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Jack Neary's "First Night," a charming romance, is the perfect play to get you in the holiday spirit. A new production will be staged Dec. 13-16 at the Actors Studio of Newburyport, 50 Water St. Neary directs the delightful two-hander that features Jocelyn Duford and John Manning.   Read More >>
Lowell Philharmonic Orchestra pays tribute to America's veterans with a patriotic Veterans Day concert on Sunday, Nov. 11 at 2 p.m. at the Chelmsford Center for the Arts, 1A North Road. "We will be honoring our veterans with music from the World War I era," notes the LPO website program announcement.   Read More >>
Jamie Ann Romero starts to giggle when she talks about performing in "The Play That Goes Wrong," the madcap-comedy murder-mystery that plays the Emerson Colonial Theatre from Nov. 7-18. "Everything that could go wrong does go wrong -- props break, people fight, people get hurt," Romero said last week by phone from Tampa, Fla.   Read More >>
Rachel and Ross. Monica and Chandler. Phoebe and Joey. Everyone's favorite "friends" from the iconic 1990's sitcom of the same name are back and bringing musical laughs a-plenty in "Friends! the Musical Parody.   Read More >>
Joe Kinosian never met an old movie he didn't love -- especially the Marx Brothers and their screwball wordplay and physical zaniness. He brings that to life in "Murder for Two," the musical-comedy whodunit that he co-wrote and stars in at Merrimack Repertory Theatre in Lowell, Oct.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- Joe Kinosian, the original star and co-creator of the Off-Broadway sensation "Murder for Two" will lead the Merrimack Repertory Theatre cast of the musical-comedy/whodunit Oct. 17-Nov. 11 at the Nancy L.   Read More >>
MERRIMACK, N.H. -- The sawdust will be flying come Saturday, Sept. 29, at the Anheuser-Busch Merrimack Brewery, when it hosts the Buschhhhh Lumberjack Championship. Being a lumberjack is about more than just chopping wood -- it takes impressive skill and technique (no beard or plaid required).   Read More >>
It's hard to recall Lowell without the National Historical Park and its role in the city's rebirth and revitalization. The park's 40th anniversary is celebrated in a new exhibition, "Making Connections: The 40th Anniversary of Lowell National Historical Park," on view Sept.   Read More >>
The Addison Gallery of American Art, on the campus of Phillips Academy in Andover, is a hidden gem in the Merrimack Valley. And fall is the perfect time to discover it. This fall makes it special with two new exhibitions opening this month.   Read More >>
Murder, mystery and Mary -- as in Poppins -- are on Cannon Theatre's September schedule. Each fall, Cannon teams up with the Colonial Inn in Concord for a murder-mystery dinner show and fundraiser. This year's outing is "You Have the Right to Remain Dead" on Sept.   Read More >>