Friday and Saturday night were met with the loudest laughter we've heard in Lynn since they tried to rename us Ocean Park!
"Hilarious show last night @ArtsAfterHours. Highly recommend The Complete History of America (abridged) for all to see." - Brendan Crighton on Twitter (@BrendanCrighton)
"I just saw the best play. So funny. Look it up the complete history of American ....abridged" - Donnie on Facebook
"Great show tonight @ArtsAfterHours ! Especially appreciated the Noam Chomsky shout out! #Lynn" - Charlie Gallo on Twitter (@GalloForLynn)
"It was hysterical! Go see it!...very fun night!"- Brian LaPierre on Facebook
"What a great show last night! Laughed so hard... Thanks for all you do and congrats on another great show" - Tracey on Twitter (@crowell_t)
Arts After Hours (AAH) will present the comedic play Complete History of America (abridged) March 27 to April 4, 2015
at the Rantoul Black Box Theatre in LynnArts on 25 Exchange Street,
Lynn, MA 01901. Tickets are $25 for premium seating and $20 for regular
seating. For tickets please click here or call the box office at (781) 205-4010. The show’s content is considered PG.
you know that Lewis and Clark landed here in Lynn? Every night of this
run, we welcome a special guest to share with that dynamic duo a little
Thank you to Brian LaPierre and Brendan Crighton for sharing with us on Friday and Saturday. Here is the schedule for the rest of the run. Get your tickets right now! There are lots of good seats for Sunday the 29th and plenty for next weekend. Don't miss out on this incredibly fun night out.
Sun, 29th – Brian Field 5pm
Thurs, 2nd – Kathy Montejunas 8pm
Fri, 3rd – Emily Ruddock 8pm
Sat, 4th – Joe Scanlon 4pm
Sat, 4th – Rick Starbard 8pm
PLEASE NOTE: Saturday April 4th first performance will take place at 4PM (not 5PM).
Arts After Hours (AAH) will present the comedic play Complete History of America (abridged) March 27 to April 4, 2015 at the Rantoul Black Box Theatre in LynnArts on 25 Exchange Street, Lynn, MA 01901. Tickets are $25 for premium seating and $20 for regular seating. For show times, ticket information, and directions please visit artsafterhours.com or call the box office at (781) 205-4010. The show’s content is considered PG.
Arts After Hours is proud to present the 4th Annual Summer Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet at Pine Grove Cemetery. The production will take place in front of the beautiful Rhoades Chapel built in the mid-1850s. This Chapel is in need of historic preservation and restoration. Come join us to see this beautiful gem in Lynn, MA and enjoy one of Shakespeare's masterpieces.
Tickets will go on sale in May.
LynnArts, 25 Exchange Street
Book by Christopher t. Minori, Music and Lyrics by Cory Bytof.
The creators describe the show as "the story of a handsome serial killer, his overly affectionate momma, the women he loves, and the pantywaist runt that ruins everything. It is not based on the 1974 horror film, but on the same events that inspired The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Psycho, and Silence of the Lambs: Wisconsin serial killer, Ed Gein. In the musical, Eddy Gee has been tormenting the residents of Plainfield, Texas since he was a child. After killing his mother, Eddy snaps and goes on a rampage, but things get problematic when he falls in love with one of his intended victims." Incredibly funny over the top humor and catchy songs. More info on tickets soon!