"The Art of Rap": Bone Thugs-N-Harmony & More
at Boch Center Wang Theatre, Boston

Following in the footsteps of the critically acclaimed documentary produced by Ice-T, "The Art of Rap" Tour brings together some of hip-hop's heavyweights for a concert experience unlike any other. This legendary lineup of artists spans the history of the genre and explores the various styles from coast-to-coast. Leading the bill is platinum-selling, Grammy-winning group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, which topped the charts with hits like "Thuggish Ruggish Bone" and "1st of tha Month." Joining them are lyrical legends Rakim, Slick Rick and EPMD and Wu-Tang members Raekwon and Ghostface Killah.

Offer Dates: November 10

Full Price: $81.05 - $91.45  |  Our Price: $49 - $59


Hard Rock Boston's Halloween "Thriller" Dance Party
at Hard Rock Cafe, Boston

Halloween's not just for the young trick-or-treating set anymore -- it's become one of the wildest and wackiest partying nights of the year for adults, too. And the Hard Rock Cafe is throwing the largest Halloween event for the Faneuil Hall/Boston community. Get your RIP Admission ticket and join the scary, the outrageous and the funny for Hard Rock's "Thriller" dance party, a fun spookfest featuring a live DJ spinning hip-hop, house and Top 40 and Halloween-style cocktails and well drinks flowing all night long.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $16.66  |  Our Price: $8


Fall Foliage Lunch Cruise to Boston Harbor Islands
at Northern Lights, Boston

This two-hour luncheon cruise aboard the 1920s-inspired Northern Lights is perfect for soaking up the spectacular fall foliage -- plus enjoying a few ghost stories -- as you sail past the historic Boston Harbor Islands. You'll catch prime views of America's oldest lighthouse, as well as Long Island Head Light, Fort Warren, Peadock's and Thompson's Islands and more, from the climate-controlled cabin or the outer top deck, as your knowledgeable captain narrates and shares fascinating facts about the area. Your lunch features assorted sandwiches, fruit, chips, and dessert, along with water. Hot beverages, cider, beer, wine and mixed cocktails will be available for purchase on board.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29, November 2, November 3, November 4

Full Price: $57.25  |  Our Price: $34.82


"Wine Riot": Fun & Relaxed Tasting Event
at The Castle at Park Plaza, Boston

Welcome to "Wine Riot", the least pretentious tasting event in the history of the world. The idea is to break it all down for you with interactive samplings that teach you the lingo (dry vs. sweet, young vs. mature, etc.), tasting booths divided by varietal region and visits to the ever-popular bubbly bar, featuring sparkling wines like prosecco, rose, champagne and such. Then you've got your 20-minute sit-down seminars if you want to dig a little deeper. That's all in addition to a fun photo booth, temporary tats and eats from local hot spots (for separate purchase). Once you're done, you'll be able to say you've tried everything from a new California Cabernet to a German Riesling to a Portuguese wine made from grapes no one can pronounce. It's all going down in Boston at The Castle at Park Plaza.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 21

Full Price: $65  |  Our Price: $40


Fall Foliage Cruise Along Charles River
at Charles Riverboat Company, Cambridge

It's that crisp, beautiful and cozy time of year again. This 90-minute cruise is perfect for soaking up the spectacular fall foliage as you cruise past Back Bay, MIT and Harvard. Enjoy some apple cider and cookies, quintessential fall flavors sure to conjure memories of families and fireplaces. The Charles Riverboat Company in Cambridge guides you through the sights, sounds and flavors of fall.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $21


Halloween Cirque: Adult Circus With Live Music
at OBERON, Cambridge

Back for its fifth year, "Cirque of the Dead" continues its tradition of providing "macabre and unsavory" circus acts mixed with a witches' brew of music, humor and horror to create an adults-only Halloween show -- which is not for the faint of heart. But for those long past trick-or-treating age, this edgy Boston Circus Guild performance seduces you to the dark side with gory and gruesome versions of burlesque, aerial, acrobatic and juggling acts. Wear your best costume to this immersive show at the OBERON.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 20, October 21, October 26, October 27, October 27, October 28, October 31

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $20


Discover the Best Classic & Contemporary Fine Art
at Boston Center for the Arts - Cyclorama, Boston

Whether you're an enthusiastic newbie or an experienced collector, the 21st Annual Boston International Fine Art Show provides the perfect opportunity to discover and learn about the best in contemporary and traditional fine art. More than 40 galleries from across the U.S., Europe and Canada will be offering paintings, sculptures, photographs, fine prints and mixed media in both modern and classical styles for your browsing and buying pleasure at the Boston Center for the Arts. Exciting and free special programs include keynote speaker Joe Nahem, one of the country's top interior designers according to "Architectural Digest", and a presentation on the Megemeria School of Jewelry in Israel from Gold Sponsor Yvel jewelers.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 20

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: COMP - $7.50


Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hit Musical "In the Heights"
at Wheelock Family Theatre, Boston

With incredible hip-hop dancing, a contemporary Latin-flavored score and music and lyrics from "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, "In the Heights" scored the 2008 Tony Award for Best Musical, winning over audiences with its fresh-faced charm and vibrant music. This production takes you on an exhilarating journey into the lives of the residents of the Dominican-American neighborhood of Washington Heights in New York City. Don't miss this energetic and engaging musical at Boston's Wheelock Family Theatre.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29, November 3, November 4, November 4, November 5, November 10, November 11, November 11, November 12, November 18, November 18, November 19

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Ghost Tour of Harvard Square's Haunts
at Cambridge Historical Tours at Harvard Square, Cambridge

What better way to welcome fall than listening to dark tales of the ghastly deeds and wandering spirits that haunt the brick buildings and gravestones of Harvard Square? This 90-minute guided walking tour, conducted by experts attired in period costume, will send shivers down your spine as you listen to stories of gruesome murders, untimely deaths, dismemberments and other things that go bump in the night. Stories of lovers in mourning, deceased Harvard students and other creepy occurrences will be shared during this tour of the Square, which will culminate in the Burial Ground. Never again will you feel completely alone while making your way through Harvard Square!

