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Worcester Massachusetts is known as the "Heart of the Commonwealth" and is New England's second largest city with a population of over 170 thousand people of many diverse backgrounds and heritages. Worcester was incorporated first as a township in 1722 and then as a city in 1848. Worcester covers a land area of 37.5 square miles.
Worcester is a city steeped in history-General Washington rode through here, Abraham Lincoln slept here and John Adams taught school here. The valentine card got its beginnings here as did the first experiments in rockets by the famed Robert H. Goddard. The birth control pill was invented here!
The city is well noted for its fine educational and cultural facilities which include Worcester State College, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Assumption College, Clark University, Holy Cross and the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. It hosts the acclaimed Worcester Music Festival which is the nation's oldest annual festival and has been ongoing since 1858. Since the late 1980's biotechnology has been vital to Worcester's economy.
With all of its institutes of higher learning and biotechnology Worcester is none the less a predominantly residential city. Within its boundaries are more than 1200 acres of city owned park land and fifty public schools to educate its more than 20 thousand children. Worcester is a city that is extremely proud of its past and secure with its future.
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10% Off First Visit to Fabulous Salon & Spa Expires: 12/12/2013 Take 10% off your fist visit to Fabulous Salon & Spa in Worcester MA. Their certified stylists pamper you with trusted brands like Joico, Paul Mitchell, Goldwell, Morrocan Oil, Liscio hair care products, & Bioelements. Group bookings & walk-in customers accepted.
Join us for a New Year's hike! We will hike or snowshoe on the sanctuary. We will look for tracks and signs of wildlife as we follow the trails, then return to coffee and cocoa back at the Visitor Center. Registration is required. Call (508) 753-6087 for
When: Jan 1, 2014 9 AM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: Adults $0.00m/ $5.00nm, Children $0.00m/ $3.00nm (Wed, 01 Jan 2014 09 )
Are owls wise? How do they fly so silently? Can they really turn their heads all the way around? Find out at this evening program for families. Play owl games and learn some fun facts. We'll practice owl calls inside then search the sanctuary for these magnificent creatures of the night. Registration is required. Call (508) 753-6087 for details. See http://www.massaudubon.org/catalog/listing.php?program_code=BB29342 for more information.
When: Jan 18, 2014 6 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: Adults $6.00m/ $8.00nm, Children $4.00m/ $6.00nm (Sat, 18 Jan 2014 18 )
with Misser, Long Lost, Mourning "Transit has been getting better and better ever since the release of their first EP, 2007's Let It Out. But no one could ever predict that their development would reach such a devastating pinnacle on Stay Home. The band's newest release, a six-song collection again recorded with New England hardcore super producer Jay Maas (Verse, Shipwreck), Stay Home is made up an absolutely mind-blowing first half and a second half that, while not quite as good, is still wholehearted, well-rounded and stupidly solid itself. " -Punknews.org "Not often does a band quell fears of mediocrity within seconds of an album's beginning, but Transit do just that on Stay Home's self-titled opener. Frenetic drum spanking and the lines, "So many days and nights of my life escape / It always fades away with time" create an instant spark. Talk about target marketing; there is perhaps no better way to describe the numbingly slow days of summer or spring break or whatever. Good things are sure to follow when a band can so succinctly lay their cards on the table." -AbsolutePunk.net "Sometimes you can almost immediately tell where a band comes from after hearing just a few songs. Such is the case with Boston quintet Transit: The band's brand of melodic post-hardcore could only come from the upper East Coast, and on This Will Not Define Us, they shred through the speakers with a sound that's straight out of 2002. Thankfully though, it's not too derivative; apparent influences aside, this is really damn good. Transit's tunes pack a satisfying mix of catchy hooks and raw emotional grit not far removed from the likes of Crime In Stereo, or a far ballsier Taking Back Sunday circa Tell All Your Friends." -Mammoth Press
When: Dec 27, 2013 6 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: $12 adv/$14 day (Fri, 27 Dec 2013 18 )
Rivalry's 2nd Annual Rockin' Country Christmas. 1st one was great, this one will be better. The first 100 people through the door will recieve a special Christmas gift from Mychael. Come on out.
