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56 Star Starred
The Rockwell
255 Elm St. Somerville, MA 02144
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"Old School Game Show"
12 ratings
2.9 average rating
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32 events
9 reviews
2 stars
attended Feb 23 2014

We really, I mean REALLY, wanted to like this! It was just ... not good. The sound system was terrible and the actors seemed to be acting just for themselves. There was much less audience participation that was suggested and we were only able to...continued

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25 events
13 reviews
7 stars
attended Nov 24 2013

This was EASILY my favorite Goldstar event I've ever been too!
It was my first OSGS and it definitely won't be my last!!!
This show was everything I hoped for and more. From dancers, to robots, to humorous robots, and of course the amazing host...continued

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27 events
9 reviews
20 stars
attended May 30 2015

Hysterical ADULT humor... Very interactive... Lots of audience participation...

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Be advised that this show may contain strong language and sexual references.

Becoming an Actual Contestant:

When you arrive at the show, the lovely usher who takes your ticket will ask if you’re interested in playing the game. If you would like to play, you’ll receive a name tag and your name will be placed in the official fishbowl.

At the beginning of the show, eight contestants will be called up to the stage (Price is Right-style) and divided into two teams to compete in the first round. The winning team of each round will win fun, fabulous prizes, and the losing team’s lowest-scoring members will be replaced with new contestants.

This continues over several rounds (each one a completely new original category), and then the night’s greatest contestants square off against one another until there is one final Old School Game Show champion! 

<em>Return of the Winemaker</em> <em>Dirty Disney</em> Sh*t-faced Shakespeare: <em>Romeo and Juliet</em> <em>KERPLUNK!</em> <em>Boston's Unscripted Musical Project</em> Hush Silent Film With Live Music: <em>The Cameraman</em> Mariah Carey <em>A Drag Queen Christmas</em> <em>Holiday Pops</em> <em>A Christmas Celtic Sojourn</em> Tony Williams' <em>Urban Nutcracker</em> <em>Return of the Winemaker</em> Sunset Cruise of Boston Harbor <em>Amadeus</em> <em>A Christmas Carol</em> <em>Billy Elliot: The Musical</em>