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 5

Full Price: $12 - $20  |  Our Price: COMP - $12


Boston's Hilarious Whodunit "Shear Madness"
at Charles Playhouse, Boston

Set in a local hair salon, "Shear Madness" is a hilarious whodunit with "you" as a central character and jokes and lines as up-to-date as the morning's news. When the beauty parlor's landlady is murdered at the outset, a blend of mystery and improvisational theater ensues, with audience members called upon to make sense of the clues, question the actors and ultimately solve the crime. This award-winning Boston institution, ongoing at the Charles Playhouse since 1980, boasts new clues and ripped-from-the-headlines humor every night, resulting in rollicking repeat visits, and has spawned 50 different productions in cities as far-flung as Barcelona, Rome, Paris, Tel Aviv, Melbourne and Johannesburg.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 22, October 24, October 25, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29, October 29

Full Price: $56  |  Our Price: $22 - $37


Catch Top Stars and Rising Comedians at Nick's Comedy Stop
at Nick's Comedy Stop - Boston, Boston

One of Boston's oldest comedy houses "and" one of the top clubs in the country, Nick's Comedy Stop has hosted such legendary comedians as Denis Leary, Jerry Seinfeld, Phyllis Diller, Lenny Clarke and Jay Leno for more than 30 years. Nick's draws national headliners while providing a space for up-and-coming talent, as well as the leading local stand-up comics in Boston, including Steve Sweeney and Joe Wong. This hub for humor -- named the Top Comedy Club in Boston by "Travel + Leisure" magazine -- is located in the heart of the city's Theater District.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 27, October 28, November 3, November 4, November 10, November 11, November 17, November 18, November 24, November 25, December 1, December 2, December 8, December 9, December 15, December 16, December 22, December 23, December 29, December 30

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: COMP - $10


Stand-Up at the Comedy Scene: Top Performers Hit Foxborough
at The Comedy Scene, Foxboro

With its prime locale, just across the plaza from Gillette Stadium, the new Comedy Scene nightclub shares a prestigious Patriot Place address with one of the most successful teams in NFL history, and they've drafted a stellar roster of talent ready to tackle the news of the day for some hard-hitting laughs. You'll recognize these New England and national comics from appearances on Comedy Central, BET and elsewhere, as well as at major clubs along the East Coast. Beantown's long been known as one of the country's top spots for stand-up, so the lineup of top performers is plenty deep. And with two comedians and a host on tap, there's sure to be something funny going on at every show.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 27, October 28, November 3, November 4, November 10, November 11, November 17, November 18, December 1, December 2

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: COMP - $10


Lin-Manuel Miranda Songs Bolster Musical Revamp
at The Umbrella Annex, Concord

The great author, broadcaster and journalist Studs Terkel touched a nerve in 1974 when he published "Working", an oral history of real people and the jobs they performed. From sanitation truck drivers to professional athletes, the book gave voice to a sweepingly diverse cross-section of American life and was subsequently adapted into a Tony-nominated Broadway musical of the same name. Now that you're hooked on seeing it, prepared to be reeled in -- the "Working" musical was recently updated with new songs by "Hamilton" impresario Lin-Manuel Miranda, adding a whole new level of clout and resonance for the modern age, and it's coming to the Umbrella Annex in Concord. See it and be powerfully reminded that though there is much that divides us, we are all school teachers, millworkers, waitresses and masons. We are all united by the need to work, and to find meaning in the work that we do.

Offer Dates: November 17, November 18, November 19, November 24, November 25, November 26, December 1, December 2, December 3

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


"A Charlie Brown Christmas": A Family Classic
at Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, Boston

A Christmas classic rolls into the Boston Center for the Arts, bringing all your favorites from the Peanut gang onto the stage of the Calderwood Pavilion. Bust a move with Charlie Brown, Snoopy and Lucy as they put on a Christmas pageant, trying to discover the true meaning of this holiday. Expect to see the famous little fir tree, a present that the whole family will enjoy.

Offer Dates: December 20, December 21, December 21, December 22, December 22, December 23, December 23, December 24, December 24

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Blue Man Group: Worldwide Sensation at the Charles Playhouse
at Charles Playhouse, Boston

From the beating drums to the splashing paint to the sensory surprises at every turn, the Blue Man Group experience is wildly intense and totally unique. The show combines comedy, music and technology -- but no words -- to create a pulsing rhythm that unites people of all ages, languages and cultures in a spirit of joy. Reviewers describe it as "visually stunning," "wildly inventive," and "hysterically funny" -- and audiences often come away speechless, with huge smiles on their faces. An international sensation, the Blue Man Group has made themselves a longtime home at Boston's Charles Playhouse, nestled in the heart of the Theater District, just steps from Boston Common.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 28, October 29, November 1, November 5, November 10, November 12

Full Price: $98.15  |  Our Price: $54.17


The Boston BeauTease: Halloween Burlesque
at Thalia, Cambridge

Visit with all your favorite sins when The Boston BeauTease go to Hell -- for one night only! It just wouldn't be Halloween without a Boston BeauTease show. The first show The Boston BeauTease performed way back in 2005 was "Out for Blood", a Halloween revue, and they've done a special show for October every year since. This year they're taking a break from the darkness of The Wrathskellar to take you all on a cheery jaunt through Hell in "Pantie's Inferno" at Thalia in Cambridge.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $16  |  Our Price: $8


"A Charlie Brown Christmas" Live on Stage
at Regent Theatre, Arlington

The only holiday moment more magical than watching "A Charlie Brown Christmas" on TV is watching it live on stage in this Boston Children's Theatre production. Join good ol' Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the entire Peanuts gang for this fun, festive show that's a nostalgic trip for some and a holiday treat for all. Eric Schaeffer's acclaimed adaptation centers around everyone's favorite football-whiffing kid who, alarmed by the commercialism he sees all around him, tries to find the true meaning of Christmas. This very special show at the Regent Theatre features brand new staging and direction, plus many of your favorite Christmas tunes.

Offer Dates: December 7, December 8, December 9, December 9, December 10, December 10, December 20, December 21, December 22, December 22, December 22, December 23, December 23, December 24, December 24

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Moscow Ballet's "Great Russian Nutcracker"
at Orpheum Theatre, Boston

One of the world's most magical adaptations of Tchaikovsky's holiday classic, the Moscow Ballet's "Great Russian Nutcracker" pirouettes its way into Boston's Orpheum Theatre as part of its 25th anniversary tour. Almost 40 renowned dancers bring to life the timeless story of young Masha (Clara), who receives the gift of a nutcracker one Christmas Eve and dreams that night of a grand adventure with her Nutcracker Prince. Filled with larger-than-life puppets and nesting dolls, handmade Victorian-style costumes, gasp-inducing special effects and sets created by "La La Land" designer Carl Sprague, this perennial favorite is sure to cast its seasonal spell over the whole family.

Offer Dates: December 3

Full Price: $62.55 - $103.55  |  Our Price: $29 - $50


Comedian Sam Morril (Comedy Central)
at Laugh Boston, Boston

With a mix of jokes that manage to be both "meta" and grounded in everyday life, Sam Morril connects with audiences in record time. It's a style that has seen him beat out 600 applicants to win the Laughing Skull Festival in Atlanta, and make multiple appearances on "Conan". The "Daily News" called him "One of the Four Funniest in New York," and Comedy Central awarded him a half-hour special. What's more, Morril's comedy album "Class Act" went to No.1 in its category on iTunes. Find out why when he brings his dry wit and self-deprecating style to Laugh Boston.

