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    Boyce & Melinda’s Investment Strategies for the Post-Money World

    Presented by at Virginia Wimberly Theatre

    January 14 - January 30, 2010


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    Boyce & Melinda’s Investment Strategies for the Post-Money World

    It's the year 2020, President Sarah Palin's faith-based economy has collapsed, where can you turn? Boyce and Melinda's Investment Strategies for the Post Money World, a musical financial seminar from is hysterical look at what our financial future may hold with the kind of advice you just can't get on CNBC. The show is an original work from Gip Hoppe, author of Broadway's Jackie: An American Life and features original music by Hoppe and...

    It's the year 2020, President Sarah Palin's faith-based economy has collapsed, where can you turn? Boyce and Melinda's Investment Strategies for the Post Money World, a musical financial seminar from is hysterical look at what our financial future may hold with the kind of advice you just can't get on CNBC. The show is an original work from Gip Hoppe, author of Broadway's Jackie: An American Life and features original music by Hoppe and Chandler Travis. Starring Will Lebow and Julie Perkins. Approximate running time: 90 minutes, no intermission. Suitable for ages 13 and up.


    Virginia Wimberly Theatre

    527 Tremont Street
    Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA
    Boston, MA 02116

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    Admission Info:
    $35 general admission, $31.50 seniors and $25 students.


    General Day and Time Info:
    Tues-Fri 8 pm; Sat 4 & 8 pm; Sun 1 & 5 pm show times

    phone: 617-933-8600


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    • Event Name: Boyce & Melinda’s Investment Strategies for the Post-Money World
      1 out of 5 stars rating "Disappointing"
      Review posted by: Zoey from Boston, Feb 01, 2010

      We were only 2 of 8 people who were in the audience, which made me feel very badly for the actors as there was not much for the actors to bounce off of in the audience reaction. while the title... Expand

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