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Elvis Experience—featuring Doug Church—“The Voice of Elvis”

Special Guest: Houston Bernard Band
Saturday, July 26, at 8 p.m.

The Elvis Experience Reprise—featuring Doug Church—“The Voice of Elvis”

Adding gospel favorites & by popular demand Doug Church returns for a special Sunday Matinee
Sunday, July 27, at 2 p.m.

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ack By Popular Demand... 
THIS WEEKEND!Saturday, 7/26 at 8pm 
Saturday's Special Guest: Houston Bernard Band!
Beer & Wine Will be Available to Those 21 and Older with Proper I.D.
SundayMatinee,7/27 at 2pm
Reserved Seats: $25-$37.50 * Dinner & Show Packages Available! 
Official Doug Church Site

Official Houston Bernard Site

Friday, Aug. 15, at 8 p.m.
Reserved Seating: Orchestra $38, Balcony $28
(A Very Limited Number of $75 VIP Tickets Remain)

All 4 Original Members Perform Their First Full Length Show Since 1983!
Very Special Guest: JON BUTCHER!
Speaking of the '80s...
Since The Regent Has Nothing Scheduled forTomorrow Night, July 25, We Thought You '80s Music Fans Might Be Interested in Checking Out This Show Presented By Our Friends at Symply Fargone Productions at Beautiful Mechanics Hall in Worcester!
Sat 9/27, 7:30pm
The Remains 
50th Anniversary Celebration! 
Special Guests:
The Downbeat 5

Sun 10/5, 7pm

"With A Little Help From His Friends"

Record Release Party  & Concert for the Brad Delp Foundation 

Fri 11/7, 8pm
Rhythm of the Saints
 Live Tribute to
Paul Simon
Thu 11/13, 8pm
ELP Legacy
The rhythmic backbone of Progressive Rock's first supergroup,Emerson Lake & Palmer


Fri &Sun, Aug 22 & 24
Legendary Comic...
The Man Who Invented Modern Stand-Up Comedy!

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The Arlington Children Theater’s Presentation of “Into the Woods Jr.”

Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's presentation of a cockeyed fairy tale designed for young performers.
Thurs, Aug7th 7pm Sat, Aug 9th10am & 7pm

The Arlington Children Theater’s Presentation of “Assassins”

A one-act historical “revusical” that explores the dark side of the American experience.
Fri, Aug 8th 7pm Sat, Aug 9th 2pm Sun, Aug 11th 2pm

Alive Mind Cinema Series Presents… “YANGSI”

A unique coming of age story the explores unusual strength of character.
Tuesday, August 12th at 7:30pm

NEW ENGLAND Reunion Concert with Special Guest JON BUTCHER!

All 4 Original Members Perform Their First Full Length Show since 1983!
Friday, August 15th at 8pm

NEW ENGLAND Reunion Concert

All 4 Original Members Perform Their First Full Length Show since 1983!
Friday, August 15th at 8pm

“The Martin & Lewis Tribute Show” Classic Songs and Comedy Routines

90-minute Show from the World's Best Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis Impersonators
Saturday, September 20th at 4pm & 8pm


Coming this Fall. More info and ticket details to be announced in the coming months
October 9-12th 2014

URO Performs…  Jesus Christ Superstar

Rediscover the Rock Opera That Changed the World
Friday & Saturday, November 21 & 22 at 8pm; Sunday November 23 at 2pm
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