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America's Funniest Mom

Christine Hurley

America's Funniest Mom Christine Hurley

Christine has quickly become one of the fastest rising comics on the Boston Comedy Scene after becoming a finalist on Nick At Nite's search for America's Funniest Mom.  She performs all over New England and the East Coast and works regularly with all of the Best of Boston Comedy.  Keep an eye on her because she is making a quick name for herself nationally. 

With, Dave Russo (from NESN Dirty Water TV) and Pete Costello (Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Foxwoods).
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8:00 pm
The Larcom Theatre Beverly, MA

Livingston Taylor

Cary Hall’s 15-16 Season opens with Boston native Livingston Taylor, whose well crafted, introspective, and original songs such as “I Will Be in Love with You” “First Time Love,” and “I’ll Come Running” have earned him listeners worldwide.

$39 / $49 / $59

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8:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

An Evening with Bruce Hornsby

Tickets - $49 / $59 / $79

 

A decade after Bruce Hornsby established his global name as the creator of pop hits that defined “the sound of grace on the radio,” as a Rolling Stone reviewer once wrote, the Virginia-born pianist, composer, and singer-songwriter found himself compelled by two ostensibly separate areas of music.  “One passion of mine was old-time American roots forms  -– hymns, blues, country, bluegrass, old folk, shaped-note religious songs, on and on,” Hornsby says. 

 

 

 

That tracked with an artist who from the beginning of his career played accordion and fronted a band featuring fiddles, banjos and dulcimers.  The other area  -- modern classical music – did not.  Yet the cranky dissonance and expressive chromatics of twentieth-century twelve-tone inventors like the Austrian composers Arnold Schoenberg and Anton Webern, as well as the work of an American modernist like Elliott Carter or a Hungarian like György Ligeti or a French mystic like Olivier Messiaen, ultimately fed Hornsby’s sense of raw challenge.

Bruce Hornsby Solo Concerts, an emotional musical merger of American history and European daring, is a two-disc demonstration of all this and more in which the various elements of Hornsby’s songwriting and instrumental styles align in highly personal ways.  The album’s twenty-one tracks are culled from Hornsby solo concerts performed in the U.S. during 2013 and 2012; together, they fuse a wide variety of what Hornsby considers different “information” from musical languages often thought to be opposed: U.S. roots music, folk-pop, film composing, and modern classical.  Much of the work on the album involves what Hornsby calls an “unholy alliance” of comforting Americana and daunting composition.  The result, however, sounds effortlessly like one tremendously ambitious, and equally capable, piece.

“I think I’ve found a middle ground,” Hornsby says.  “I think it’s very easy be straight down the middle, to write and play the very straight, simple music.  I think it’s also easy to be completely out there, very obtuse and obscure, saying oh, they don’t understand.  For me, the difficult thing is to find a middle ground where you’re reaching and broadening your language but still connecting with someone perhaps used to hearing – for an entire lifetime – only those seven white notes and those simple chords.”

The pop world, Hornsby knows, obsesses over virtuosity less than style or chart positions or sales figures.  But his sane view is: Why shouldn’t it be part of the mix?  “There’s often a bias in the rock or pop world against virtuosity.  I understand that mindset: expression over virtuosity.  But my feeling is, why not both?  This is not clinical, what I do.  This is really emotional.  It’s what I call the pursuit of the unattainable.”

 

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8:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Menopause The Musical

The show that’s brought joy to millions worldwide is proving that laughter truly is the best medicine. With a cast of breast cancer survivors and co-survivors, Menopause The Musical® is partnering with Susan G. Komen® to offer inspiration, sisterhood, and hope. Four women at a lingerie sale have nothing in common but a black lace bra AND memory loss, hot flashes, night sweats, not enough sex, too much sex and more! This hilarious musical parody set to classic tunes from the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles! Menopause The Musical®: The Survivor Tour® Benefiting Susan G. Komen® is the first of its kind, donating a portion of every ticket sale directly to the ongoing effort to save lives and end breast cancer forever.

Groups of 10 or more, email Steve at smarshall@spectaclemanagement or call 617-531-1257 x1

*In 2014-2016, GFour Productions, LLC will donate $50,000.00 to Susan G. Komen®. In addition, GFour will also donate to Komen $2.00 for every ticket sold to Menopause The Musical®: The Survivor Tour® performances from March 25, 2015 through June 30, 2016.

