Venue Details

3207 Star Starred
Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts
between Berkeley & Clarendon Streets 527 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02116
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1 review
4 stars
The Beehive, directly next door, has great food and drink...a little pricey but perfect for a night out on the town.
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3 reviews
59 stars
I went to a Thai rest. that was within walking distance from the theater. The food was fabulous.
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.6 average rating
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11 events
6 reviews
1 stars
attended Feb 02 2011

Terrific performers, and very much a fun evening.

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5 reviews
2 stars
attended Feb 19 2011

Wonderful performance. The singing was fantastic. It's a small theater so there are no bad seats.

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4 reviews
11 stars
attended Jan 23 2011

Great event. I attended for my birthday and enjoyed the entire show. I am so glad that I was able to purchase my ticket through GoldStar.

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Book by Arthur Kopit

Music & Lyrics by Maury Yeston

Adaptation from the Italian by Mario Fratti

Directed by Paul Daigneault

Music Direction by Nick Connell

Choreography by David Connolly 

Based on Fellini’s classic film 8 1/2, the two-time Tony Award-winning musical tells the spectacular story of celebrated film director Guido Contini, who is facing both mid-life and marital crises after turning 40. In an effort to gain inspiration and save his career, Gudio escapes to a Venetian spa, where he finds himself examining his past relationships with the many wonderful women who have touched his life. SpeakEasy Stage has assembled an all-star Boston cast for this production, which stars Timothy John Smith as Guido, and features Aimee Doherty, McCaela Donovan, Kerry A. Dowling, Jennifer Ellis, Maureen Keiller, and Cheryl McMahon.