The Hereafter Party
A Benefit for the Children’s Room
Three supergroups, a host of stellar vocalists, and dancers from the Boston music scene perform their hearts out and leave it all on the dance floor to benefit The Children's Room.
Doors are at 8:30 p.m. The show starts at 9:00.
Tickets are $15 in advance via Ticketfly, $18 at the door.
All proceeds from the ticket sales go directly to The Children’s Room.
The show is 18+, under 18 allowed if accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
MC Michael D’Angelo of Old School Game Show
Heaven’s In Here, celebrating Bowie's dance era
Music Director: Peter Moore (Count Zero)
With Jim Janota (The Upper Crust). Singers include John Powhida (John Powhida International Airport), Jenny Dee (Jenny Dee & the Deelinquents, The Downbeat 5) and Tad McKitterick (Sidewalk Driver) and more...
BLUTH playing the songs of George Michael.
Music Director: Josh Pickering
With Chuck Ferreira (Eddie Japan) and David J. Lieb (The Rationales) supporting the voices of Gene Dante (Gene Dante & The Future Starlets), Erica Mantone (The Revelations), Goddamn Glenn (Parlour Bells) and more...
Oh, Sheila an all-female Tribute to Prince.
Music Director Magen Tracy (Magen Tracy & the Missed Connections)
With Catherine Capozzi (Axemunkee), songstresses Tai Heatley and Jess Collins (Petty Morals), Linda Viens (Kingdom of Love), Ali McGuirk and more...
In the words of the immortal David Bowie, “Let’s Dance!”
Stardust to Blackstar: The Lives of David Bowie
August 6, 7, 2016
On August 6 and 7, 2016, Boston Rock Opera reunited after a long hiatus to present a three hour tribute to David Bowie; Stardust to Blackstar.
Please enjoy Ron Murphy performing Lazarus at ONCE Ballroom, August 7, 2016.
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Boston Rock Opera presents theatrical stagings of rock operas, album and artist tributes, and works by Boston-based musicians. In 2016, B.R.O. presented Stardust to Blackstar: The Lives of David Bowie, and HAIR after a long period of inactivity.
Previously best known for its cult productions of Jesus Christ Superstar, and its theatrical premiere of The Kinks' Ray Davies' Preservation, Boston Rock Opera has celebrated a diverse range of narrative music, and worked with hundreds of New England based performers and musicians since 1993. Whether through a full blown theatrical production, or a nightclub event, B.R.O.'s mission is to explore the challenge of great storytelling through the power and risk of rock and roll.
Believing that the arts are enhanced by true diversity, BRO strives to recruit performers of all races, ethnicities, ages and identities.