Arlington will come alive with FREE Summer Arts Block Party Saturday July 13 in Arlington Center

Jul 02, 2013

Live Music, Artist Booths, Family Arts Area, Food and more--All for Free along Broadway Plaza in the Afternoon, and at Regent Theatre in the Evening

THE GOOD SON: The Life of Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini—Sneak Preview with Mancini Q&A Mon 6/17

Jun 15, 2013

“The Good Son” Sneak Preview with Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini Q&A at Arlington's Regent Theatre This Monday, June 17 at 7:30pm THE GOOD SON—THE HAUNTED LIFE OF RAY “BOOM BOOM” MANCINI MANCINI WILL PARTICIPATE IN POST-SCREENING AUDIENCE Q&A!

Mass. native turned New Yorker returns to his roots with “Transitions”: An Evening of Tap Dance

Jun 13, 2013

Former Massachusetts resident Ryan P. Casey will return to his roots on Friday, June 14th as director and choreographer of an evening of tap dance, “Transitions,” presented at The Regent Theatre in Arlington at 8:00 p.m. The show, Casey’s first full-length endeavor, will feature original tap choreography – solo, duet, trio and ensemble work – set to a variety of music, from Dinah Washington and Tower of Power to Harry Connick, Jr. and Shel Silverstein. Poetry, humor, hip hop and other elements are also included in the program.

Regent Theatre to Present an Evening of Comedy, Magic & Music for Krystle M. Campbell Memorial Fund

May 04, 2013

On Monday, May 13 at 7pm, the Regent Theatre in Arlington Massachusetts will present a special evening of performances to benefit the Krystle M. Campbell Memorial Fund. The variety show—“Laughs, Licks & Awesome Tricks”—will feature musicians Vance Gilbert, Jesse Dee, Erin Harpe & Richard Rosenblatt, Franc Graham, and Serge Clivio, along with comedian Mike Prior and Jenny the Juggler. The evening’s emcee will be magician Matt Roberts.

Jimmy Tingle event to rally behind an expanded Bottle Bill at the Regent: Sat 4/6, 7pm

Apr 01, 2013

Jimmy Tingle, along with the Massachusetts Sierra Club, MASSPIRG, Mass Climate Action Network, and Environmental League of Massachusetts present: THE BATTLE FOR THE BOTTLE BILL -- a one-time special event at The Regent Theatre in Arlington, featuring comedy, music, conversation, and calls to action for passage of an expanded Bottle Bill

Regent to screen GREAT EXPECTATIONS from London’s West End on March 21 & 28 at 7:30pm

Mar 20, 2013

Arlington, Massachusetts – The Regent Theatre is pleased to announce that on Thursday, March 21 and Thursday, March 28 at 7:30pm, it will screen a stunning new production of Charles Dickens’ GREAT EXPECTATIONS for local audiences. Dickens’ classic tale has widely been believed to be too difficult to translate to stage. However, this production has been universally acclaimed as a triumph on its sellout tour of the UK head of its West End debut. Having had great success of the stage, the production was captured live on February 7, 2013 from the Vaudeville Theatre in London and produced to be shown on the big screen.

BOSTON GLOBE: Music for kids (and parents too) at Regent Theatre

Feb 16, 2013

By Nancy Shohet West Globe Correspondent / February 13, 2013 As both a parent and a music teacher, Josh Shriber was well aware of the problem with much of the music to which kids listen. If it’s billed as children’s music, he says, adults often find it irritating. And if it’s mainstream music that kids choose to listen to themselves, it’s often thematically or lyrically inappropriate. So the mission of Shriber’s band, Josh and the Jamtones, is fairly straightforward. “We try to create a sound where Mom and Dad don’t want to throw the CD out the window after the first listen,” the Newton resident said.

