A Regional Roadmap of Performances Not to Miss
The summer may be winding down, but theatre and dance performances across Massachusetts are sure not! Take your next trip to a new part of the state by following our regional roadmap to a destination and show that you, your friends, and your family will be sure to love. We’re connecting you to events happening now, ones that are coming up soon, and some to get excited about for the fall! Performances are listed according to dates and times.
For more, check out the ArtsBoston Calendar for an extensive look at what’s happening in your local arts scene.
THEATRE & MUSIC
Gloucester: Gloucester Stage Company
Wellfleet: Harbor Stage Company
In addition to those beach views, make sure to add Brenda Withers’ new play “Dindin” (which is also being turned into a movie!) to your Cape Cod to-do list, which is on stage in Wellfleet now through September 5.
Beverly: North Shore Music Theater
“Mamma Mia” fans, grab the ABBA playlist and take a road trip with your favorite pals to see performances at North Shore Music Theater, on stage in-the-round from October 5 – October 17, 2021!
“Ballet: Coast to Coast” at Jacob’s PIllow Photo: Jacob’s Pillow
Rockport: Windhover Center for the Performing Arts
August 27 and 28, catch Michael Trusnovec, former soloist with Paul Taylor Dance Company, along with Lloyd Knight and Xin Ying, current stars of the Martha Graham Dance Company, and Annmaria Mazzini of Mazzini Dance Collective performing the work of iconic choreographers on Windhover’s outdoor stage.
Becket: Jacob’s Pillow
The outdoor dance festival continues with on-site events through Aug. 29, including “Ballet Coast to Coast,” a performance showcasing the cross-country talents of Boston Ballet, Houston Ballet, and Pacific Northwest Ballet.
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Header photo: “Seared” at Gloucester Stage Company. Credit: Jason Grow
Elena Morris (she/her/hers) is ArtsBoston’s Community Outreach and Marketing Manager. She is a dramaturg and arts administrator passionate about forward-thinking in the arts. Elena holds a BFA in Theatre Arts from Boston University, focusing her studies on dramatic literature and movement.