When: Dec 21, 2013 8 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts (Sat, 21 Dec 2013 20 )
with State Champs, Sworn In, A Sight For Sewn Eyes, Downfall, Low Points, Riverview New England post-hardcore group Vanna have spent the last several years on a personal journey, and it's the experience of living on the road that has helped them to discover who they truly are. After years of relentless touring and musical growth, the band has found balance with A New Hope, both literally and figuratively. Since the bands formation in 2004 Vanna – Chris Preece (vocals), Nick Lambert (guitar/vocals), Evan Pharmakis (guitar/vocals), Shawn Marquis (bass) and newcomer Chris Campbell (drums) – have built a strong following based on their killer live shows, which helped garner attention from Epitaph Records. The band signed with the label in 2005 and released their debut EP, The Search Party Never Came, the following year. With the EP's release came extensive touring until it was time to release their full length album, Curses, in 2007. Signaling growth sonically from the EP, Curses highlighted the band's metalcore side establishing them as one of the most interesting up-and-coming bands in the post-hardcore scene. After almost two years of touring in support of Curses, the band returned to their roots and entered the studio with producer Steve Evetts (Every Time I Die, Story of the Year) to record A New Hope. With widening musical vision and hard-won experience under their belts, Vanna tackled the writing and recording of A New Hope with an added perspective and understanding. "The writing and recording process naturally becomes more dialed and decisive with each record," explains Preece. "This record was approached with more of a group mentality. We talked a lot about what we liked and disliked about our last two releases, and each one of us were able to express ourselves in every step of the process." "Steve Evetts was honestly just a great fit for us," adds Pharmakis. "For me personally it was great because I feel my relationship with the producer is important. If we mesh well it shows in the recording. The more comfortable you are the better you perform, the better you can concentrate and the better ideas you come up with as a team, as far as harmonies and melody ideas. And Steve was a great mentor. Chris Preece and I really meshed our lyric and vocal ideas together in a different way on this album and it worked out great. We definitely got to show a more melodic side on the record. I'd like to think this new record is like the perfect mix between our last two releases but with the sound we always wanted...and the skill it took time to earn." The result of their collaborative efforts are twelve smartly written tracks that highlight the band's musical evolution, balancing the perfect fusion of emotive rock and perilous hardcore. "Into Hell's Mouth We March," the first song released from A New Hope, rips the album open with the group's finest mix of melody and hardcore yet. While fans will appreciate Vanna's signature mix of weighty breakdowns and uplifting choruses, they'll also hear a progression in song-writing, gang vocals and more melodic singing from guitarist/vocalist Evan Pharmakis which makes for a much more accessible sound. Anthemic tracks like the first single "Safe To Say" and "We Are Nameless" bring the goosebumps, pushing with trashing guitars and pulling with captivating melody until you are chanting alongside the dueling vocalists. "I feel like A New Hope is a fresh start," says Pharmakis. "This is exactly where we want to be, and I couldn't be happier with the direction of our music. This is Vanna, we are finally Vanna." As Vanna looks forward with A New Hope, they continue down their unpredictable path of self discovery, continually growing and evolving with new purpose and A New Hope.
When: Dec 22, 2013 5 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: $15 adv and at the door (Sun, 22 Dec 2013 17 )
If you ever questioned your childhood before just wait until this event, be prepared to rethink your sanity as we take you to Paris, France.
Upon Arrival dark beats appear from every direction, you realize suddenly you're in chains, locked away in the Reptarland Asylum. What happened? How did you get there? You pull, you scream, the dark beats get louder and louder, suddenly the bass drops and you feel the evil surround you. A familiar face emerges from the darkness, Tommy Pickles, not even questioning how that's even possible you plead for help, he stares blankly, then smiles as his head turns a complete 180 degrees. He begins to laugh, you begin to cry and wonder when the nightmare will end. Tommy disappears back into darkness, you can barely make out figures dancing all around you to the dark beats, you feel a sharp pain in your back that pierces through your stomach and then pass out.
When you awaken you're somewhere new, the chains are gone the lights are on, beepers everywhere, everything seems okay. You stand up and fall back down, a pool of blood is at your feet and all over your clothing, you realize you're bleeding really bad from your chest. The lights shut off, laughter everywhere, people are chanting football head as the dark beats return, as the bass drops a sign is lit up, "Big Bobs Beeper Necropolis". You start screaming again, suddenly coughing up blood, figures, shadowed by darkness continue to dance, you can barely make them out but you watch them get closer and closer. The bass drops once more, suddenly your unconscious.
