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    Deborah Henson-Conant in “Solstice Celebration”

    Presented by at Regent Theatre

    December 21, 2012


    Deborah Henson-Conant in “Solstice Celebration”

    A celebration of endings, beginnings - and the chance for a do-over ... on everything.
    Grammy-Nominated Recording Artist

    Until one week before her Solstice Celebration, Deborah Henson-Conant (DHC) will be on a 4-month tour of the U.S. & Europe with guitar legend Steve Vai (“The devil’s guitarist” from the movie Crossroads who cut his teeth in Frank Zappa’s band). After playing nearly 100 cities in 120 days, DHC brings it all back home in her own solo show at her hometown theater, the Regent in Arlington, MA.

    “This has been the experience of a lifetime! Getting to perform one-on-one with one of the greatest living instrumentalists has changed the entire dimension of my own solo show. And I specifically scheduled this Solstice Celebration right after the tour so I could capture that moment and put it on stage.” Deborah Henson-Conant

    DHC’s One-Woman Shows combine Blues-Flamenco-Jazz-World music with solo theatre and an instrument invented specifically for her: the electric body-harp.

    Buy VIP tix and you’re invited to the exclusive pre-show Reception RIGHT ONSTAGE with Deborah and a limited group of audience members. You can see the instruments up-close-and-personal, ask Deborah whatever you want – and then get first choice of theater seats (including the ultra-cushy first two center rows!). Reception begins at 6:45 and ends at 7:20, ten minutes before the house opens to other audience members. (Wine & beer also available at the cash bar).

    Regent Theatre

    7 Medford Street
    Arlington, MA 02474

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    Admission Info:

    Tickets: General Admission, $22/adv, $25/day of show, $16/students and seniors
    $75 VIP tickets include exclusive pre-show artist reception and first choice of seating

    Phone: {781} 646-4849


    The Regent Theatre has free parking right across the street from the theatre on weeknights and Saturday after 6pm, and all day Sunday. All spots are free (including “permit only” spots) after listed times.

    Accessibility Information:

    Wheelchair access in lower level orchestra only. No access in balcony.

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