Venue Details

38 Star Starred
Reagle Music Theatre/Robinson Theatre
at Waltham High School 617 Lexington Street Waltham, MA 02452
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If you can, have dinner at Moody's Backroom before the show. Excellent!
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they sell ice cream and frozen yogurt cups too!
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"The Music Man"
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24 reviews
5 stars
attended Jul 23 2010

Reagle Players do a great job, and for the Music Man the leads were terrific. It's amazing they can do so much with a reasonable ticket price- fine scenery, costumes, choreography, and a fine orchestra.
Our seats were way to the side and, since...continued

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36 stars
attended Jul 24 2010

Great Show! The sets, the costumes, the talent all first rate. Would definitely do this again. I was a little worried about where the seats would be. I was picturing the last row, obstructed view. But I was wrong. There isn't a bad seat in the...continued

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13 reviews
15 stars
attended Jul 22 2010

100% in agreement with previous commenter: Great performance, Broadway quality with hometown prices... Reagle Players are The Best kept secret in the Metro Boston area

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Starring Scott Wahle as Harold Hill and Sarah Pfisterer as Marian Paroo

Book, music and lyrics by Meredith Willson

This award-winning audience favorite makes a triumphant return to the Reagle stage this summer along with television personality Scott Wahle as Harold Hill and Broadway leading lady Sarah Pfisterer as Marian Paroo. Traveling salesman and all around con-man Harold Hill finds himself in River City, Iowa trying to earn his fortune selling instruments and uniforms for a Boy’s band. His plan is to run away with the money before the townspeople find out that Harold’s not a professor of music. All of Professor Hill’s plans are moving along smoothly until he falls in love with the local librarian and piano teacher, Marian Paroo.