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7:30 pm
Plymouth Memorial Hall Plymouth, MA

Menopause The Musical

The show that’s brought joy to millions worldwide is proving that laughter truly is the best medicine. With a cast of breast cancer survivors and co-survivors, Menopause The Musical® is partnering with Susan G. Komen® to offer inspiration, sisterhood, and hope. Four women at a lingerie sale have nothing in common but a black lace bra AND memory loss, hot flashes, night sweats, not enough sex, too much sex and more! This hilarious musical parody set to classic tunes from the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles! Menopause The Musical®: The Survivor Tour® Benefiting Susan G. Komen® is the first of its kind, donating a portion of every ticket sale directly to the ongoing effort to save lives and end breast cancer forever.

Groups of 10 or more, email Steve at smarshall@spectaclemanagement or call 617-531-1257 x1

*In 2014-2016, GFour Productions, LLC will donate $50,000.00 to Susan G. Komen®. In addition, GFour will also donate to Komen $2.00 for every ticket sold to Menopause The Musical®: The Survivor Tour® performances from March 25, 2015 through June 30, 2016.

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8:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Menopause The Musical

The show that’s brought joy to millions worldwide is proving that laughter truly is the best medicine. With a cast of breast cancer survivors and co-survivors, Menopause The Musical® is partnering with Susan G. Komen® to offer inspiration, sisterhood, and hope. Four women at a lingerie sale have nothing in common but a black lace bra AND memory loss, hot flashes, night sweats, not enough sex, too much sex and more! This hilarious musical parody set to classic tunes from the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles! Menopause The Musical®: The Survivor Tour® Benefiting Susan G. Komen® is the first of its kind, donating a portion of every ticket sale directly to the ongoing effort to save lives and end breast cancer forever.

Groups of 10 or more, email Steve at smarshall@spectaclemanagement or call 617-531-1257 x1

*In 2014-2016, GFour Productions, LLC will donate $50,000.00 to Susan G. Komen®. In addition, GFour will also donate to Komen $2.00 for every ticket sold to Menopause The Musical®: The Survivor Tour® performances from March 25, 2015 through June 30, 2016.

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2:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Menopause The Musical

The show that’s brought joy to millions worldwide is proving that laughter truly is the best medicine. With a cast of breast cancer survivors and co-survivors, Menopause The Musical® is partnering with Susan G. Komen® to offer inspiration, sisterhood, and hope. Four women at a lingerie sale have nothing in common but a black lace bra AND memory loss, hot flashes, night sweats, not enough sex, too much sex and more! This hilarious musical parody set to classic tunes from the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles! Menopause The Musical®: The Survivor Tour® Benefiting Susan G. Komen® is the first of its kind, donating a portion of every ticket sale directly to the ongoing effort to save lives and end breast cancer forever.

Groups of 10 or more, email Steve at smarshall@spectaclemanagement or call 617-531-1257 x1

*In 2014-2016, GFour Productions, LLC will donate $50,000.00 to Susan G. Komen®. In addition, GFour will also donate to Komen $2.00 for every ticket sold to Menopause The Musical®: The Survivor Tour® performances from March 25, 2015 through June 30, 2016.

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8:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Menopause The Musical

The show that’s brought joy to millions worldwide is proving that laughter truly is the best medicine. With a cast of breast cancer survivors and co-survivors, Menopause The Musical® is partnering with Susan G. Komen® to offer inspiration, sisterhood, and hope. Four women at a lingerie sale have nothing in common but a black lace bra AND memory loss, hot flashes, night sweats, not enough sex, too much sex and more! This hilarious musical parody set to classic tunes from the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles! Menopause The Musical®: The Survivor Tour® Benefiting Susan G. Komen® is the first of its kind, donating a portion of every ticket sale directly to the ongoing effort to save lives and end breast cancer forever.

Groups of 10 or more, email Steve at smarshall@spectaclemanagement or call 617-531-1257 x1

*In 2014-2016, GFour Productions, LLC will donate $50,000.00 to Susan G. Komen®. In addition, GFour will also donate to Komen $2.00 for every ticket sold to Menopause The Musical®: The Survivor Tour® performances from March 25, 2015 through June 30, 2016.

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2:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Don McLean

Don McLean became an international superstar in 1971 with the release of the 'American Pie' single and album. The song, at eight and a half minutes in length, is one of the most famous in rock music history and has charted at least 4 times in the UK (three times in the 1990s). From the 'American Pie' album, the song 'Vincent' ('Starry Starry Night') gave Don McLean not only a second number one hit single but another landmark entry in the history of popular music.