Offer Dates: December 29, December 30, December 30, December 31, December 31

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $14.50


"Noises Off": A Backstage Comedy Classic
at The Concord Players, Concord

Considered by many to be the funniest farce ever written, "Noises Off" reveals the hilarious backstage antics of a group of small-town actors attempting to perform a theatrical flop called "Nothing On". This play-within-a-play is a comedic triumph of slamming doors, falling trousers and ... flying sardines. Written by award-winning English novelist and playwright Michael Frayn ("Copenhagen", "Democracy"), the comedy of errors remains a crowd pleaser 35 years after its debut. Now you can catch all the classic slapstick comedy at The Concord Players.

Offer Dates: November 10, November 17

Full Price: $24  |  Our Price: $12


Immerse Yourself in "The Sleepy Hollow Experience"
at Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge

The Headless Horseman rides again -- on an actual horse -- as "The Sleepy Hollow Experience" returns to the living history museum known as Old Sturbridge Village with its goosebump-inducing mix of immersive outdoor storytelling, seasonal scares and spectacular special effects. Thrills, chills and even some laughs are provided as this period-perfect production puts you down right in the middle of Washington Irving's classic ghost story, where you'll follow a roving band of minstrels across the grounds to learn all about bumbling schoolteacher Ichabod Crane, his love for beautiful Katrina and his rivalry with the brutish Brom Bones. The "Worcester Telegram & Gazette" warns that intense feels may come from "witnessing the drama unfold in real time and, sometimes, too close for comfort." So it's about as close to a real-life "Westworld" experience as you can get without the killer robots.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 29, October 31

Full Price: $60  |  Our Price: $60


Immersive Theatrical Séance in "Haunted by History"
at Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge

For those of you who relish in the spooky glory of haunted houses, séance and the spirit world, then this theatrical phantasmagoria was designed with you in mind. "Haunted by History" walks you through the Old Sturbridge Village, where you'll conjure up your own set of New England spirits of the past. Follow Dr. Lantornia, who will beckon you to a séance where you'll encounter several 19th century ghosts with "unfinished business." Written by theater vet P.J. Griffith ("American Idiot", "Sleep No More"), the cast is brimming with NYC talent. Your admission also includes entry to the village for the day.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 20, October 25, October 26, October 27

Full Price: $28  |  Our Price: COMP


Fall Foliage Brunch Cruise Around Boston Harbor
at Northern Lights, Boston

You'll not only be treated to a full brunch on this fall foliage cruise aboard the elegant "Northern Lights" yacht, but you'll also enjoy a narrated tour of the sight and colors of fall. On this 2.5-hour excursion around Boston Harbor, soak up panoramic views of the Harbor Islands and hear the tales about them while indulging in a three-course brunch menu filled with savory and sweet treats, including waffles, bagels, bacon, a Greek egg scramble, freshly baked cookies and more. The meal comes with your ticket, and cocktails will be available for purchase, including the Northern Lights Mimosa featuring St. Germain, orange juice and bubbles. You'll also see and hear about historic sites like the harbor islands, Independence Fort, Bunker Hill Monument, Old North Church, the USS Constitution and more -- not to mention that famous Boston skyline.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22, October 28, October 29, November 4, November 5

Full Price: $71.40  |  Our Price: $43.04


Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare: "Romeo and Juliet" Performed with Drunken Cast Member
at The Rockwell, Somerville

Fans of "Drunk History" and all its slurred education will fall over laughing at Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare, where an entirely serious Shakespeare play is performed with one entirely inebriated cast member. For the last six years, Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare has been performed in the darkest corners and diviest bars in the UK, and the cast is now bringing the good time to Boston. Side-splitting, raucous and completely interactive, the show is fresh off sell-out runs at the Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe festivals, where a cast member drinks beer, wine and whiskey on stage, drunkenly sings the "Dawson's Creek" theme song and occasionally (accidentally, of course) bares a nipple or two. Brush up on your Bard knowledge, and head over to The Rockwell for a drunken twist on "Romeo and Juliet", because this is Shakespeare as you never knew you wanted to see him before.

Offer Dates: October 27

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $15


Halloween 3-Day Pub Crawl at Boston's Best Bars
at Hard Rock Cafe, Boston

Get ready for a wild time on the streets of Boston as the Halloween Pub Crawl brings together no less than ten of the hottest bars and clubs in Beantown for three nights of spooky fun. You'll get free admission on Friday, Saturday and Halloween Tuesday to such hotspots as Hard Rock Cafe, Mija Cantina and Wild Rover, along with drink specials and the opportunity to hang with some of the city's coolest people. Don't get left behind this Halloween -- sign up and get crawling!

Offer Dates: October 31

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


"The Donkey Show: A Midsummer Night's Disco", Theatrical Dance Party
at OBERON, Cambridge

The disco-fueled interactive dance party known as "The Donkey Show", very loosely inspired by Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream", puts you smack in the middle of the action in a funky Cambridge lounge setting. Featuring two full bars and a dance floor, OBERON's Diane Paulus-created wonderland was inspired by Studio 54 in its heyday, when celebrities and art icons would mix and mingle with kids from Queens, and the "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack would be shaking the speakers. While you -- and the rest of the audience -- drink, dance to disco classics or just check out the action, the motley crew of characters in this glammed-up, sex-fueled version of Shakespeare's play re-enact the hilariously chaotic tale of a magic elixir that wreaks havoc at the nightclub. But it's mostly just a cool boogie-filled bash.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28, November 4, November 11, November 18, November 25, December 2, December 2, December 9, December 16, January 13, January 20, January 27, January 27, February 3, February 3

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $15


Boston Choral Ensemble's "Connexion Française: Fête"
at The Mission Church, Boston

Boston Choral Ensemble presents Francis Poulenc's stunning Mass in G and other works by French composers at "Connexion Française: Fête". The grand architecture of Boston's Basilica becomes the backdrop for works by Messiaen, Durufle, Langlais, Perotin, and an area premiere by Betsy Jolas, as choir and audience move about the church. Join Boston Choral Ensemble as they connect architecture, space and the masterworks of French choral composers with "Connexion Française: Fête".

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


The Black Pearl: Halloween Party Cruise
at Spirit of Boston, Boston

Don't be afraid to come aboard the most magnificent party cruise in Boston, the Black Pearl Halloween Cruise. Transformed into a haunted Titanic, the Spirit of Boston will make sure your holiday is sufficiently creepy -- and with four decks, three DJs and two floors of music, there's plenty of room for your costumed crew (costumes aren't required, but why not get creative?) to monster mash the night away. You'll soak up some of the most gorgeous views of the Boston skyline on this three-hour sail.

