Looking for the perfect Father’s Day gift? Here are five upcoming shows at The Hanover Theatre and Conservatory for the Performing Arts that are exactly what dad needs. From comedy to live music, dad is sure to love the gift of entertainment! And don’t forget, you can always purchase a gift certificate and let him choose the show.
Whose Live Anyway? on Thursday, June 20
Finally, a comedy show where dad can choose the jokes. The cast of Whose Live Anyway? takes audience suggestions and creates a hilarious evening of improv, music and more based on the hit TV show, “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”
“’That was better than the TV show!’ I overheard an audience member remark as we were leaving the theater. He was right.”
– South Bend Tribune
Michael Dutra on Friday, August 2
Treat dad to an outdoor picnic and evening of live music with Jazz at Sunset. Michael Dutra and the Strictly Sinatra Band will fly you to the moon!
“You might also walk away thinking he sounds more like Sinatra than Sinatra.”
– Rhode Island Profiles
Alan Parsons on Wednesday, September 18
Does dad like sports? One of the most familiar Alan Parsons Live Project tracks is “Sirius,” perhaps best known as the Chicago Bulls theme. It was also used as the walk-on music for The New Orleans Saints at their triumphant Super Bowl game in 2010 and at the 2012 European Cup soccer matches.
“Alan Parsons Live Project will rock you two ways: traditionally and progressively.”
– Entertainment Central Pittsburgh
REO Speedwagon on Thursday, October 3
Give your father an excuse to rock out! REO Speedwagon is making their way to Worcester for a performance that you, and dad, won’t want to miss!
“REO Speedwagon are clearly pros who still love what they’re doing after 50 years together.”
Lewis Black on Sunday, December 8
Does dad need to let off some steam? Take him see the “king of rant,” Lewis Black. In The Joke’s On US, Black will have you laughing at his comedic commentary on current events, social media and anything else that exposes the hypocrisy and madness in the world.
“One of the best comedians. Did not fail to deliver.” – Boston Theater