Concerts, Performances & Theater

John Carver Inn & Spa
25 Summer Street
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 888-906-6181

Dinner Theater Overnight Package

January 19 - April 6, 2019 - From comedy to music to murder mystery.....there's something for everyone! Visit us for an evening extravaganza....the fun and excitement will surely warm you up on a chilly winter's evening!Join us for Dinner and a Show or make a night of it with our Dinner Theater Overnight Package. Read more about Dinner Theater Overnight Package

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Americana Theatre Company Plymouth , MA

Americana Theatre Company

Americana Theatre Company is a non-profit 501(c)3, professional theatre company located in downtown Plymouth, Massachusetts. South Shore native, Derek Martin opened the professional theatre company in America's hometown in 2011. In 2015, Americana expanded from operating as a summer professional theatre to running year-round by opening its education division, Studio Americana, and offering professional shows throughout the year. Read more about Americana Theatre Company

The Spire Center / Greater Plymouth Performing Arts Center
25 1/2 Court Street
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-746-4488

The Spire Center / Greater Plymouth Performing Arts Center

The Spire Center for the Performing Arts is located at the former Beth Jacob Community Center across from the 1820 Court House in downtown Plymouth. This will be the home of the Plymouth Community Theatre and Mark Bryant’s Seasound Audio and Telecom studios. The Greater Plymouth Performing Arts Center Inc. or GPPAC, which is a non-profit organization will manage and maintain the center. Read more about The Spire Center / Greater Plymouth Performing Arts Center

Church of the Pilgrimage
8 Town Square
Plymouth , MA

Pilgrim Festival Chorus

The Pilgrim Festival Chorus (PFC) is a volunteer, auditioned singing group dedicated to performing choral music in public and private concerts, to providing music education to its members and audiences, and to encouraging and promoting the performance of great choral music. Read more about Pilgrim Festival Chorus

King Richard's Faire
235 Main Street
Carver , MA
Phone: 508-866-5391 (Aug - Oct)
Fax: 508-866-8600

King Richard's Faire

Minstrels, handsome knights, fire-eating entertainers, wacky wenches, frolicking faeries, talented dancers and artisans, and exotic tigers... This is just a sampling of what you will experience at King Richard’s Faire, a place where visitors can travel back in time and escape reality on 80 acres of enchanted woods. Read more about King Richard's Faire

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Priscilla Beach Theatre
800 Rocky Hill Road
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-224-4888

Priscilla Beach Theatre - Broadway in a barn since 1937

Historic Priscilla Beach Theatre (PBT) is set on a two-acre campus located in the seaside village of Manomet in Plymouth, MA, approximately one hour south of Boston, MA. PBT presents six main stage productions annually May through October, including its resident troupe productions in July and August. In addition, there are seven educational workshops year-round for children and teens. Read more about Priscilla Beach Theatre - Broadway in a barn since 1937

Project Arts Plymouth , MA

Project Arts of Plymouth, Inc.

Project Arts of Plymouth, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of the arts and is funded entirely through the generous sponsorships from local businesses, and the support of the community. Read more about Project Arts of Plymouth, Inc.

Snug Harbor Community Chorus
73 Alden Street
Duxbury , MA
Phone: 508-591-7712

Snug Harbor Community Chorus

The Snug Harbor Community Chorus is devoted to sharing a love of vocal music by presenting quality family musical entertainment and contributing to educational opportunities for youth in the performing arts throughout the community. Read more about Snug Harbor Community Chorus

Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra
32 Court Street
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-746-8008

Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra

Now in its 103rd season, the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra played its first concert on December 28, 1913, under the organization and imagination of G. Herbert Clarke, a Kingston violin teacher with a passion for music and a vision of shared musical fellowship with the community. Read more about Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra