The Boston Calendar is an easy-to-use eclectic listing of activities in the Boston area, including everything from films, yoga, storytelling performances, trivia contests, lectures, comedy shows, theater, and more. You can use the many filters to find what interests you most.
Cary Hall, Lexington
The Cary Memorial Building, named for Isaac Harris Cary, was built in 1928. The Colonial styled building, with its grand auditorium, has provided the community with a year-round site for musical programming and popular events for eighty years and is home to the Lexington Symphony.
The Lexington Venue is a small, independently-owned movie theater in Lexington center. The films on offer are current, the popcorn is tasty, and there’s a parking lot directly behind the theater. Venue audiences tend to be adults who know how to behave properly and are grateful to pay a bit less that at the multiplexes.
The Regent Theatre in Arlington Center
Built in 1916 as a venue for vaudeville, the historic Regent Theatre is an intimate 500-seat performing arts center, “Arlington’s Show Place of Entertainment,” featuring live music concerts, theatre, dance events, family entertainment, comedy, film specials, and more.
Just a 15-minute drive from Quail Run, the theatre is handicap accessible with free parking across the street (nights and weekends after 3pm on Saturday) and good restaurants and shops within easy walking distance.
Click here to see a schedule of upcoming events.
For a map of the theatre’s location, click here.
7 Medford Street
Reagle Music Theatre
Reagle Music Theatre presents the highest quality of musical theatre productions by combining talented regional performers with professional performers and technicians. The shows are all Broadway classics that will have you humming the songs when you leave.
The Reagle Music Theatre is located at the Waltham High School Fine Arts Wing, 617 Lexington Street in Waltham, MA 02452.
Click here to learn more about schedules and ticket prices.
Coming up this summer are
June 8 – 18: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
July 6 – 16: Showboat
August 3 – 13: 42nd Street
Built in 1917 during the silent film era, the Stoneham Theatre had it best days in the 1940s, but fell on hard times during the 1960s. It closed and remained abandoned for 25 years until a complete renovation and reopening in 2000.
The Stoneham produces 6 to 7 plays and musicals each year as part of its Mainstage series. As a professional not-for-profit regional theatre, it features the highest caliber professional actors, directors, and designers to create the finest quality theatre possible.
June 8 – 25, 2017
I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti
For Giulia, an Italian New Yorker trying to navigate life as a single gal, a new date is the perfect opportunity to show off her home cooking. While preparing a three-course dinner from scratch, she recounts stories of good Italian food and bad boyfriends. Her superior cuisine far surpasses her inferior taste in men in this mouth-watering new comedy.
Eight audience members at each performance can even purchase seats to join Giulia on stage and be served the dinner she is cooking during the show!
395 Main Street
Stoneham, MA 02180
Next Door Theater of Winchester
The Next Door Theater Group is a non-profit organization, which provides the opportunity for outside groups to use the intimate performance space, which seats 135, as a home for performance art, staged readings, fundraisers, corporate events, lectures, demonstrations, civic events and social functions!
The lobby houses the Barbara Gagel Art Gallery, a dedicated space for local artists to display their work in a professional setting.
Art in Bloom
Supporting the arts in our community and featuring 30 local artists & 30 community designers!
Grand Gala Reception
Thursday June 8, 2017
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
live entertainment – open bar – dessert buffet
Public Exhibition Hours
Friday June 9: 10:00 am – 4:00pm
Saturday June 10: 10:00am – 1:00 pm
50 Cross Street
Winchester, MA 01890
Telephone: (781) 729-6398
Mishawum Choral Society
The Mishawum Choral Society is a community chorus for experienced singers with a love of choral music who wish to rehearse and sing in our concerts. Rehearsals are at Woburn Memorial High School on Tuesday nights at 7:30 pm.
The Peabody Essex Museum
The Peabody-Essex Museum in nearby Salem is one of the Boston area’s finest museums and offers outstanding works primarily from the 1700s to today, including African, American, Asian, maritime, Native American and Oceanic art, paintings, sculptures, photographs, drawings, textiles, architecture and decorative objects.
On exhibit until October 2016 at the Scottish Rite Masonic Temple Museum & Library in Lexington are 50 clocks from the Museum’s collection among other exhibits.
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