Cabin fever setting in?

snow, handsome, hunk, snowman, shirtless guy, winter

March can be a tough month in New England. The winters are long and cabin-fever starts to set in (big time), so I wanted to give a shout out to several events that Sergio and I have either attended or are planning to attend later this month.

If you have an event you’ve attended or are looking forward to attending later this month, please share it in the comments section.

Imagine Van Gogh: The Immersive Exhibition

Imagine Van Gogh: The Immersive Exhibition closes March 19, 2022

Located at the SoWa Power Station. This exhibit first opened in December and will wrap close on March 19th. Sergio and I went to this in December and really enjoyed ourselves. It makes for a great date night option. I’d recommend grabbing a drink or dinner (or both) nearby after you go. More info here.

What the Constitution Means to Me

What the Constitution Means to Me closes March 20, 2022

Sergio was not pleased when I told him we would be going to this play at the Emerson Majestic Theater. His response, “I hate political plays”. Fast forward 90-minutes later and Sergio was one of the first people to jump up from his seat to cheering and applauding Cassie Beck with tears in his eyes. I was blown away and wish everyone would see this show. Who knew Constitutional history was so fascinating and funny? More info here.

The Art of Banksy

The Art of Banksy closes April 30, 2022

This exhibit which opened last month in Harvard Square runs through April and is really amazing. It includes approximately 100 pieces by the mysterious / notorious artist. While Sergio was not familiar with the name Banksy, he did recognize some of his more iconic images. The exhibit has a fun wall of reproductions at the end for fun interactive selfies with his artwork. More info here.

ChoreograpHER

Boston Ballet ChoreograpHER, March 3 – 13, 2022

I am excited to see this ballet of five ChoreograpHERs, five voices, five world premieres. This female-led program celebrates the innovative talent of women including New York City Ballet Principal Dancer and choreographer, Tiler Peck. More info here.

Coco Peru is Bitter Bothered & Beyond

Miss Coco Peru March 25-26, 2022

Sergio and I have convinced a few friends to join us for Coco’s show on Friday evening at Club Cafe and I’m very excited. Coco never disappoints and is always entertaining. I understand the Friday show is now sold out but a few tickets may be available for her Saturday performance. More info here.

2 responses to “Cabin fever setting in?

  1. I love this beautiful man who is not afraid of the cold!
    I will hug him and give him all the warmth he needs!!!!!

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