Since 1971-72 Don has released over 20 albums and scored major chart successes with 'Everyday' (1973), 'Mountains of Mourne' (1974), 'Crying' (1980), 'Castles in the Air' (1981), 'Since I Don't Have You' (1981), 'Can't Blame the Train' (1987) and again with 'American Pie' (1991).

Don McLean is immortalized as the subject of the Roberta Flack/The Fugees No. 1 hit, 'Killing Me Softly With His Song'. February 2000 was yet another landmark as Madonna released 'American Pie' as a single!

$49 / $59 / $69

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3:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Robert Cray with Special Guest Shemekia Copeland

Tickets $49 / $59 / $69

 

ROBERT CRAY

Five time Grammy award winner Robert Cray is considered to be one of the most expressive vocalists and impressive guitarists on the contemporary rhythm and Blues scene drawing from R&B, rock, pop, and jazz with equal insight and authority. This Grammy award winning blues artists is one of a few precious talents with the vision to successfully usher blues into the next century. Just as importantly, his immensely popular records have helped jump-start the contemporary blues boom that still is in full motion today. Originally formed in 1974, the northwest-based Robert Cray Band cut its teeth playing gigs in Portland and Eugene, Oregon before branching out to perform in Seattle and the Bay Area. Early on, the band toured with the guitar great Albert Collins and by 1983 they were sharing the stage at Carnegie hall with the likes of John Lee Hooker and Willie Dixon. Recognized for his masterful work as a guitarist and multi-talented singer, songwriter, and producer, Cray’s musical resume reads like a who’s who in contemporary music. He’s played with a cross section of greats from a multitude of genres, including Chuck Berry, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, and Tina Tuner among others, and mentors like John Lee Hooker and B.B. King. These unique collaborations cement Cray’s unique status as an artist who bridges the gap between R&B, Blues and rock.

 

SHEMEKIA COPELAND

While only in her early 30s, two-time GRAMMY® nominee Shemekia Copeland is already a force to be reckoned with in the blues. She’s opened for the Rolling Stones, headlined at the Chicago Blues Festival and numerous festivals around the world, scored critics choice awards on both sides of the Atlantic (The New York Times andThe Times of London), shared the stage with such luminaries as Buddy Guy, B.B. King, Mick Jagger, and Eric Clapton, and has even performed at the White House for President and Mrs. Obama. Heir to the rich tradition of soul-drenched divas like Ruth Brown, Etta James and Koko Taylor, the singer was presented with Taylor’s crown by her daughter, Cookie, on June 12, 2011 at the Chicago Blues Festival and given the honor of the new “Queen of the Blues” by official proclamation of the City of Chicago and the State of Illinois.

 

Copeland’s passion for singing, matched with her huge, blast-furnace voice, gives her music a timeless power and a heart-pounding urgency. Her music comes from deep within her soul and from the streets where she grew up, surrounded by the everyday sounds of the city – street performers, gospel singers, blasting radios, bands in local parks and so much more.

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8:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Hot Peas 'N Butter

"Even if your kids don't like peas, there's no way they can resist Hot Peas 'N Butter!”-Charlotte Bohn, Baltimore's Child Magazine

 

Hot Peas ‘N Butter, the Nickelodeon/Noggin TV favorites whom the Los Angeles Times lauded for their “hot and mellow multicultural groove”, is a unique, world-pop, family-oriented, musical group that brings fans to their feet.

 

With hit videos like "Number 1" and "Deep Down" being featured on Nick Jr., Hot Peas 'N Butter are quickly becoming a family favorite! They are mainstays on Sirius Radio's "Kids Stuff," and proud recipients of the 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2012Parent’s Choice Awards.

 

By combining an interactive, invigorating approach to performance with mature, multicultural music, Hot Peas 'N Butter has developed a distinct way of

inspiring care and creativity in kids and adults alike.

VIP with Meet and Greet tickets are available, limited quanity.

$17.50 / $22.50 / $27.50 / $52.50 (VIP)
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1:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Hot Peas 'N Butter

"Even if your kids don't like peas, there's no way they can resist Hot Peas 'N Butter!”-Charlotte Bohn, Baltimore's Child Magazine

 

Hot Peas ‘N Butter, the Nickelodeon/Noggin TV favorites whom the Los Angeles Times lauded for their “hot and mellow multicultural groove”, is a unique, world-pop, family-oriented, musical group that brings fans to their feet.

 

With hit videos like "Number 1" and "Deep Down" being featured on Nick Jr., Hot Peas 'N Butter are quickly becoming a family favorite! They are mainstays on Sirius Radio's "Kids Stuff," and proud recipients of the 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2012Parent’s Choice Awards.