Is it a nightmare? Is it reality? Or are you just crazy?
Prepare to be lured to the dancefloor! San Francisco resident Anglerfish is known for her high-energy, versatile sets spanning all things hard and fast. Her quick mixing, unique and varied sound, and love for vinyl have set her apart as one of northern California's most in-demand hardcore DJs.
I started out in late 2002 as an 80's DJ playing and collecting 80's vinyl. I opened up at raves and played at house parties or anywhere that I could have the opportunity to move a crowd. By 2003 I was asked to perform at Philadelphia's infamous Gothic/Industrial fetish event SHOCK THERAPY.
Ever diligent to expand my horizons, I began collecting a variety of electronic styles (ebm, darkwave, terror ebm, synthpop, etc.) Patiently I taught myself the art of beat matching and mixing these forms of music into my sets and by 2005 I was offered a residency at SHOCK THERAPY. Attaining a good reputation and the freedom to express myself creatively I began organizing events fusing EDM commonly played at raves with Gothic/Industrial music. The FULL MOON GATHERING and C.H.U.D. events of late 2005 are still fondly remembered by many as a huge success in bringing people from many musical tastes and backgrounds together in harmony.
Opening new ears to the Gothic/Industrial sound caught the attention of a number of promoters. To my credit and honor I performed at DRACULA'S BALL, the largest Gothic/Industrial event in Philadelphia and usually play weekly at Philly's longest running Gothic/Industrial/80's alternative night NOCTURNE. I am featured in NYC frequently at the SMACK! and BYTE parties, and went on to play the BLACK SUN FESTIVAL II in New Haven Connecticut.
These are merely the highlights. The biggest highlight i have achieved and acomplished is playing at the WAVE GOTIK TREFFEN event in Leipzig Germany with 20,000+ people attending! This is the world's largest Gothic/Industrial event. As a Dj I love what I do and I am completely self promoted. I'm living my dreams of opening minds and bringing the music I love to the masses!
I love music and there is nothing more that i like than to play music even if it is not something i created myself. I have been djing for over 10 years and have been fortunate to share the stage with some of the biggest names in the USA and the world. There is nothing like the feeling i get to having a room full of smiling, dancing people and i suppose that is why all who play music do what they do. SO i guess the easiest way to put this all is, I play music.
One of the Happiest & Cheesiest Hardcore Dj's from Western NY, sK1TTL3z has been rockin the Hardcore scene as a DJ since the Beginning of 2011. He is sure to bring the scene a fresh mix of both old skool and nu skool sounds, he is your source for passionate high energy pop, rock'n'roll, & classical influenced music. He has been rapidly gaining popularity in Western NY, New England, & Now parts of PA, MI & OR. sK1TTL3z is sponsored by MushyTea, Make It Rayne, BadWolf, plur.fm & GlowTribe - NY! He has many EPIC new sounds to blow your mindz with! You will surely be jumping & bouncing all around the dancefloors!
Born to the streets of Queens New York, Cristapher DC_Ten Cotter was first influenced by electronic music when stole his first mix tape from his cousin. At the first sound of this new beat he fell in love. Later this love for the beat would drive him to buy his first records and a set of turntables. As DC_Ten's passion for music grew he expanded to hard bass tunes the synth melodies of trance. Feeling the love of the scene you can now catch DC_Ten playing Trance with some of the local undergrounds best.
The Magick Report is a musical project created by DJ/producer Rocco Ferrer. Hailing from London and residing in Brooklyn, The Magick Report is one of the biggest up-and-coming artists in New York EDM. His music bridges all electronic music fans from glam-rockers and ravers to hipsters and club-hoppers. Playing fidget house, electro house, tech house, drum n bass, and drumstep, his sets never fail to deliver a universal energy that will get any crowd dancing. Performing both live PA and DJ sets, The Magick Report is a unique experience with every gig he plays.
