Save the Date! April 15 – Reflections on Love: a dressed-up cabaret and open mic

Let’s play dress-up! We’ll be holding an exciting evening of entertainment at The Burren in Somerville on Sunday, April 15 (tax day!) starting around 5pm and going until they kick us out (around 8pm). We’ll start things out with a fun concert (showtunes!), and segue into an open mic where YOU are the show!

David Carney, Kira Cowan, Kaedon Gray, Lenni Kmiec, Joelle Kross, David Lucey, Dan Rodriguez, Heather Hannon Rufo, Erica Spyres, Jesse Strachman, open mic, Blue Spruce Theatre, The Burren, Somerville

Dress in your favorite formal and/or wacky gear, and bring your sheet music and strut your stuff. The theme of the evening is “Reflections on Love” – feel free to keep that in mind when you make your selections to sing. Mark your calendars and save the date! This will be a lot of fun and we have a ton of great performers lined up. If you’re thinking of singing for the open mic portion, please feel free to sign up here and tell us what you’re singing! (This will help us prevent duplicates so everyone will get to sing what they want!)

Hope you all enjoy the show and have a great time! Note that the performance is FREE – we will be asking people for a voluntary small donation at the door ($5 would be nice) that will go to Blue Spruce Theatre (and helps us come back from our hiatus!). Thanks for your support!

The Burren
247 Elm Street, Davis Square
Somerville MA 02144

The Burren, a great rocky expanse in Ireland’s County Clare, is one of the world’s truly unique places. Its ancient, awe inspiring stone structures hold secrets from the past that may never be unraveled. Closer to home, The Burren, Irish Pub and Restaurant in Somerville’s Davis Square, is now one of Boston’s truly unique places. It captures the mythical nature of its namesake with a rich old world feel that takes hold and slowly pulls you toward another time.

Blue Spruce Theatre is a proud member company of the Small Theatre Alliance of Boston.