For orphaned boys like Jack and his crew, life is the same day by day selling newspapers, but suddenly their business takes a turn for the worst and the boys must band together in protest. Come laugh and sing along with Jack and his boys in this comedic musical Newsies. You'll leave with a smile on your face and a skip in your walk.
Don't miss this special opportunity to hear the famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir live at the Wang Theatre as the 360-member choir and 68-member Orchestra at Temple Square visit Boston as during their 5-city concert tour of the East Coast - and their first appearance here in Boston in over a decade. One performance only - so get your tickets now!
Tony Award-winning Book of Mormon returns to Boston's Colonial Theatre. With 19 original songs, this tale of idealistic missionaries in Uganda is filled with adventure, friendship, mishaps, and laughter, and is both a lampoon and a look at the meaning of religion.
Best for ages 18 and up due to explicit language and sensitive themes.
More Shows in Boston in September - 2015
Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella: The Musical - Boston Opera House - September 29 - October 11, 2015
Follow Brooklyn teenage Carole King, whose plaintive "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" put her on the top of the charts at 17, as she travels a somewhat rocky road to become an internationally known singer/songwriter with hits such as "You've Got a Friend" and "You've Lost that Lovin' Feeling." Suitable for ages 11 and up.
Attending a dazzling holiday season performance of The Nutcracker is a Boston tradition. Don't miss the unforgettable magic of Tchaikovsky's soaring music and Boston Ballet's ethereal performance of this timeless classic in the gorgeous Opera House.
Charles Playhouse: On-Going
Don't wear your good clothes (hint: they hand out rain ponchos) but do expect to have a ton of fun at Boston's funniest show put on by bald blue guys. None-stop story-telling, comedy, music, theatrics, and audience interaction. Perfect family show for all ages.
Charles Playhouse: On-Going
Part theater, part improv, Shear Madness revolves around a zany plot featuring a murder in a hair salon, but audience involvement means the show has a different ending every night - so you can see it more than once for lots of laughs and entertainment.
Best for children 13 and over, unless you want to explain all the innuendos (or count on your kids not to understand them).
70s disco hits and a great dance floor set the stage for The Donkey Show - but that's just the beginning. Mirror balls, feathered divas, roller skaters, and hustle queens inspired by Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream are part of an interactive show that unfolds around you.
Soak up legends about Diana Ross, Smokey Robinson and other motor town favorites in this uplifting story about the founder of the Motown record label as he turns his longtime dream into an amazing reality. You'll sing along with classic Broadway hits such as "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" and "My Girl."
Elsa and Anna are sisters and princesses, but Elsa has an incredible secret and as this secret takes control of her she flees her home with Anna desperately following to try to save her. You will be blown away by Frozen's magical modern twist on a princess story about fear, trust, and love.
Follow the story of Armand, a poor young artist who finds his true love with someone he can never be with and feel his love, pain, and yearning as he attempts to run away with his forbidden love, the Lady of the Camellias. This magnificent ballet will bring you to a deeper understanding of love and desire.
Come see Dirty Dancing, the unbeatable 1987 classic about class, titillating dancing, and love, as a young dance teacher at a resort, Johnny, takes young and beautiful upper-class Baby on a journey to discover an exciting and wild new life.
Dirty Dancing mixes rock 'n' roll and sultry dancing for a wonderful evening that will leave you smiling.