The Magick Report began playing in Brooklyn, New York and performing live PA sets in 2006. By 2007, he was hosting his own events, booking and working with some of the biggest names in electronic music, as well as giving other local artists the chance to do the same. His enthusiasm, attitude, and musical talent has led him to play gigs with artists such as Gramatik, Griz, Girl Talk, gLAdiators, Kraddy, and has gotten him performance spots at AnimeNEXT and other gaming conventions. He has also played for many of the larger New York event companies such as Konkrete Jungle, Bang On!, and Mr. Bugsly Presents, who over the years have maintained the image of NYC nightlife. Today, he continues to host events along the U.S. east coast, and is constantly producing, performing, and making the crowd move.
Chaos D's love for Hardcore took form upon listening to the well known Happy 2B Hardcore series mixed by Anabolic Frolic and the popular Bonkers series brought together by DJ's/Producers Hixxy and Sharkey. In 2005, he learned of the rave scene and has been partying ever since.
Chaos D acquired his first set of decks in 2007 and his determination set in to deliver a vibe only he could present. Assimilating as many skills and tricks as possible from other talented DJ's around the east coast and even a few friends from over seas, everything fell into place.
This rapidly growing DJ should not go overlooked or underestimated as he has burned up the dance floor for events such as the massive Candyball, Tight Crew's Space Jam 2, M'alice in Wonkaland, Mutiny's Back From the Dead to School 2, and Hard Hits on numerous occasions. There is no slow down in sight as this Monster of Morlock Musik unleashes his uplifting chaos.
DJ/Producer born and raised in NYC. After becoming addicted to the sounds of EDM and the Underground it was no doubt that music was her passion; Embracing Hardstyle with a firm grip. As an upcoming producer she has experimented with many different sounds, producing tracks of different genres, her main focus is to create from the heart and mind rather then creating whats "new and hip". Be on the lookout for this upcoming diva who has no plans on stopping till she makes it to the top.
MnM has been in the scene for almost a year now and always knows how to move the crowd and drop some heavy beatz! MnM has been all over the New England EDM scene and is ready to bring everything he has to the decks! MnM is know for his heart pounding Hardstyle and all they way to his breath taking Dutch. Starting from the re-birth of WOMPEM all the way to jumping down the rabbit hole at Rise for WONDERLAND, he's opened up for names such as Jackie Funkin Treehorn, Soappy Tight Crew, Voltran, Tamerax, and Steve Marsden. Destroying the floor at venues such as Tammany Hall, Club Oasis, Rise Boston, and The Mill. Also ripping up the underground scene at private warehouse parties.
Children in grades 4 through 6 are invited to join this book club to discuss books nominated for the Massachusetts Children’s Book Award. March Book: Inside Out and Back Again by Thanha Lai. Register and pick up copies of the book at the children’s room desk. Location: Children's Room - Main Library
When: Mar 12, 2014 6 PM to Mar 12, 2014 7 PMin Worcester, Massachusetts (Wed, 12 Mar 2014 18 )
Stories, songs, rhymes, and fun for toddlers, 18 - 36 months. Free. Register for either the Monday session or the Thursday session at the Children's Desk starting on September 16. Monday session runs from September 30 - November 18. Thursday session runs from October 3 - November 21. Location: Children's Room - Main Library
When: Jan 6, 2014 10 AM to Jan 6, 2014 11 AMin Worcester, Massachusetts (Mon, 06 Jan 2014 10 )
Come learn how to draw in the manga comic form from WAM artists Andy Fish and Jamie Buckmaster. Lessons focus on drawing figures, developing characters, and crafting narratives, and teen participants work to build a collaborative book of manga. Program is free and open to all teens ages 13-18. This program meets every other Friday through the fall - check calendar for dates. Location: Banx Room - Main Library
When: Jan 31, 2014 3 PM to Jan 31, 2014 4 PMin Worcester, Massachusetts (Fri, 31 Jan 2014 15 )
This fast-paced, six-week course is focused on developing a comprehensive Business Plan. Students will learn the fundamentals of the entrepreneurial education including:
Recognizing a real opportunity
Understanding the economics of a business model
Forecasting cash flows
Making the decision to move forward
Financing and execution
*Coursework is well-suited for individuals currently operating an early stage business or those planning to start a new business with a high level of business acumen gained through previous entrepreneurial experience, senior level management experience in the corporate sector or a master’s level degree in business or a related field.
