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Let someone else do the drama and prancing for once.
Every Saturday night the 1975 cult classic comedy musical with Tim Curry and Susan Sarandon continues to play in Boston with a live cast sing-alongs and a flying toast.
All the charm (and cramped spacing) of an old theatre. You’ll find mostly music performances and lesser known comedians on the roster.
The Wang is big, old, and impressive. Nothing really compares the grandeur of the Wang, whether you’re there for Broadway, theater, music, dance, comedy, opera or film.
A great way to experience unconventional queer theater, like there’s any other kind. Their “TraniWreck” was voted best gay night in Nov 2009.
Mikko Nissinen (artistic directior) offers a repertoire of classical, neo-classical and contemporary works. And you know some gays are up there on stage.
Opera Boston presents innovative repertoire choices and important but rarely performed works. You’ll be surprised by the modern inspiration they work in.
On the southern side of Boston Common, Broadway comes to Beantown. The opulent of the theater is over the top in all the right ways.
Treat yourself to performances on an epic scale. The acoustics are as good as it gets, so sit down, sit back, and take it all in.
It’s New England’s largest opera company and it even calls itself BLO. If you like opera, it’s hard to argue with the logic of it all.
The BCA showcases the performing and visual arts as it seeks to creative a welcoming destination for audiences, and an art connection for city youth and communities.
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And let’s be honest, that’s pretty darn gay.