Offer Dates: October 31

Full Price: $20 - $35  |  Our Price: $10 - $17.50


"The Taming of the Shrew" With Drunken Cast Member
at The Rockwell, Somerville

Fans of "Drunk History" and all its slurred education will fall over laughing at "Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare", which combines an entirely serious Shakespeare play with one completely inebriated cast member. For the last six years, "Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare" has been performed in the darkest corners and diviest bars in the U.K., and the cast is bringing the good time to Austin. Side-splitting, raucous and completely interactive, the show is fresh off sell-out runs at the Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe festivals, where a cast member drinks beer, wine and whiskey on stage, drunkenly sings the "Dawson's Creek" theme song and occasionally (accidentally, of course) bares a nipple or two. Brush up on your Bard knowledge, and head down to The Rockwell near Boston for "The Taming of the Shrew", because this is Shakespeare as you never knew you wanted to see him before.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $15


"The Werewolf": A Queer Opera
at The Rockwell, Somerville

This Halloween season, WholeTone Opera and The Rockwell present "The Werewolf" -- a new and fiercely queer opera. A cursed loup-garou is terrorizing a quiet village full of secrets, while seducing young brides. Will a secret witch's heart be stolen by the werewolf, or will a sassy young nobleman be the one to find true love at long last? Ring in this Halloween with comedy, horror and a special surprise opener at every curtain featuring the Parlor Opera Players, when "The Werewolf" comes to the stage of The Rockwell in Somerville.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29, October 31

Full Price: $28  |  Our Price: COMP - $14


"The 39 Steps": Hitchcock Thriller Turned Comedy
at Boston Center for the Arts - Plaza Theatre, Boston

Alfred Hitchcock and Monty Python collide in "The 39 Steps", a hilarious spy-melodrama-turned-comedy that toys with all the best tropes -- a beautiful woman with a mysterious past, a murder, a nationwide manhunt and a nefarious ring of spies. It's equal parts adventure, romance and absurdity. Moonbox Productions cues up a cast of more than 150 characters ... played by just four actors. And as the plot thickens on the the BCA Plaza Theatre stage, you'll witness a series of death-defying leaps (all from short distances) and behold an array of dazzling special effects (all pulled from a steamer trunk).

Offer Dates: November 17, November 18, November 18, November 19, November 24, November 25, November 25, November 26, November 30, December 1, December 2, December 2, December 3, December 7, December 8, December 9, December 9

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $25


"The Velveteen Rabbit" Comes to Life on Stage
at Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, Boston

This timeless children's classic goes from the bedside table to the theatrical stage in this magical production from Boston Children's Theatre. In Margery Williams' touching story, a young boy forms a special bond with his stuffed rabbit, who wants nothing more than to become real through the love of its owner. The company's 9th annual retelling of this beloved tale features beautifully hand-crafted puppets by Marjorie Tudor of the Tasha Tudor Family in a production that will delight and endear young and old alike.

Offer Dates: December 2, December 3, December 3, December 9, December 9, December 10, December 10, December 16, December 16, December 17, December 17

Full Price: $28  |  Our Price: $14


Boston Comedy Blowout Features Local Stand-Up
at Boch Center Shubert Theatre, Boston

It's gonna be a barrel of laughs at the second annual Boston Comedy Blowout, featuring Beantown's most popular funny people and emerging talent. Stand-up veterans like Kelly MacFarland ("Last Comic Standing") and Corey Rodrigues will take the stage of the Boch Center Shubert Theatre, along with comedians Lenny Clarke, Steve Sweeney and Mike Donovan for a day-long laugh fest of good times. Enjoy a variety of comedy and support the local -- but most of all, have pride for your city's finest.

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $43.10 - $53.40  |  Our Price: $25 - $35


"Jack the Ripper": A Haunting New Musical
at American Legion Post 210, Saugus

Just in time for Halloween, the Theatre Company of Saugus performs their new production of "Jack the Ripper: The Whitechapel Musical". Between August and November of 1888, five prostitutes were brutally murdered in London's Whitechapel district. Their deaths were credited to one killer. With play-by-play accounts constantly published in the local press, the case took on a life of its own, even giving the killer his famous moniker. The murders mysteriously stopped after the death of the final victim. Although there are many theories about the identity of the killer, the case remains unsolved to this day. This musical is one possible explanation that follows the yellow journalism that emerged from the gruesome events.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $22  |  Our Price: COMP - $11


"Souvenir": Broadway Bio of Tone-Deaf Diva
at Lyric Stage Company of Boston, Boston

"Souvenir", a fantasia on the life of Florence Foster Jenkins, is the hilarious and sweetly inspiring true story of the wealthy socialite who enjoyed a remarkably successful concert career as a singer ... even though she was devoid of musical talent, deliriously tone-deaf and unaware that her devoted audiences found her a source of amusement. Stephen Temperley's story focuses on her accompanist, Cosme McMoon, who grows to admire, respect and even protect Jenkins' triumphant spirit and belief in herself. Nominated for Drama Desk and Tony Awards in its original 2004-2005 New York runs, "Souvenir" can now be seen at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston -- starring Leigh Barrett and Will McGarrahan, and directed by Spiro Veloudos.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 21, October 25, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $47 - $73  |  Our Price: $20 - $36.50


Boston Symphony Stages "Peer Gynt"
at Boston Symphony Hall, Boston

The BSO brings the drama with its new original staged version of Grieg's "Peer Gynt", complete with sets and costumes, plus a take on Beethoven's tragic "Egmont" featuring soprano Camilla Tilling. You've for sure heard parts of Edvard Grieg's score for Ibsen's epic fantasy, since both "In the Hall of the Mountain King" and "Morning Mood" have been used in everything from film scores to Bugs Bunny cartoons. Now you can experience the play itself, which boasts both folk and surrealist elements, and follows the title character on a romantic adventure across the globe. Conducted by Ken-David Masur, this innovative concert is set to take the stage at Boston Symphony Hall.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 21, October 24

Full Price: $49 - $95  |  Our Price: $24 - $40


David Mamet's "Oleanna"
at Mosesian Center for the Arts, Watertown

It's all about power in David Mamet's groundbreaking drama about political correctness and perception. When a professor tries to help his female student, is it a misunderstanding or inherent misogyny that causes trouble? Featuring Johnny Lee Davenport ("The Whipping Man, Thurgood") and Obehi Janice ("The Gift Horse"), this New Repertory Theatre production of "Oleanna" crackles with fiery dialogue at the Mosesian Center for the Arts in Watertown.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 22

Full Price: $47 - $52  |  Our Price: $24 - $26


"A Christmas Story: The Musical" -- Ralphie Sings, Leg Lamp Dances
at The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts, Worcester

"You'll shoot your eye out!" That classic line spews from TV sets nationwide every December as '40s cherub Ralphie Parker -- oversized glasses, dapper sweater and meticulously combed blond hair -- struggles to find compassion in a world of dream-crushing adults. His Christmas wish is simple: to get a Red Ryder BB gun. Or, more specifically, a "Red Ryder carbine-action, 200-shot range model air rifle with a compass in the stock and this thing which tells time." But the grown-ups in his life are having none of it. Now his misadventures have moved from the screen to the stage in the Boston area with "A Christmas Story: The Musical". Originally produced by the film's first Ralphie, Peter Billingsley, this musical spectacular at The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts is witty holiday entertainment with a heart of gold (and a tacky leg lamp).