 

By combining an interactive, invigorating approach to performance with mature, multicultural music, Hot Peas 'N Butter has developed a distinct way of

inspiring care and creativity in kids and adults alike.

VIP with Meet and Greet tickets are available, limited quanity.

$17.50 / $22.50 / $27.50 / $52.50 (VIP)
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4:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

The Irish Rovers

Pre-Sale: Starts July 26 at 10AM.
To register for our email club and receive the pre-sale password, please email info@spectaclemanagement.net with a request.

Public On Sale: Sept 17, 2015 at 10AM

50th Anniversary Tour, featuring: George Millar, Wilcil McDowell, Sean O'Driscoll, Ian Millar, Fred Graham, Geoffrey Kelly, Morris Crum, Gerry O'Connor



 

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3:00 pm
The Chevalier Theatre Medford, MA

Vienna Boys Choir

The Wiener Sängerknaben or Vienna Boys' Choir (sometimes translated Vienna Choir Boys) is the world's foremost children's choral group. It is also among the oldest of all musical organizations, having been founded pursuant to an Imperial decree of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I on July 7, 1498; the Emperor wished boys' voices to be added to the choir of the Imperial Chapel, or Hofkapelle. This established a tradition of having the boys sing in weekly Sunday masses in the Imperial Chapel of the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, a tradition that continues today.

 

Over the centuries, illustrious composers have written masterpieces for the Boys' Choir of the Imperial Chapel, including Mozart, Bruckner, Gluck, and Schubert. Many great musicians got their start as members of the Boys' Choir; among them were the great conductors Hans Richter, Clemens Krauss, and Lovro von Matacic. During the days of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the choir became renowned for its secular performances as well, appearing in colorful Imperial-style military uniforms, each complete with a dagger. After World War I, wide popular and governmental disfavor of all things Imperial resulted in the dissolution of many long-standing institutions, including the Imperial Chapel Choir. However, Chaplain Joseph Schnitt remained in his position at the chapel and re-gathered the choir. Sparing no personal expense, he re-established a boarding school for the choristers. He replaced the imperial uniforms with a distinctive sailor-style uniform.

 

The Vienna Boys' Choir has the most stringent training and admittance policy in the world. Boys wishing to join must first gain entrance to a preparatory school where they receive a complete elementary education. Their instruction includes elements of musical theory, sight-singing, and the practice of singing, and instruction on at least one instrument; at the age of nine, they have to pass an examination based strictly on musical ability and vocal quality. There is no religious requirement. The teaching is purposely intensive in order that their education not be slighted due to the frequent touring. There are usually two choirs away on a tour at any given time, most frequently for three months. They are accompanied by their choirmaster, their tutor, and a nurse. Vienna Choir Boys have visited the United States well in excess of 50 times since 1932 and have traveled to all six inhabited continents. They are beloved the world over for their lively singing style and beautiful tone and have commissioned a number of new works, including Britten's The Golden Vanity.


www.viennaboyschoir.net

$69 / $79 / $89

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3:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol

The powerful story of Ebenezer Scrooge has been made into a wonderful family musical! Charles Dickens’ classic story of Scrooge and Tiny Tim, filled with lively song and dance and featuring over fifty actors. Scrooge, known for his penny pinching ways, is visited by three ghosts on a snowy Christmas Eve. These ghostly visits reveal Scrooge’s past, present and future to him and fill him with newfound hope and joy in the Christmas season! Thisshow is a family holiday favorite!

$39 / $49 / $59

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7:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA

Tomaseen Foley's A Celtic Christmas

Tomaseen Foley’s A Celtic Christmas recreates the joy and innocence of a night before Christmas in a farmhouse in the remote parish of Teampall an Ghleanntain in the west of Ireland, when the neighbors gather around the fire to grace the long wintry night with the laughter of their stories, the joy of their music, and dances they always said they were much too old for.


Tomáseen Foley’s A Celtic Christmas features internationally acclaimed master of the steel-string guitar William Coulter. Brian Bigley brings the magic of his uilleann pipes, whistles and flute, as well as world-champion level Irish dancing. Multi-instrumentalist Kathleen Keane plays Irish fiddle and whistle, vocals and dance (The Chicago Tribune calls her “one of the world’s finest Irish fiddlers”) and Himself -Tomáseen Foley, native Irish storyteller.


$39 / $49 / $59

 

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3:00 pm
Cary Memorial Hall Lexington, MA
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