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waiting for godot at club cafe boston

Waiting for Waiting for Godot

Friday, July 14th through Saturday, July 29th
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In the show The New York Times hails as “delectable”, hapless yet devoted understudies Ester and Val ponder art, life and theatre while they wait each night backstage, certain that one day their big break will come. Will tonight be their night? This madcap, laugh-filled love letter to theatre and hysterical homage to Samuel Beckett’s classic drama makes its Boston debut after critically acclaimed runs in both New York and London. Witty, wise and endearing, this is a show for theatre lovers and haters alike. Continue Reading →

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Ms Vickie Shaw & Ms Roxanna Ward

Sunday, July 23rd, 2:00 PM, $20 Tickets
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JM Productions is proud to present Ms. Vickie Shaw & Ms. Roxanna Ward direct from their Ptown engagement for their first mini New England Tour!

Vickie Shaw is the funniest comedian EVER! She said so herself! Vickie has been making people laugh until their faces hurt and ribs cracked! She gets her comedy from her life, with her partner Sargent Patch, their three children and now three grandchildren. Vickie’s family is important to her, and as you will see they are just as dysfunctional as your family. She includes them in her act because it is cheaper than therapy.

Fresh off her sold out one woman show ” Roxanna Ward Alone….. and Somewhat Together Cabaret-comic extraordinaire, Roxanna Ward who hails from Laguna Beach, Ca., hits the stage with her engaging blend of piano bar and comedy. One reviewer observed, its as if Bette Midler and Steve Allen had a love child.
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Gutenberg! The Musical! at Club Cafe Boston

Gutenberg! The Musical!

Thu. 8/24, Fri. 8/25, Sat. 8/26, 6:30 doors – Show at 7:00 PM
Buy Tickets Amateur Hour’s inaugural production, Gutenberg! The Musical! is a hilarious musical spoof in which two aspiring Broadway writers perform a staged reading of what might be the greatest musical of all time. With an unending supply of enthusiasm, the two playwrights play all the parts and sing all the songs in the hopes of finding a Broadway producer to make all their dreams come true. Though the play is originally written for two male characters, Michelle Ciccotelli and Stephanie Occhipinti (Co-Founders of Amateur Hour) will be featured in the leading roles. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Continue Reading →