Cabaret Deals in Boston
If you want to escape plebeians dressed as ghosts and witches this Halloween season, make like Oscar Wilde and avoid everything except temptation. Descend into The Davis Square Theatre for an evening of burlesque cabaret with the Boston Babydolls: Pay $15 (regularly $25) for one standard ticket, $21 (regularly $35) for one front row ticket, or $27 (regularly $45) for one cabaret seat to the troupe's 4th annual performance of "The Wrathskellar," a dark story of revenge and innocence lost. The Boston Babydolls are New England's leading burlesque troupe and The Boston Phoenix's pick for Best Burlesque of 2010, 2011, and 2012 -- so settle in for a night of Halloween entertainment that's anything but common.
The Fine Print
Voucher expires 4/28/13 Reservations are required Cabaret dinner for two option is valid on Tuesdays from 6:30pm to 9:30pm VIP table for up to ten people option is valid on Fridays & Saturdays before 9pm Must be 21 or older to consume alcohol Voucher is not valid for tax; tax will be charged upon checkout Voucher is not valid for gratuity; tipping is recommended on the full retail value of the service (s) Offer is final sale and non-refundable
Beloved by fans of the "Nunsense" musical series and newbies alike, "Sister Robert Anne's Cabaret Class" finds Sister Robert Anne showcasing the songs she debuted in the seven highly popular "Nunsense" musicals. With humorous stories and audience interaction, this street-smart, not-so-typical nun instructs audiences in how to put together their own cabaret act, all the while leading a musical journey of some of the most memorable numbers by award-winning composer Dan Goggin. Christine Mild stars in this crowd-pleasing show at The Norwood Theatre.