Aug 04 2019

FREE ADVANCE SCREENING: “ANGRY BIRDS MOVIE 2”

By | August 4th, 2019|Animation, Family, Free Advance Screening, Kids, Movies|0 Comments

HURRY! Win FREE passes to ADVANCE SCREENING OF SONY PICTURES RELEASE "ANGRY BIRDS MOVIE 2"!  Saturday August 10th AMC Boston Common at 11:00 AM   TO DOWNLOAD ADVANCE SCREENING PASSES PLEASE VISIT:   http://www.sonyscreenings.com/JoycesAngryBirds Rating: PG Runtime: 1hr 39 min Opening Date: August 14, 2019 Directed by: Thurop Van Orman                   Cast: Danny McBride, Peter [...]

Jul 30 2019

THEATER: “CYMBELINE” FREE SHAKESPEARE ON THE COMMON!

By | July 30th, 2019|Theater|0 Comments

Imogen-- where have you been all my life?! I have only seen Shakespeare's CYMBELINE once before (March '92 at the Huntington Theatre) but I don't recall its heroine as vividly as I will remember this boisterous and boundlessly energized performance by Nora Eschenheimer as Princess Imogen, a young woman as honest, loyal, and determined as the [...]

Jul 27 2019

MOVIE: “Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood”

By | July 27th, 2019|Action & Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Epic & Historical, Fantasy, Movies, Thriller|0 Comments

ONCE UPON A TIME... IN HOLLYWOOD is easily THE film of the summer, the year thus far, and maybe the decade. It's a climactic showstopper of an achievement, Quentin Tarantino's avowed penultimate 9th movie, a full-to-bursting valentine to movie-making and movie stars, his native Los Angeles, and an industry mirroring the turbulence of a culture [...]

Jul 20 2019

MOVIE MUST SEE: “THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING”

By | July 20th, 2019|Celebrity Interviews, Documentary|0 Comments

MUST SEE "THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING" a one time only screening event this Monday July 22 at 7:30 on over 800 screens across the US in a special Fathom event! TIX ONSALE HERE! THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING is required viewing for anyone who doubts gender discrimination still exists, in Hollywood or wherever Hollywood intersects with [...]

Jul 19 2019

COOL THEATER WEEKEND: THE LIGHTNING THIEF, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, THE 39 STEPS

By | July 19th, 2019|Theater|0 Comments

A sweltering weekend is upon us so here's how to escape the record-breaking temps outside and see what's hot onstage! THE LIGHTNING THIEF: The Percy Jackson Musical. After flaming out onscreen, this global best-seller by Rick Riordan is now a hit musical onstage which just opened in Boston at the Huntington Avenue Theatre! I [...]

Jul 16 2019

THEATER: DEAR EVAN HANSEN

By | July 16th, 2019|Theater|0 Comments

I have seen DEAR EVAN HANSEN and remain overwhelmed by the lyrical beauty of its score (Benj Pasek & Justin Paul), the power of these performances, and the emotional intelligence of its book (Steven Levenson). This Tony Award-winning musical juggernaut has as ardent a following as "Hamilton" and with good reason. I saw it for [...]

Jul 16 2019

FREE ADVANCE SCREENING: WHERE’D YOU GO, BERNADETTE

By | July 16th, 2019|Comedy, Drama, Family, Free Advance Screening, Kids, Movies|0 Comments

HURRY and GET YOUR PASSES to FREE ADVANCE SCREENING OF WHERE’D YOU GO, BERNADETTE TUESDAY AUGUST 13, 2019 7:00 PM ShowPlace ICON Boston Seaport 60 Seaport Blvd Boston, MA, 02210 To download a pass for two, please click: http://uareleasingscreenings.com/JoyceBernadette *Please note that seating is limited and on a first come first serve basis, get [...]

Jun 26 2019

THEATER ROUND UP: Three Musketeers, Pride and Prejudice, Barefoot in the Park

By | June 26th, 2019|Theater|0 Comments

What do the Three Musketeers, two young newlyweds, and Austen's Bennet sisters have in common? They're all subjects for some good old-fashioned fun onstage around town this weekend! Head to Stoneham for the Greater Boston Stage Company and The Front Porch Arts Collective production of Dumas' swashbuckler THE THREE MUSKETEERS which reframes the 17th century [...]

Jun 20 2019

THEATER: “CLOUD 9”

By | June 20th, 2019|Theater|0 Comments

Head for Central Square and be on CLOUD 9! The Nora Theatre Company's latest production puts you there. An extremely nimble ensemble directed by Lee Mikeska Gardner takes Caryl Churchill's rambunctious, gender-bending, time-warping, traditional and taboo sexual roundelay and skewers white patriarchal oppression from Victorian British Colonial Africa (Act I) to swinging late '70's London [...]