We're looking forward to the Tony Award-winning musical, Ragtime, opening on January 29. Watch an exciting preview of the show. If you don't have tickets, it's not too late. You can also enter our trivia contest for a chance to win 4 tickets. As a reminder, tomorrow is the last chance to send in audition information for the role of "Young Coalhouse." Visit our website for audition requirements.

If you have a young Daniel Tiger fan, check out our online coloring contest. The winner will receive four tickets to see the lovable character live on February 13. Check out the show page for contest rules.

Stay safe and see you at the theatre,


Lisa Condit
Director of Marketing & PR

P.S. Congratulations to Kevin M. for winning a free membership when he visited our table at a recent event. Look for our membership table at upcoming events for your chance to win.

Ragtime the Musical

January 29-31
Generously sponsored by Worcester State University

"Explosive and thrilling! RAGTIME is nothing short of a MASTERPIECE." - Bloomberg News

Great seats still available. Click the link for tickets.

Classic Albums Live Presents:
Fleetwood Mac - Rumours

January 22

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

Tickets start at just $25. Get your's today.

In This Issue
  • Ragtime
  • Classic Albums Live
  • Open Audition
  • Upcoming Events

Audition Notice
We are seeking a young male actor to portray "Young Coalhouse" in the National Tour of Ragtime on Jan 29. Deadline is tomorrow.
More information

Upcoming Events
Complete event listing

An Evening with
Jim Brickman

Feb 11

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Live!
Feb 13

Enter our coloring contest

Joseph's Dream A Vision of Choice
Feb 17-18

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