Offer Dates: November 9, November 12

Full Price: $40 - $65  |  Our Price: $20 - $48.75


Local Craft Spirits Festival: Beer, Cider & More
at Kendall Square - South Plaza, Cambridge

Discover the best in cider, craft beer, mead, artisan beverages and more at the second annual Local Craft Spirits Festival. You'll enjoy samples from dozens of area distilleries and breweries while taking in live music and entertainment and purchasing bites from local food vendors. Take your mixology skills to the next level with cocktail demos, then help judge the Boston's Best Local Craft Cocktail competition. The fun all bubbles over at Kendall Square - South Plaza.

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: $50 - $75  |  Our Price: $20 - $65


"The Price Is Right Live!" on Stage
at Providence Performing Arts Center, Providence

Come on down to Providence Performing Arts Center and experience all the fun and excitement felt at a live taping of the perennial favorite "The Price Is Right". This hit interactive stage show recreates the longest-running game show in TV history, pulling contestants right out of the audience and giving them the chance to win new cars, vacations, appliances and more by playing some very recognizable games. From Plinko and Cliffhangers to the Big Wheel and the fabulous Showcase, "The Price Is Right Live!" plays out exactly like the TV show and has given away millions of dollars in cash and prizes to people just like you.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $32.50 - $42.50  |  Our Price: $20 - $30


"To Kill a Mockingbird" on Stage
at Gloucester Stage, Gloucester

Few perspectives on American society have been as perceptive or as poignant as that of young Scout Finch, the heroine of Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "To Kill a Mockingbird". Adapted for the stage by Christopher Sergel, this moving play follows Scout's journey as her attorney father, Atticus, defends a black man framed for a crime he did not commit. As the trial progresses, Scout and her brother Jem witness their community divided over issues of racism and justice. Gloucester Stage Company brings the powerful story to the stage.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 27

Full Price: $38  |  Our Price: $19


Badfinger's "Straight Up" Live & Complete
at Regent Theatre, Arlington

Badfinger's classic lineup of Tom Evans, Pete Ham, Mike Gibbins and Joey Molland came together in 1969 as they scored an instant Top 10 U.S. smash with the Paul McCartney-penned theme song, "Come and Get It." They followed this with their own compositions "No Matter What," "Day After Day" and "Baby Blue." Today, Badfinger features original guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Joey Molland on the 45th anniversary of Badfinger's greatest album, "Straight Up". Enjoy this concert at Arlington's Regent Theatre.

Offer Dates: November 3

Full Price: $42  |  Our Price: $25


Boston Baroque Performs Mozart's Requiem
at Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory, Boston

One of the greatest composers of all time is anonymously commissioned to write a requiem commemorating the death of a patron's wife -- only he passes away before he can complete it. Once finished, though, it's recognized as a masterpiece that perfectly and dramatically captures his life and work. The man is Mozart, and now you can see this requiem performed by Boston Baroque, led by Music Director Martin Pearlman, when they take the stage at Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 22

Full Price: $25 - $45  |  Our Price: $12.50 - $22.50


"Fifty Shades of Men": The Ultimate Ladies' Night
at Icon Nightclub, Boston

Rev up your girls' night out or make your best friend's bachelorette party a night to remember with "Fifty Shades of Men", a male revue created exclusively for women. You'll spend the evening being tempted by gorgeous hunks when his fun and flirty night of entertainment from Alpha Male Promotions comes to the Icon Nightclub in Boston. The show combines music, sexy dance moves and seductive theatrics in a hot, high-energy performance you and your girls will talk -- and dream -- about for weeks.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: COMP - $15


"Hair": The Tribal Love-Rock Musical
at Club Cafe, Boston

An electrifying rock score and a colorful cast of characters provide the highlights to "Hair", as does the show's timeless story of a young generation looking to change the world. This Tony-winning musical also boasts great tunes like "Aquarius," "Good Morning, Starshine," "Let the Sun Shine In," and "Easy To Be Hard," as well as an affectionate look at a peace-loving band of hippies, who search for life's answers amidst the turbulent Vietnam War era of the '60s. This groundbreaking show's revolutionary depiction of the era's cultural and sexual revolution, including onstage nudity, continues to strike a chord with audiences some 50 years after its original Broadway debut. Check it out at the Club Cafe in Boston's Back Bay, with a full bar offering drinks for purchase during the show.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 20

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $25


Cruise of Boston's Historic & Contemporary Architecture
at Charles Riverboat Company, Cambridge

Enjoy spectacular views of the architecture of Boston and Cambridge from the serene waters of the Charles River, Boston Harbor and the Charles River Locks. From a panoramic-windowed boat, the Charles Riverboat Company will show you beautiful landmarks including the Hancock Tower, the Marriott Custom House, the Prudential Building, the Old North Church, Longfellow Bridge and the Back Bay, in addition to cutting-edge contemporary structures. This informative 90-minute tour is narrated by a knowledgable Boston By Foot guide and co-sponsored by BSA Space, a center for architecture and design.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22, October 22, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29

Full Price: $29.40  |  Our Price: $14.70


New Work From José Mateo's Modern Ballet Company
at Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre, Cambridge

Voted "Boston's Best Date Night" by "The Improper Bostonian", the José Mateo Ballet Theatre's 32nd season of minimalist and modern choreography heats up with "Assault on the Senses", which features three original works from the company. "Assault on the Senses" features music from composers Sergei Rachmaninoff, James MacMillan and John Adams. October 20th's performance features a post-performance chat with Mr. Mateo, company dancers and music experts.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $45  |  Our Price: $20 - $23


History Comes Alive at Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
at Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, Boston

Travel back in time to one of the key events in American history at the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum. Climb aboard a replica ship and toss a crate of tea overboard, then take a look at one of the original tea chests (only two remain in existence). Interact with live actors, take in an award-winning multisensory film and enjoy 3D holographic interactive exhibits. Don't forget to stop in at Abigail's Tea Room for a colonial teatime or a hearty lunch. It all adds up to a vibrant experience that will bring this legendary chapter of our history to life. TripAdvisor users voted it the Best Family Museum in Boston and Yankee Magazine named it Best New Museum.

