The great atlantic wharf music hall review!

WATERFRONT SQUARE AT ATLANTIC WHARF

THURSDAY, JULY 25TH @ 5PM; THURSDAY AUGUST 29TH @ 5PM;

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH @ 5PM

The Great Atlantic Wharf Music Hall Review marshals Fort Point Theatre Channel’s collective of multidisciplinary artists to produce three after-work cabaret performances, offering a smorgasbord of contemporary perspectives, stories, and songs. Tapping into the dynamic vibe of an old-school music hall, each Great Atlantic Wharf Music Hall Review features an engaging emcee, dynamic storytelling, musicians, singers, dancers, and other lively, surprising, and interactive variety acts.

FREE!

 
 
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SERF’S UP

Thursday, July 25th, 5pm

Waterfront Square, Atlantic Wharf

290 Congress Street, Boston

FREE!

Serf’s Up! is a tiki, surfari, oligarchic karaoke protest happening musical socio-political celebration operetta. It's like a musical made out of Facebook comments! This satirical sing-along song cycle takes on the stressors we all share, exploring being born, going to school, getting a job, race, hipsterdom, luxury condos, failing at technology, getting old and dying, and that’s just before coffee! This musical review is MC'd by Demetrius Fuller with lyrics by Mitchel Ahern and music from Nick Thorkelson, Larry Plitt and Demetrius with singers and musicians performing songs such as "Majoring in Student Loans," "Luxury Condos," "I Am Your Algorithm," "The Artisanal Life is Anal Life," and so much more!

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THE BEANFEAST CIRCUS

Thursday, August 29th, 5pm

Waterfront Square, Atlantic Wharf

290 Congress Street, Boston

FREE!

Singer, songwriter, and impresario Olivia Brownlee and friends create a singing, dancing, stilt-walking, juggling and altogether surprising one-ring circus that you don’t want to miss!

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THE MAGICAL JOURNEY OF A COLORTURA

Thursday, September 26th, 5pm

Waterfront Square, Atlantic Wharf

290 Congress Street, Boston

FREE!

Trained at the Conservatorio de Música de Puerto Rico and now based in Boston, singer/actress Karish Javier and friends perform songs from opera and Broadway, dazzling us with the trills, leaps, and playfully virtuosic sounds of coloratura vocal work. Accompanied by keyboards, percussion, guitar, Kena flute, show-stopping costumes, storytelling, and interactive singing.