The Wilbur Theatre in Boston is known to continuously feature a great deal of established comedians and musicians. No surprise that the historic venue in the heart of the city’s theater district will be playing host to some of the top names in comedy this winter season. (more)
Cirque Du Soleil’s Michael Jackson THE IMMORTAL World Tour will make its way up to the New England area next summer, hitting up Worcester’s DCU Center May 16-17 and Boston’s TD Garden August 3-4.
Other East Coast cities taking part in the nation-wide tour include New York City, Newark, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, Washington DC, Orlando and Miami. (more)
The city of Boston has plenty to offer this week between sports, concert and theatre events. The House of Blues is scheduled to welcome in Miguel and Chiddy Bang this Wednesday with prices starting at $70. Miguel is touring in support of his debut studio album All I Want Is You. (more)
Boston’s Agganis Arena will once again open its doors for the Comics Come Home benefit Saturday, November 12th. Worcester native Denis Leary will be back to host the annual stand-up comedy event in support of The Cam Neely Foundation. This year’s outstanding lineup features comedians Lenny Clarke, Tony V, Kenny Rogerson, Nick DiPaolo, Robert Kelly, Artie Lange, Joe DeRosa, and Dom Irrera. (more)
The Boston Opera House will once again play host to The Nutcracker with 40 shows scheduled in from Black Friday to New Year’s Eve. The Nutcracker has been put on by the Boston Ballet for over forty years. (more)
Teen-pop sensation Nick Jonas will be returning to the Broadway circuit, this time lined up to play the lead role of Pierrepont Finch in the Broadway revival of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.” (more)