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Central Square Theater
450 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02139
617-576-9278
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1 stars
Venue was easy to find, intimate, very comfortable and staff was very helpful and friendly. Parking was convenient and reasonably priced. Dress to me, was business casual and the audience adhered respectfully to it. Great time. Highly recommended.
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4 reviews
2 stars
Parking in Public lot across the street.
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"Silver Spoon"
11 ratings
4.2 average rating
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95 events
21 reviews
7 stars
attended Jun 10 2011

I thought the actors were very good and very attractive and their chemistry worked! The live band behind the actors was novel and worked well and the singing was great! I had a wonderful time and it was both funny as well as sad at times. Very...continued

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9 reviews
3 stars
attended Jun 02 2011

This was our first NORA production but on the basis of this show we're going to subscribe for next season. The show is cleverly written, the original music excellent, the performers well cast, enthusiastic, and professional. The theatre itself...continued

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6 reviews
5 stars
attended May 25 2011

The Nora Theatre Company is such a great company--I've been so impressed by productions I have attended in the past, Hysteria and Moon for the Misbegotten. So my expectations were high...and I was disappointed. I found the story line pretty...continued

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Description

Silver Spoon

by Amy Merrill & Si Kahn

directed by Daniel Gidron

The world-premiere musical, Silver Spoon, delights with toe-tapping folk numbers and rousing ballads. Working-class Brooklyn and upper-crust Manhattan collide in the idealistic days of the late 1960s as two young lovers fight for justice and search for acceptance from their families, society, and each other. With book by Cambridge’s own Amy Merrill and music and lyrics by popular songwriter and activist Si Kahn. Directed by The Nora Theatre Company’s Associate Director Daniel Gidron.