When: Mar 4, 2014 6 PM to Apr 8, 2014 8 PMin Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: 495.00 Business Planning: Accelerate Your Business (6 week) 495.00
The hunt for dinosaurs begins here Step into their footprints, hear and feel their footsteps, and come face-to-face with some of the dinosaurs who made them. DinoTracks starts where scientists first began studying dinosaurs (at their feet). Focusing on fossil discoveries, the exhibit engages visitors of all ages in trying out hands-on scientific study methods and getting down on the ground to put their new skills to work. DinoTracks is a please-touch exhibit presented in three languages: English, Spanish and French. Engage your curiosity about dinosaurs in Super-Saurus Saturdays, a weekly interactive, science program held every Saturday at 2:30 p.m. For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 508-929-2700.
When: Dec 17, 2013 10 AM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: Included in admission (Tue, 17 Dec 2013 10 )
Come celebrate the Chinese New Year and the Year of the Horse with performances by the Mulan Performing Arts Group. Chinese music with special Chinese musical instruments; traditional dances, including a Lion Dance; and songs will be presented. Light special Chinese New Year treats will be provided. Location: Saxe Room - Main Library
When: Feb 1, 2014 2 PM to Feb 1, 2014 4 PMin Worcester, Massachusetts (Sat, 01 Feb 2014 14 )
Nemo is a Newfoundland dog who is a certitifed therapy and rescue dog. Sit with him on his blanket and read to him. This is a great opportunity
to encourage reluctant readers and to practice reading skills. Please join us for this wonderful experience. For ages 5-10. Program is located in the Children's Program Room. Location: Children's Room - Main Library
When: Jan 14, 2014 6 PM to Jan 14, 2014 7 PMin Worcester, Massachusetts (Tue, 14 Jan 2014 18 )
HAIR - a joyous celebration of youth and a poignant journey through the tumultuous 1960s America! This exuberant musical about searching for truth, peace and love in Vietnam War-era America continues to strike a resonant chord with audiences of all ages. The themes and struggles in HAIR seem as vital and relevant today. The long list of chart-topping hit songs include “Aquarius,” Let the Sun Shine in,” “Good Morning, Starshine” and “Easy to be Hard”, became anthems of counter-culture and the sexual revolution and continue to have a profound impact on audiences. Hair tells the story of the "tribe", a group of politically active, hippies of the "Age of Aquarius" living a bohemian life in New York City and fighting against conscription into the Vietnam War. They struggle to balance their lives, loves and the sexual revolution with their rebellion against the war and their conservative parents and society. The musical's profanity, its depiction of the use of illegal drugs, its sexuality, its irreverence for the American flag, and nude scene caused much comment and controversy when it arrived on Broadway. Today, HAIR is more daring than ever!
When: May 6, 2014 7 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts (Tue, 06 May 2014 19 )
Music Worcester once again closes its season with a Worcester Chorus performance which will showcase the group's excellence - a fitting tribute to the choral ensemble that has been part of Music Worcester since its founding in 1858. Artistic Director Chris Shepard will lead the chorus and renowned Ian Watson will be featured on the Cathedral of St. Paul organ.
When: May 30, 2014 8 PM to May 30, 2014 10 PMin Worcester, Massachusetts (Fri, 30 May 2014 20 )
In 2001, a group of musicians – colleagues and friends from leading conservatories and music festivals across the country collectively – envisioned the creation of a democratically-run, self-conducted chamber orchestra that would thrive on the pure joy and camaraderie of classical music making. This organic approach and high level of passion and commitment resulted in ECCO, a dynamic collective that combines the strength and power of a great orchestral ensemble with the personal involvement and sensitivity of superb chamber music.
Now soloists, principal musicians from across the country, and renowned affiliates with the Marlboro music Festival, ECCO has received nothing but great acclaim ever since its formation. The program for their Worcester debut demonstrates ECCO’s efforts to define the future of orchestras – a mix of great works by composers known and unknown, classical and non-classical.
