As the temperatures drop, the theater heats up in Boston, Massachusetts. While summer and spring are meant for long nature walks and outdoor fun, wintertime in Boston is when the arts and culture scene thrives.
As we head further into the winter season, the time is ripe to catch an awe-inspiring performance, a tragic musical, or a live performance of Dancing With The Stars. From classic to modern, the Boston theater scene has something for everyone. Pack your evening attire, make a reservation at an acclaimed Boston restaurant, and book a stay at an elegant and centrally located hotel.
Want Boston Theater? Here’s What to See
Lights, camera, action – here are some of the performances we are chomping at the bit to go see!
There’s No Place Like Home…
Fall in love with Dorothy and Oz all over again by catching a performance of The Wizard of Oz in the splendid Boston Opera House. Home to the Boston Ballet and touring Broadway shows, the Opera House is one of Boston’s finest architectural achievements. Considering how many stunning buildings Boston boasts, that’s saying a lot! Quick – this show is only in town from January 12 – 14h, 2018.
Beats by Men Wearing Blue
Your average theater experience is all about watching, observing, and surrendering your senses to the experience. At a Blue Man Group performance, prepare to engage with the show in ways you can hardly imagine! Audience participation is key, as well as observing and surrendering your senses. Truly, no matter how many times we see The Blue Man Group, it never ceases to amaze and inspire. There are plenty of available showtimes, find one that works for your getaway here.
Spend an Evening Celebrating the Iconic Janis Joplin
Let out your inner diva for the night at a showing of the musical A Night With Janis Joplin. Of all the Rock n’ Roll greats, Janis Joplin is one of the most memorable and iconic. Famous for both her music and her public battle with drugs, the musical touches upon all aspects of her life and career, and will leave you sad, happy, and more in love with Rock n’ Roll than ever. Catch the musical in the latter half of January; tickets can be found here.
Love, Horror, and Intrigue…
Can a single theater performance invoke love, horror, and intrigue all in one? Find out for yourself while watching Love Never Dies, the sequel to Phantom of the Opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber. This musical takes place a decade after the Phantom, and the two stars are reunited once again. Book yourself a showtime here.
One Night With the Dancing Stars
Boston is getting a single chance to watch the stars dance at the Wang Theater. Happening on January 25th, 2018, you can get up close with the talented and hard-working stars-turned-dancers. Grab your tickets before they’re gone, right here.
Each of the above-mentioned shows is going to be spectacular, but if you’d like to see even more options, check out the full list of Boston performances here. For a hotel as elegant as the theaters you’ll be enjoying, seek out Copley Square Hotel. Located in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay in Copley Square, Copley Square Hotel was made for a weekend of theater jaunts and dressy dinners.