Venue Details

155 Star Starred
Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts
Between Berkeley & Clarendon Streets 527 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02116
617-266-0800
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Member Tips

dress

Casual
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travel

Take public transit
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Parking is a breeze
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Parking is scarce
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dining

Dine before you go
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Food and drinks for purchase
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Wini Peterson
If you dine at the Beehive Restaurant, you can valet park and they will keep your car until the end of the play.
dining Dec 16 2013 star this tip starred
Millicent Broderick
park indoors at Pilgrim Parking around the corner from 505 Tremont $16 for performance time. Garage exits next door to theatre. ATM right there as well.
travel Dec 19 2013 star this tip starred
Millicent Broderick
Picco, next door is a nice restaurant for a snack, pizza, salad or drink They also have specialty desserts. Theatre takes cash only for intermission refreshments,
dining Dec 19 2013 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

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4.4 average rating
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9 events
5 reviews
9 stars
attended Dec 15 2013

nice theater - difficulty hearing at times - needed libretto. good performance by BU students. Complicated Sondheim production - discussion of production needed. Overall an interesting experience

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11 events
2 reviews
2 stars
attended Dec 14 2013

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More Information

Website

http://www.bostontheatrescene.com/season/Pacific-Overtures/

Description

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

Book by John Weidman

Additional Material by Hugh Wheeler

Directed by Jim Petosa

About the Ticket Supplier: Boston University College of Fine Arts

The Boston University College of Fine Arts School of Theatre is a leading conservatory for the study of acting, stage management, design, production, and all aspects of the theatrical profession. These programs of study are enriched by the School’s access to the greater liberal arts programs at Boston University. The School of Theatre values the notion of “the new conservatory” and seeks to provide students with opportunities for artistic growth through a rigorous curriculum, professional connections, and an emphasis on collaboration and new work. The School’s academic programs and several special initiatives, including the Boston University New Play Initiative and Boston Center for American Performance – the professional extension of the School of Theatre, enable the School of Theatre to put these core values into practice.