(Boston, MA) – Brawls! Booze! Botox! From March 29 – April 3, The Realish Housewives of Boston are coming to the Citi Performing Arts Center Shubert Theatre. Get ready for oodles of hometown reality in this totally original – and outlandish – parody performance, where you’ll meet Ravonka, the baroness of an uncertain ethnicity; Claudia Louise, glamourous and conniving in equal measure; Desiree, neck supermodel; Brooke, self-made business tycoon; and Gwen, the only one in the bunch with half a brain.
Laugh along as these loony ladies who lunch, along with your host, Randy, take on the current events and people making headlines in Boston…that is, if they don’t strangle each other first. Even the audience gets in on the act in this can’t-take-your-eyes-off-it train wreck that’s guaranteed to leave you and your best frenemies laughing ‘til you cry your false eyelashes off!
The Realish Housewives of Boston is an original play created and written by veteran Chicago-based comics Kate James and Tim Sniffen.
The Realish Housewives of Boston: A Parody are $38.00. To purchase tickets call the Citi Performing Arts Center Box Office at (866) 348-9738, go to citicenter.org, or visit the Citi Center Box Office. Groups of 10 or more may reserve tickets by contacting Citi Performing Arts Center Group Sales at (617) 532-1116 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Citi Performing Arts Center:
Citi Performing Arts Center, which includes the Wang and Shubert Theatres, is one of the nation’s foremost nonprofit performing arts institutions. As New England’s largest cultural venue, it honors all aspects of the performing arts offering theatre, opera, classical and popular music, comedy, dance, and Broadway musicals. Its education/public programming initiatives present the City Spotlights Leadership Program and ArtWeek Boston. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in Boston’s historic Theatre District, Citi Performing Arts Center offers a diverse mix of educational workshops and community activities; collaborates with artists and local performing arts organizations; and, acts as a champion for the arts in the Greater Boston community by aggressively helping to make the arts an integral part of the community’s collective, daily experience. For more information, please visit citicenter.org .
PRESS RELEASE Release Date: November 16, 2015
Contacts: Michelle Chapman | Citi Performing Arts Center (617) 532-1210 | Mchapman@citicenter.org