2011 GRAMMY Nominated Vocalist JUDY PANCOAST in CLOSER TO YOU: A Live Carpenters Tribute Sat 2/16/13

Feb 15, 2013

On Saturday, February 16 at 8pm, 2011 GRAMMY Nominated Vocalist JUDY PANCOAST and Musical Director, Michael Pierce present CLOSER TO YOU: A Live Tribute to The Carpenters. The Historic Regent Theatre in Arlington, Massachusetts will provide the perfect setting for a Valentine’s Saturday night full-band concert celebrating the timeless love songs of The Carpenters—the bestselling pop act of the 1970s—including such classics as "We've Only Just Begun," "Rainy Days and Mondays," "I Won't Last a Day Without You" and, of course, "Close to You." (This Monday, February 4th marks the 30th anniversary of beloved vocalist, Karen Carpenter’s death.)

Regent Theatre hosts Sing-a-long Grease Mon-Fri, Feb 18-22 marking Grease’s 35th birthday in 1978

Feb 12, 2013

You’d better shape up to sing along to the great movie musical, complete with on-screen lyrics and the chance to become a T-Bird or Pink Lady for the night and join the costume parade onto the stage before the screening.

Boston’s First Lady of Jazz Rebecca Parris at The Regent Sat Feb 23—Rescheduled from Feb 9

Jan 28, 2013

“In Love with Parris,” a 28-year tradition (the 4th at “Arlington’s Show Place of Entertainment”) that brings couples from all over New England to celebrate the most romantic time of the year. The evening will feature classic love songs from the Great American Songbook and beyond, performed with her long-time trio of Brad Hatfield on piano, Peter Kontrimas on bass, and Jim Lattini on drums.

This Is Tango Now presents:  IDENTIDAD Thursday, January 24 at 7:30pm

Jan 15, 2013

Fernanda Ghi and Guillermo Merlo reinvent Tango on stage A tale in dance celebrating identity, freedom and passion.

URO Blows the Roof Off the Regent (Five Stars) “Event Insider” Review by Mike Hoban

Dec 27, 2012

This show is a rock n' roll lover's wet dream, and if you never got to see any of the original bands at the height of their powers, this is a great substitute.

Q&A with Legendary Electric-Rock Harpist: Deborah Henson-Conant

Dec 17, 2012

If shining angelic beings or Victorian elegance are the first images that come to mind when you think of a harp, prepare your mind for expansion! Deborah Henson-Conant, the world’s premiere contemporary electric harpist, is redefining the antiquated perception of the historic instrument. (Interview in BerkleeGroove.com--"The Student Voice of Berklee College of Music")

Jimmy Tingle to raise money for American Red Cross disaster relief

Dec 06, 2012

He’s critically acclaimed and a staple of the Boston comedy scene, and Dec. 14, he’ll be raising money for the American Red Cross disaster relief fund with a one-night show.

Hendrix celebrated at Arlington’s Regent

Nov 15, 2012

Arlington — IF YOU GO WHAT Jimi Hendix 70th birthday celebration WHERE Regent Theatre, 7 Medford St., Arlington EVENTS Events scheduled are as follows: - Documentary films, “Jimi Hendrix Voodoo Child” & “Jimi Plays Berkeley,” Thursday, Nov. 15, 7:15 p.m. Tickets $8 advance, $10 day of show - Thaddeus Hogarth Power Trio’s "All-Star Jam Celebrating the Music of Jimi Hendrix" featuring Tomo Fujita, Julien Kasper, Marty Walsh, Neil Itzler, Friday, Nov. 16, 8 p.m. Tickets $25, reserved seating - URO Performs Hendrix Selections with Thaddeus Hogarth as special guest, Saturday, Nov. 17, 8 p.m. Tickets $25 reserved seating MORE INFORMATION 781-646-4849; http://www.regenttheatre.com Read more: Hendrix celebrated at Arlington's Regent - - The Arlington Advocate http://www.wickedlocal.com/arlington/news/x1233648418/Hendrix-celebrated-at-Arlingtons-Regent#ixzz2CImKK56Q

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