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Haunted Graveyard at Lake Compounce is Again New England’s Best Halloween Attraction (5 stars)
Lake Compounce is the oldest amusement park in New England, with rides to rival Six Flags and Canobie Lake Park closer to home. Ar
Get Your Halloween Horror Fix at Rock and Shock (5 stars)
The Rock and Shock Horror Convention is an amazing opportunity for fans to get their Halloween Horror fix.  Movies, makeup, poste
October 15, 2017
DCU Center
Ghost Ship Harbor Shames Historic USS Salem Museum with Fake News “Education” (3 stars)
Ghost Ship Harbor is one of only three haunted attractions in the greater Boston area (the others being Haunted Somerville in Some
October 14, 2017
Barrett’s Haunted Mansion is The Most Theatrical Haunted House I’ve Ever Seen (5 Stars)
Halloween attractions vary just like theatre productions vary. Some like Spooky World are marketed well but don't have an artistic
October 9, 2017
Haunted Acres is New Hampshire’s Best Halloween Attraction (5 stars)
Haunted Acres is a gem, one of my favorite Halloween destinations, which in a previous year I called the best Halloween attraction
October 7, 2017
Interview with Witch’s Woods, the 5-star Halloween Destination Close to Boston
This week I visited Witch's Woods, which is more than a Halloween haunted house, giving it 5 stars in my full review. It's a giant
October 7, 2017
Witch’s Woods is Boston’s Closest Stay-All-Evening Halloween Theme Park (5 stars)
by Johnny Monsarrat Most Halloween attractions are all too brief. You arrive, you wait in line, the experience is short, and then
October 6, 2017
Sleepy Hollow at Old Sturbridge Village is Must See Outdoor Theatre (5 stars)
There's a reason why Sleepy Hollow is about to sell out, even though they extended their season from October into September, makin
September 30, 2017
“Dames at Sea” Parodies the Joyful Innocence of Yesteryear
Dames at Sea, Book and Lyrics by George Haimsohn and Robin Miller, Music by Jim Wise, Director and Choreographer, Ilyse Robbins, A
September 17, 2017
Reversible at ArtsEmerson is a Must-See Circus (5 stars)
They are circus performers, but it's more than a circus show. The 7 Fingers visits ArtsEmerson again this year with Reversible, ba
September 11, 2017
Cirque du Soleil OVO Brings Wonder and Laughter (5 stars)
Cirque du Soleil is back in Boston this week for a limited run, September 6-10 at the Agganis Arena. Based in Montreal, and featur
September 7, 2017
10,000 to Attend “Fight Supremacy” March
Do you wonder what you would have done if you had been alive during the Civil Rights Movement? Come out to the Reggie Lewis Track
August 18, 2017
Interview: Artist Arielle Jovellanos at Boston Comic Con
Visiting booths at the expansive Boston Comic Con, I encountered Arielle Jovellanos, a comic artist and illustrator from New York
August 17, 2017
Commonwealth Sharespeare’s Romeo & Juliet Brings Crushing Tragedy (5 stars)
by Johnny Monsarrat Romeo & Juliet, by William Shakespeare, Directed by Allegra Libonati, Scenic Design by Julia Noulin-Merat
August 10, 2017
We The People Connects You to the Past (5 stars)
by Johnny Monsarrat We The People, created by Stacy Klein, Carlos Uriona, Matthew Glassman, Jennifer Johnson, produced by Adam Br
August 10, 2017
Scare-A-Con: The little show with a big bloody heart (4 stars)
Scare-A-Con took place at the Mass Mutual Center in Springfield, MA, June 2-4, 2017. See If you are a horro
June 12, 2017
Mass Mutual Center
5-Wits at Patriot Place is a Room Escape Challenge at Movie Set Quality
by Johnny Monsarrat   If you've heard of room escape adventures, 5-Wits started it all a decade before. You buy a ticket an
April 24, 2017
Road Trip to Merrimack’s “Going to See the Kid” is a Home Run
by Karen Kosko   Going to See the Kid is a charming Red Sox play, which takes place in the fall of 2001. Two Boston Gl
December 7, 2016
Murder for Two is the Perfect Musical Hit of the Season (5 Stars)
by Johnny Monsarrat   Murder for Two, Book and Music by Joe Kinosian, Book and Lyrics by Kellen Blair, Directed by A. Nora
December 4, 2016
Amadeus Gives Insight into Musical Genius (4 Stars)
  by Johnny Monsarrat   Amadeus, Produced by Sharman Altshuler, Directed by Allison Olivia Choat, with Music Director
December 4, 2016
Mame says, “We need a Little Christmas Now!” (5 stars)
by Karen Kosko   As you busy yourselves with the hectic demands of the holidays during this tumultuous year, do set aside s
November 30, 2016
“Shoes: Pleasure and Pain” at the Peabody Essex Museum is Pure Pleasure
By Gwen Walsh   Upon entering the Shoes: Pleasure and Pain exhibit at the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM), you are immediately c
November 28, 2016
White Rabbit, Red Rabbit: Inside the Brain of an Iranian Playwright
by Gwen Walsh   White Rabbit, Red Rabbit is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before, or anything you’ll ever se
November 18, 2016
Musical, Heartbreaking West Side Story Shows that Dance is a Language (5 Stars)
by Johnny Monsarrat West Side Story, based on a conception of Jerome Robbins, book by Arthur Laurents, music by Leonard Bernstein
November 5, 2016
Twelfth Night of the Living Dead, a Comedy Mixing Shakespeare and Zombies (5 Stars)
What happens when a genuine Shakespeare troupe puts on a nuanced, well-acted performance of Twelfth Night, where the characters ge
November 5, 2016
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