Offer Dates: October 31

Full Price: $28  |  Our Price: $18


Comedian Heather McDonald Comes to Boston
at Cary Memorial Hall, Lexington

Best known for her hilarious quips on E!'s "Chelsea Lately", Heather McDonald now comes to Cary Memorial Hall in Boston for a night of stand-up and stories about life, love and living next door to her parents in the San Fernando Valley. A veteran of the famed Groundlings sketch comedy troupe, McDonald's writing credits range from the Wayans Brothers movies "White Chicks" and "Dance Flick" to "Us Weekly"'s "Fashion Police" to her best-selling book "You'll Never Blue Ball in This Town Again". She also has a new weekly podcast, "Juicy Scoop", on which she dishes on and with celebs. Along with her hilarious and highly relatable anecdotes on the stand-up stage, she's known for her pitch-perfect impressions of Drew Barrymore, Kim Cattrall and pop culture icons.

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: $34  |  Our Price: $10 - $34


"Goosebumps the Musical: Phantom of the Auditorium"
at Larcom Theatre, Beverly

Brooke and Zeke are thrilled to learn that they've won the starring roles in the new school musical -- a mysterious production called "The Phantom". But when strange, seemingly supernatural events begin interrupting rehearsals, the friends begin to wonder whether the show they're acting in might be cursed. In the slightly spooky, family-friendly world of "Goosebumps the Musical: Phantom of the Auditorium" from Boston Children's Theatre, Brooke and Zeke must race to find out whether they're being haunted by ghosts or hoodwinked by pranksters.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22, October 22, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29, November 2, November 4, November 4, November 5, November 5

Full Price: $32  |  Our Price: $10 - $16


World-Famous Modern Dance Group Pilobolus
at Boch Center Shubert Theatre, Boston

The wildly creative avant-garde dance company Pilobolus has transformed itself into an international entertainment juggernaut and their dynamic feats will be on full display at Boston's Shubert Theatre. The troupe's been featured everywhere from "Oprah" to "60 Minutes" to "Sesame Street" and they were nominated for a 2012 Grammy Award for the video for OK Go's "All Is Not Lost." Blowing minds since 1971, the company continues to explore new ways of using the human body as a graphic and expressive medium. Watch as they create a mesmerizing physical world in this Boch Center program, which includes "The Inconsistent Pedaler," an absurd, acrobatic and lyrical collaboration with fiction writer Etgar Keret and filmmaker Shira Geffen.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $62.10 - $89.35  |  Our Price: $46.50 - $89.35


Sunset Cruise of Boston Harbor With Cannon Fire Salute
at Northern Lights, Boston

Not only does this early evening cruise let you see some of Boston's most famous sights bathed in a beautiful glow, but it also provides prime views of the U.S.S. Constitution, which fires off its cannon every day to announce the setting of the sun. Relax aboard the classically styled motor yacht Northern Lights on the open-air top deck or the climate-controlled cabin below, enjoying a captain's commentary and light music, as well as a bar with adult beverages, soda, water and snacks available for purchase. This 90-minute sail floats by Fort Independence, passes under the iconic Tobin Bridge and gives you a glimpse of the Old North Church, where Paul Revere took his famous ride.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 26, October 27, October 28, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 18, November 24, November 25, November 30, December 1, December 2, December 7, December 8, December 9, December 14, December 15, December 16, December 21, December 22, December 23, December 28, December 29, December 30

Full Price: $42  |  Our Price: $25.32


A Romantic Musical Journey
at Arlington Friends of the Drama, Arlington

Take an exhilarating journey to picturesque Italy during the breezy musical "The Light in the Piazza", which captured six Tony Awards, including Best Original Score. When the dashing young Fabrizio captures Clara Johnson's heart, her mother struggles with the secret she's been keeping about her beautiful offspring and the question of how it will affect the developing romance. Adapted from the novella by Elizabeth Spencer with a score by Adam Guettel (grandson of composer Richard Rogers), this delightful show will have you saying "that's amore" as you fall in love with some of musical theater's most endearing characters. Be swept up in the heady rush of young love at Arlington Friends of the Drama.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Romantic After-Dinner Cruise of Boston Harbor
at Northern Lights, Boston

Cap off a romantic night in the city and take in the twinkling lights of the beautiful Boston skyline with this hour-long nighttime cruise of the harbor. The smooth-running Northern Lights provides a great evening on the water, with an open-air top deck and a climate-controlled interior cabin. Relax and enjoy sights like the Old North Church, the U.S.S. Constitution, the Leonard B. Zakim Bridge, the Seaport District and more. There's even an onboard bar with beer, wine, soda, water and snacks available for purchase.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 26, October 28, November 2

Full Price: $26.25  |  Our Price: $15.83


Bach, Beethoven & Brahms Society
at Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston

Boston's historic Faneuil Hall Marketplace is a pretty cool place for a concert, and the Bach, Beethoven & Brahms Society takes full advantage of this prime location for the world-premiere performance of "Luce Cantabile": Concerto for Alto Saxophone, set to be performed by classical sax virtuoso Kenneth Radnofsky. This exciting new work was written by Cambridge's Osnat Netzer, a Haifa-born pianist-composer who earned her doctorate at the New England Conservatory and is a faculty member at Harvard. Also on the bill are Bernstein's Overture to "Candide" and Beethoven's Second Symphony.

Offer Dates: November 19

Full Price: $40 - $50  |  Our Price: COMP - $25


"Game of Jones": "Thrones"-Themed Improv Comedy
at The Riot Theater, Jamaica Plain

When you play the "Game of Jones", you grin, or you die ... laughing. Watch as members of local troupe Improv Jones -- decade-long veterans of the Boston comedy scene -- present an improv show inspired by their favorite TV show, "Game of Thrones". The first Saturday of every month, Riot Theater in Jamaica Plains will be transformed into a veritable Westeros as the ensemble launches into an epic comedic quest to slay you with their punchlines.

Offer Dates: November 4, December 2

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: COMP - $5


"Alligator Road": A New Kind of Mother-Daughter Battle
at Greater Boston Stage Company, Stoneham

Meet the sweet, trashy and slightly hot Kathy, the newly widowed owner of a hardware store. Kathy hasn't quite been herself lately ... Not only did she yarn bomb the family hardware store (which, if it were a craft store, would have been FANTASTIC), she also gave it away to a complete stranger. Needless to say, her big mouthed-college-age daughter is just a tad PO'd, and she wants the store back. "Alligator Road" is a new comedic and heartfelt play from Callie Kimball showing at the Greater Boston Stage Company in Stoneham that'll explore family dynamics and entitlement.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $25


Brunch Cruise Around Boston Harbor
at Northern Lights, Boston

You'll not only be treated to a full brunch on this weekend cruise aboard the elegant Northern Lights yacht, but you'll also enjoy a narrated tour of the sights. On this 2.5-hour excursion around Boston Harbor, soak up panoramic views while indulging in a three-course brunch menu filled with savory and sweet treats, including waffles, bagels, bacon, a Greek egg scramble, freshly baked cookies and more. The meal comes with your ticket, and cocktails will be available for purchase, including the Northern Lights Mimosa featuring St. Germain, orange juice and bubbles. You'll also see and hear about historic sites like the harbor islands, Independence Fort, Bunker Hill Monument, Old North Church, the USS Constitution and more -- not to mention that famous Boston skyline.