When: Mar 15, 2014 8 PM to Mar 15, 2014 10 PMin Worcester, Massachusetts (Sat, 15 Mar 2014 20 )
In his 20-plus years with Harlem Children’s Zone, Inc (HCZ), Geoffrey Canada has become nationally recognized for his pioneering work helping children and families in Harlem and as a passionate advocate for education reform. The work of Mr. Canada and HCZ has become a national model and the subject of many profiles in the media. Their work has been featured on “60 Minutes,” “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” “The Today Show,” “Good Morning America,” “Night-line,” “CBS This Morning,” “The Charlie Rose Show,” National Public Radio’s “On Point,” along with articles in The New York Times, The New York Daily News, USA Today and Newsday. In 2009, President Barack Obama announced plans to replicate this visionary’s HCZ model in 20 other cities across the nation, including Worcester! Tickets for GEOFFREY CANADA are currently available as part of a four show subscription in the Worcester Connects Distinguished Speaker package, including RUDOLPH GIULIANI, DR. BEN CARSON and DEE DEE MYERS. Subscribe today to reserve the best seats in the house. Limited subscriptions available for $139-$179 per person for all four exclusive forums when purchased before Labor Day. Regular price $155-$195. Special student subscriptions for only $98! To discuss your subscription options, call the box office Monday through Saturday from 10am to 6pm at 877.571.SHOW (7469) or stop by 2 Southbridge Street in downtown Worcester.
When: Mar 20, 2014 6 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts (Thu, 20 Mar 2014 18 )
I am preparing to run my first full marathon... 26.2 miles in October or November of 2013. I decided to make this an 8 or 9 month long fundraising event by asking people to sponsor me a few cents for each mile I run in preparation for my marathon with all donations to be given to:
The Michael Calvin Hamblin Scholarship Fund.
A fund established by the Hamblin family in memory of Mikey, this fund provides scholarships to individuals entering the A.C.E. program at Westfield College & Adcare hospital.
I have estimated that I will run somewhere between 2300-2700 miles (depending upon how my body holds up to it!) in preparation for this.
So here is what your total dollar donations might look like if I really kill it and run 2700 miles:
$.01 = $27.00
$.02 = $54.00
$.03 = $71.00
$.05 = $135.00
$.08 = $216.00
$.10 = $270.00
If you choose one of the dollar amounts listed above, you will not have to pay until after I complete the training (I estimate the second week of October or so...) it will appear as a "free" ticket at this time. If you select 'other amount' please click the 'Contact the Organizer' button and let me know what the amount is! You can also contact me if you would like to set a maximum amount for your donation. Once I have completed my marathon, I will need to contact each of you to enter your donation into the 'Completed run Donations' ticket so please watch for that to come in after I complete my training.
If you prefer, you can also just give a straight donation now by entering it into the "Donate" selection.
I will be logging my 'miles run' here on this site each week for all to see, so check back often!
I hope you will help me! I have set a goal of having twenty confirmed sponsors by the end of March!
My little disclaimer:
I will start logging miles as of January 1, 2013 and continue until the day of my marathon which will be some time during the month of October or November. I will not be including the marathon itself - those miles are just for me. I will be logging miles I run from the digital readout of my treadmill and when I run outside I will judge distance via GPS run trackers. I may also complete road races over the course of my preparation and I will log the miles as recorded by the race organizers... any questions please let me know! Basically, you will have to have faith that I am logging miles that I actually ran.
If you question any of the miles I have run, you can deduct those miles from your donation - no questions asked.
When: Oct 12, 2013 1 PM to Sep 9, 2014 8 PMin Worcester, Massachusetts (Sat, 12 Oct 2013 13 )
The Worcester Wolves are a unique and successful professional basketball club. Since starting out in 2000 the now British Basketball League (BBL) based club has worked hard to promote the sport on and off the court in the local community and surrounding areas.
SISTER ACT is Broadway's feel-amazing musical comedy smash! The New York Post calls it "ridiculously fun,” and audiences are jumping to their feet in total agreement! Featuring original music by 8-time Oscar® winner Alan Menken ("Beauty and the Beast," "The Little Mermaid," "Little Shop of Horrors"), SISTER ACT tells the story of Deloris Van Cartier, a wannabe diva whose life takes a surprising turn when she witnesses a crime and the cops hide her in the last place anyone would think to look—a convent! Under the suspicious watch of Mother Superior, Deloris helps her fellow sisters find their voices as she unexpectedly rediscovers her own. A sparkling tribute to the universal power of friendship, SISTER ACT is reason to rejoice!
When: Jan 2, 2014 7 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: $72 (Thu, 02 Jan 2014 19 )
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