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62 Star Starred
Regent Theatre
at Massachusetts Ave. 7 Medford Street Arlington, MA 02474
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18 ratings
4.6 average rating
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1 review
0 stars
attended Nov 27 2009

mary poppins was very good. The Regent Theater has still not learned to handle the crowds in an effective way

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9 reviews
3 stars
attended Nov 24 2012

I took my niece and her friend (both age 8) and we all though it was great. They took umbrellas for "props" to march in the little parade across the stage and then they sat and belted out every song (it was SO helpful to have the words streaming...continued

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4 reviews
51 stars
attended Nov 25 2012

We were greeted at the door by Ms. Poppins herself--such a jolly surprise! The pre-show announcements were amplified, but Ms. Poppins wasn't, so we had a difficult time hearing her (especially with an audience full of young children armed with...continued

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Adapted from PL Travers’ 1934 novel, Mary Poppins premiered in August 1964. “Practically perfect in every way,” it earned 13 Academy Award nominations and became Disney’s biggest box office success to date. Julie Andrews made Mary Poppins her film debut and nabbed the Oscar, beating out Audrey Hepburn for Best Actress in 1967. After 42 years, Mary Poppins continues to pull lasting magic from its cinematic carpet bag of tricks, while reminding new generations how a simple gift of kindness costs merely tuppence.

This show’s running time is approximately two hours and 30 minutes.

About the Ticket Supplier: Regent Theatre

The Regent Theatre opened its doors in 1916 as one of Greater Boston's premier vaudeville houses. The venue has undergone many permutations since then and has served the community for 90 years as of October, 2006. In recent years, the Regent Theatre family has been proud to bring back live performances to this historical space and is again becoming a hot spot for theatre and concert goers in the Greater Boston community. Our seating is spacious and comfortable with more- than- ample leg room and the sightlines are great from every seat in the house. Easily accessible by public transportation, we are located in the heart of Arlington Center where there is plenty of free parking after 6pm directly across the street in the municipal lot.