the link above.