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2 Arrow Street Cambridge, MA 02138
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4.4 / 5 Rated by 232 members
Joe Manning
Review from Joe Manning
Red Velvet 46 events 35 reviews

prepare to enter a time warp to the great discos of the 70's with incredible dancers, singers and colorful characters accompanied to the best songs of the era. You will easily find yourself caught up in the madness of the moment and the excellent...continued

reviewed Oct 01 2016 report as inappropriate
Review from Bob
Red Velvet 39 events 16 reviews

Not much discernable plot!

reviewed Nov 05 2011 report as inappropriate
carl c
Review from carl c
Red Velvet 20 events 7 reviews

was alot of fun although the wait for will call tickets and then for getting into the oberon was somewhat confusing since it was not a sell out. general admission is definitely the way to go as you are really part of the action. Good time

reviewed Feb 16 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Kate
Red Velvet 15 events 7 reviews

What a blast! I ended up going by myself and STILL had a great time! The music was great fun - you can sing along - ADMIT IT - you know ALL the words. The "glitter guys" will dance with you and actors interact with guests through the show. ...continued

reviewed Jan 04 2014 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

“Riveting … So visceral that words seem almost beside the point … Paulus is off to a strong start at A.R.T.” —Boston Globe

“A fantastical disco party. … Even the stodgiest of theater patrons will be shaking their groove thangs.” —Boston Metro

“This energetic marriage of disco, Dream and Tijuana tourist entertainment may be the most alive, immersive piece of theater I’ve ever been dunked in.” —Boston Phoenix

“It’s a great night out.” —Boston Herald


Running Time: 90 minutes

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