The countdown is on and we're just four short days away from the opening of Troy Siebels' 8th annual production of A Christmas Carol.Check out our blog to watch a sneak peak of the cast caroling at the opening of The Worcester Common Oval. If you haven't liked us on Facebook yet, you should visit our page for the latest news and updates from A Christmas Carol. Also don't forget to enter our contest for your chance to win tickets to see the show.

We are excited to announce that two new shows have been added to our 2015-16 season. On January 22 Classic Albums Live will perform Fleetwood Mac's iconic album Rumours note for note, cut for cut. Then on April 3 Brit Floyd, the world's greatest Pink Floyd show, returns to our stage for the Space and Time World Tour Continuum. Read on for more information.

As everyone knows, this is the giving season, and many people may be deciding which charities to support before the end of the year. Please consider a donation to our Access to the Arts Fund so that we can continue to ensure that deserving families, and especially young people, are able to experience the joy of live theatre throughout the year. Together, we've been able to help over 22,000 young people in our community participate in amazing programs designed to foster a love and appreciation for the performing arts.

See you at the theatre,


Lisa Condit
Director of Marketing & PR
New Show Announcement
Tickets go on sale at 10am
Classic Albums Live Presents: Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
January 22

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Hear this iconic album recreated live on stage, note for note, cut for cut.

On sale to members now. On sale to everyone Friday.

Brit Floyd Space and Time World Tour Continuum
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With a spectacular new million dollar light show and state of the art video design... and an even bigger stage production, Brit Floyd - Space and Time CONTINUUM promises to be the most ambitious and best Brit Floyd show yet.

On sale to members now. On sale to everyone Friday.

Access for All to A Christmas Carol

December 18-27

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Generously sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and Mass Live.

Save 50% on all tickets to the 12/22Autism-friendly performance.
Staying true to our mission, our 8th annual production ofA Christmas Carol provides opportunities for everyone to experience the magic of live theatre this holiday season. New this year is an Autism-friendly performance on 12/22 and all tickets are 50% off to this special show.

Click here for a full list of our special performances, including American Sign Language interpreted shows, and audio description and tactile tours in partnership with Audio Journal.

Give The Gift of Entertainment

Whether it's a gift certificate or membership, reward your loved ones with the gift of entertainment this holiday season!

The Definition of "Cultivate"

To foster the growth of; educate or refine to be discriminative in taste or judgment.

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In This Issue
  • New Shows
  • Special Performances
  • Gift Certificates
  • Upcoming Events
  • Definition of Cultivate
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$15 tix on the 15th

$15 tickets are available today on these select shows: Cesar Millan Live, An Evening with Jim Brickman, Popovich Comedy Pet Theater & Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Live! Available today only. Use promo code FIFTEEN. *Discounts cannot be applied towards previously purchased tickets.

Join us for this festive holiday networking event on 12/17! Gift cards will be accepted to benefit the children and teenagers of the Boys and Girls Club of Worcester.

Upcoming Events
Complete event listing

Jan 10

Generously sponsored by Polar Beverages

Jan 29-31
Generously sponsored by Worcester State University.

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