Monday, April 25, 2011

A Boston Tradition

Friday night we headed to the Theater District for a show that has become a longstanding Boston tradition. It is called Shear Madness and it a comedic murder mystery where the audience gets to be involved in solving the crime. It has clever improv, and they also change the jokes to fit what is going on in the world (i.e. pop culture, current politicians, world events, popular artists of this day etc.) It makes it fresh, funny and up to the minute, which is I am sure one of the reasons it has been running for 30 years! :)

It was so much fun and good to relax and laugh. Thanks for another great date Jobito! You're a pro ;)

Oh and P.S. They are usually at least $50 bucks a ticket but Job got them free from his school. Score! I just love a good (free!) deal :) We get a lot of our discounted or free tickets using Job's student deals which makes things a lot more affordable to do.

Entering the Theater District

Lots of fun shows to see! :)

Here is our stop! Down a little alley and neighbor to the Blue Man Group

This show has its own alley!

1 comment:

  1. Ahhh...this brings back memories...I went and watched Blue Man Group right there, back in the day...and I watched the Boston Marathon runners right at heartbreak hill as well. I love it!