Weekend Guide: March 1-4
Spend the first weekend of March in Cambridge, MA with our top four must-see events.
The performances at the Oberon never seem to disappoint and are always a “must see” on our list. Start your weekend off early with AcousticaElectronica, an audience favorite.
AcousticaElectronica blends together elements of dance and circus arts with electronic and classical music all while giving the infectious energy of a nightclub. Who wouldn’t want to dance the night away with the American Repertory Theatre?
Be sure to purchase your tickets A.S.A.P. This show is sure to sell out fast.
See it: 10p
You’re invited to celebrate Dr.Seuss’ 114th birthday in Harvard Square this Saturday! Celebrate the beloved author with story time, a public reading of “Green Eggs and Ham,” cake, and a scavenger hunt.
The free party starts at 11a in Harvard Square. Want to know all the details? Click here.
Celebrate it: 11a-2:30p
If you’re looking for a night full of laughter, look no further than The Greg Show at ImprovBoston. Greg Scott is sure to have you laughing in your seat with a completely improvised show. With a little help from his friends, the possibilities for silly and complex characters are endless.
See it: 10p
After you’ve celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday and laughed until your belly ached, settle in at the Sanctuary Theatre in Harvard Square for an original ballet by the Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre.
Stolen Hearts features three original Mateo ballets that tell stories of love and romance so intense that it should be a crime. See the ballet now through March 18th.
See it: Now through March 18th, please click here for showtimes