Venue Details

6909 Star Starred
Boch Emerson Colonial Theatre
106 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02116
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Reviews & Ratings

38 ratings
4.6 average rating
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46 reviews
1 stars
attended Feb 04 2010

Had a wonderful time, great show, the cast did very well. The costumes were spectacular, other than the singing that was the best part.

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29 reviews
4 stars
attended Feb 03 2010

Outstanding performance - started slowly but quickly caught everyone up. The performance just before intermission had the entire audience on its feet halfway through the song - it was fantastic !!! However- be careful- women in front of me at...continued

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9 reviews
10 stars
attended Feb 11 2010

This was an excellenet production with beautiful costumes and incredible voices. The part of Effie was played by the understudy and she was fantastic!!
We all loved it! The seats were excellent and it was a great price!

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Quotes & Highlights

Watch the Dreamgirls promo at YouTube.


Direct from the world famous Apollo Theatre in New York City, a brand new, sensational stage production of Dreamgirls!  Full of onstage joy and backstage drama, Dreamgirls tells the rags-to-riches story of a 1960s Motown girl group, and the triumphs and tribulations that come with fame and fortune. With music by Academy® Award nominee Henry Krieger and lyrics and book by Tony® and Grammy®-winning Tom Eyen, Dreamgirls features the unforgettable hits: “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going,” “One Night Only” and “Listen.”  Broadway director and choreographer Robert Longbottom and co-choreographer Shane Sparks (TV’s__ So You Think You Can Dance__), along with some of Broadway’s top designers, re-envision this Tony® and Academy® Award-winning musical so it sparkles like never before!

Broadway In Boston Presents <em>Something Rotten!</em> <em>Hand to God</em> <em>A Doll's House</em> <em>Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?</em> <em>Once</em>