Offer Dates: November 18, November 19, November 25, November 26, December 2, December 3, December 9, December 10, December 16, December 17, December 23, December 30, December 31

Full Price: $71.40  |  Our Price: $43.04


"Queen Boudicca": A Metal Opera
at Regent Theatre, Arlington

This metal opera tells the story of Boudicca, Warrior Queen of the first century Celts in what is now Great Britain, who led a devastating revolt against the Roman occupation. "Queen Boudicca"'s story is one of history's greatest tales of courage in the face of unbeatable odds, one that every schoolgirl would probably know if Boudicca had been a man. Come see this one-of-a-kind experience -- combining Ancient Celtic music and instruments with modern rock, death metal and contemporary chamber and choral styles -- at Arlington's Regent Theatre. Broadway and TV actress Ava Gaudet of "Rent", "Ugly Betty", "NCIS", "Mike and Molly" and fantasy concept progressive-metal band Merithius is the evening's opening act.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $14.50


"Stories from the Stage: Kitchen Confessions"
at WGBH Studios, Brighton

They say truth is stranger than fiction, but it also seems funnier and more touching than anything a writer can imagine. That's why WGBH and storytelling collective Massmouth have teamed up for "Stories from the Stage", a monthly collaboration that connects, inspires and entertains people through the timeless art of sharing stories from their lives. This month's show, "Kitchen Confessions", delves into the stories behind the meals. A good chef never reveals her secrets ... until now. Enjoy some food, get a drink from the bar and take in a night of expert storytelling at WGBH Studios in Brighton. You might even be seen on TV!

Offer Dates: November 2

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $8


Albert Camus' "The State of Siege"
at Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre, Boston

Written by Nobel Prize-winning author Albert Camus, "The State of Siege" weaves paranoia, endurance and political struggle into a dizzying modern metaphor. See how the manipulation of fear in a sleepy city in Spain gives rise to a totalitarian regime. Staged by leading avant-garde French director Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota and produced on an epic scale by the celebrated Paris theatre company Théâtre de la Ville, the production explores how art can serve as a way to process -- and to resist -- human atrocities. What role can art play in the face of peril? Faced with imminent danger, can the human spirit remain focused on the beauty of life? Intended to reflect some of mankind's worst dictators, "The State of Siege" shines a piercing light at Boston's Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre.

Offer Dates: November 9, November 10, November 11, November 11

Full Price: $20 - $80  |  Our Price: $15 - $80


"Boston Chocolate Workshop": Make Your Own Truffles and More
at Elephant & Castle Pub and Restaurant, Boston

Learn how to roll your own show-stopping truffles filled with everything from champagne cream to chocolate peanut butter, and pick up a few fascinating facts about the sweet science of chocolate along the way at this fun workshop, led by a Master Chocolatier. You'll dip your creations in a variety of delicious toppings, and learn about piping, shaping, coating and packaging for maximum "wow" factor. You'll leave the event at the Elephant & Castle with lots of delicious truffles to show off and share with friends and family. Plus, you'll get great tips on tasting, buying and storing fine chocolate.

Offer Dates: October 21, November 4, November 18, December 2, December 16

Full Price: $85  |  Our Price: $49


Sunday Evening Jazz Cruise: Sunset Views and Live Music
at Northern Lights, Boston

A perfect end to your weekend, the Sunday Evening Jazz Cruise takes you on a relaxing sunset trip around the harbor set to live jazz. Come aboard the Northern Lights, a 1920s-style New England yacht, as the sun dips down over the beautiful Boston skyline and waterfront. You'll enjoy great views of landmarks like Fort Independence, Bunker Hill Monument, USS Constitution and the Marriot Custom House Tower, all while the Benjamin Young Trio keeps things swingin' with jazz favorites and original tunes. This 1.5-hour cruise will also have drinks and snacks available for purchase.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 29, November 5, November 19, November 26, December 3, December 10, December 17

Full Price: $46.20  |  Our Price: $27.85


Party Like a Colonial at "Huzzah! Tavern Nights"
at Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, Boston

Join John Hancock, Dorothy Quincy and Samuel Adams at the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum for a night of merrymaking at Boston's only colonial tavern night experience. Raise your cider high as you sample rustic fare, including a selection of carved meats, fresh cheeses, fruits and vegetables, and hearty breads, all served buffet style. At "Huzzah! Tavern Nights", you'll learn boisterous songs and cheerful dance and play 18th-century games with the Sons of Liberty and Daughters of Freedom roaming around to keep the party festive.

Offer Dates: October 27, November 10, November 24, December 8, December 22

Full Price: $55  |  Our Price: $41.25


Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare: "Much Ado About Nothing" Performed with Drunken Cast Member
at Laugh Boston, Boston

Fans of "Drunk History" and all its slurred education will fall over laughing at "Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare", which combines an entirely serious Shakespeare play with one completely inebriated cast member. For the last six years, "Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare" has been performed in the darkest corners and diviest bars in the U.K., and the cast is bringing the good time to Boston. Side-splitting, raucous and completely interactive, the show is fresh off sell-out runs at the Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe festivals, where a cast member drinks beer, wine and whiskey on stage, drunkenly sings the "Dawson's Creek" theme song and occasionally (accidentally, of course) bares a nipple or two. Brush up on your Bard knowledge, and head down to Laugh Boston for "Much Ado About Nothing", because this is Shakespeare as you never knew you wanted to see him before.

Offer Dates: November 5, November 12, November 19, November 26

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $15


Boston College Eagles Football
at Alumni Stadium, Chestnut Hill

The air may be turning colder, but the gridiron at Alumni Stadium is heating up as Boston College kicks off another high-octane football season. After their bowl game win last year, the Eagles come soaring back under the direction of coach Steve Addazio to take on the rest of the tough ACC. All-American defensive end Harold Landry leads an always-ruthless defense for the Eagles, as the offense looks to crank up the intensity this year. So grab some friends, bust out your maroon and gold, and come cheer the Eagles on to victory!

