The Dogmatics: A Dogumentary

They were Boston’s house band...

Rudy Childs' documentary offers an intimate look at the Massachusetts music scene of the 1980s...then stick around for The Dogmatics' performance, LIVE! One Night Only!

Friday, March 15th - 8:00pm

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Ticketing now available…

 

 

SEATING & GENERAL INFORMATION

All tickets bought for this event are for GENERAL ADMISSION seating.
If you need reasonable accommodation such as wheelchair accessible seating….
...please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849
Wheelchair Accessible seating is Available

Doors Will Open for Seating at least 30-Minutes prior to the start-time.


Ticketing is now active…

 

TICKET & PRICING INFORMATION

[All fees included pricing…]
GENERAL ADMISSION SEATS: $23.00


Doors will open for seating at 7:15pm…

Currently, the Balcony will not be open for seating at this performance.


 

About… “The Dogmatics: A Dogumentary

Are you ready to experience what Lou Mansdorf at Rum Bar Records likes to call “Garage Rock 101”? See this intimate glimpse into the early 80s Boston music scene. The Dogmatics: A Dogumentary shares the untold story of the band that unwittingly pioneered and became emblematic of the genre. This documentary is a four-year effort by family and friends, crafted as a tribute to the band’s late co-founder and bassist Paul O’Halloran. It takes you back to the origins of The Dogmatics, recorded on long-forgotten 8mm film reels, giving you a glimpse into the dilapidated loft on Boston’s rundown South End, where the band lived along with many other talented musicians.

 


 

More about… “The Dogmatics: A Dogumentary”

The quartet was no different than any other talentless, self-deprecating, beer-swilling, girl-chasing lunkheads with guitars. It wasn’t about money. Catching a girl’s eye, a free round of drinks, or simply completing a song in unison were their rewards. But somehow, success would discover them as they created music that everyone could agree on. As their songs appealed to many audiences, they became known to many as “Boston’s House Band.” It’s not just a story of brothers – by blood and bond – but a rock and roll quartet that included identical twins with a shared passion for music and its rich history.