Offer Dates: October 27, November 11

Full Price: $25 - $60  |  Our Price: $10 - $39


Enjoy an Evening of Bacon, Music & 60 Beers
at Plymouth Memorial Hall, Plymouth

Perhaps you're wondering what it is that makes this festival for beer and bacon lovers count as a full-fledged jamboree. Is it the unlimited tastings of 60 different beers and ciders? Is it bacon samples from some of the world's foremost bacon pros? Or is it the hopping musical stylings of classic rock and country band Whiskey Burn? Turns out, it's all three -- because an evening of fine brews, savory bacon and fiery live music is exactly what a jamboree ought to be. Come and see for yourself when the Bacon and Beer Jamboree comes to Plymouth Memorial Hall.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $45  |  Our Price: $30


"Tomes of Terror": Creepy Tales Presented Radio-Style
at Responsible Grace Church, Somerville

Halloween approaches and there's something spooky in the air ... waves. Tune in (in person!) for some ghastly fun when the Post-Meridian Radio Players present the latest edition of their annual show, "Tomes of Terror: Lenore!" This frightful fall fave is a "thrill-pack" of three stories of horror, madness and out-and-out weirdness that'll give you a permanent case of the willies. Let your imagination get the better of you during this very special production performed in the style of the Golden Age of radio, with actors in front of microphones and sound effects created live on stage. As a special treat, the night will also feature a live reading of Poe's hauntingly beautiful poem "Lenore."

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 21, October 26, October 27, October 28

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


"'Twas the Night Before Christmas": A New Twist on an Old Favorite
at Greater Boston Stage Company, Stoneham

"'Twas the Night Before Christmas" is a holiday staple. Kids and parents recite the beloved poem in anticipation of Santa's yearly visit. But do your Christmas even traditions include squirt guns and hip-hop? Even if you're a particularly fun family and they do, the probably don't also involve heists, duels, secret agent elves and a perilous airplane flight. Playwright Ken Ludwig has whipped up a fun-filled, adventurous tale of three unlikely friends: a mouse, an elf and a and a spunky little girl who just won't take no for an answer. They're on a quest to find out why Santa missed their house last year and they won't rest until they know. It's a joyful tribute to the holiday season and an exciting journey that kids and their parents will love, so bring the family to the Greater Boston Stage Company in Stoneham.

Offer Dates: December 9, December 10, December 16, December 17, December 19

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


"World of Dance" Brings Show to Stage
at Fox Theater, Mashantucket

Powered by the pulse-pounding, breathtaking ability of its performers, "World of Dance" became a TV sensation over the summer. Now, some of your favorite dancers are back for the live tour, which makes a stop at Mashantucket's Fox Theater. Featuring junior division finalist Eva Igo, plus crowd favorites Diana Pombo, DNA, Supercr3w, Elektrobotz and local talent, this show promises to be an electric celebration of dance.

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: $40 - $55  |  Our Price: $29 - $39


"A Charlie Brown Christmas": A Holiday Classic
at Larcom Theatre, Beverly

The only holiday moment more magical than watching "A Charlie Brown Christmas" on TV is watching it live on stage in this all-new production. Join good ol' Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the entire Peanuts gang for this fun, festive show that's a nostalgic trip for some and a holiday treat for all. Eric Schaeffer's acclaimed adaptation centers around everyone's favorite football-whiffing kid who, alarmed by the commercialism he sees all around him, tries to find the true meaning of Christmas. This very special show at the Larcom Theatre near Boston features brand new staging and direction, plus many of your favorite Christmas tunes.

Offer Dates: November 25, November 25, November 26, November 26, December 2, December 2, December 3, December 3, December 7, December 8, December 9, December 9, December 10, December 10

Full Price: $32  |  Our Price: $16


Broadway's Smash Hit "Something Rotten!"
at The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts, Worcester

You're sure to have a stinkin' good time when you see Broadway's "Something Rotten!" This "big, fat hit" ("New York Post") is set in the '90s -- the 1590s, that is -- and tells the hilarious story of Nick and Nigel Bottom, two brothers desperate to write their own hit play while the "rock star" Shakespeare keeps getting all the hits. When a local soothsayer foretells that the future of theater involves singing, dancing and acting at the same time, Nick and Nigel set out to write the world's very first musical. With its heart on its ruffled sleeve and sequins in its soul, "Something Rotten!" is ""The Producers" plus "Spamalot" plus "The Book of Mormon". Squared!" ("New York Magazine"). Don't miss out on getting your tickets to this dazzling show at The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts in Worcester.

Offer Dates: February 20, February 21, February 22, February 25

Full Price: $44 - $79  |  Our Price: $44 - $79


"KERPLUNK!": Family Improv Show With Space Pirates, Talking Dogs & More
at The Rockwell, Somerville

Are your kids feeling imaginative? Well, grab your family and come on out to flex those creative muscles at Kerplunk!, where each show is a unique musical adventure created from audience suggestions. Whether it's filled with space pirates, talking dogs or trees that like to wrap people up in hugs, every performance is based on fresh ideas from the crowd, so no two shows are the same at the Rockwell in Somerville.

Offer Dates: October 28, November 11, November 25, December 9, December 23

Full Price: COMP - $15  |  Our Price: FREE - $7.50


Martial Arts, Acrobatics, Contortionists & More
at Mechanics Hall, Worcester

Direct from Tianjin, the People's Republic of China, The Martial Artists and Acrobats was established in 1957 to tour internationally. "China Soul" will bring feats of strength and agility to Mechanics Hall, from contortionists to juggling teams, and from recreations of ancient battle scenes to lasso artists, for an evening especially suited to families looking for a night out with children of any age.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $49  |  Our Price: $24.50


"Your Terrible Ex!" -- Improv Show Based on Bad Relationships
at The Riot Theater, Jamaica Plain

Awful relationships cause more than their fair share of heartaches (and headaches), and now Naffy Improv comes to the rescue with "Your Terrible Ex!" From clingers to cheapos to deadbeats and beyond, Boston's top cast of improvisers will transform all of your real relationship nightmares into one hilarious show that'll make your sides ache with laughter. Even if you've never had a cringe-worthy love life, you'll still get a kick out of seeing everyone else's stories unfold before your very eyes. You're guaranteed to enjoy this bad date when "You're Terrible Ex!" takes over The Riot Theater.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 27, November 3, November 10, November 17

Full Price: $5  |  Our Price: COMP


Ultrasonic Rock Orchestra: "Bowie Lives!"
at Regent Theatre, Arlington

Longtime Boston faves U.R.O. are back with their latest rock spectacular, a tribute to the late, great Thin White Duke himself. The 10-member Ultrasonic Rock Orchestra has been together for more than a decade, breathing new life into '60s and '70s classics from the UK and blowing audiences away with their dynamic renditions of hits by The Who, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Queen and more. Witness their "audacious display of vocal power" ("The Boston Globe") at the Regent Theatre in Arlington as they salute David Bowie with a special set featuring huge hits and deep cuts, including "Fame," "Ziggy Stardust," "Golden Years," "Suffragette City," "Space Oddity" and more.

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $32 - $42  |  Our Price: $16 - $20


The Ultimate Beatles Tribute Band: The Fab Four
at Cary Memorial Hall, Lexington

Revered as "the best Beatles show in the world" by the "Los Angeles Times", The Fab Four is the ultimate Beatles tribute act. With a stunning stage show that spans the brief but timeless career of The Beatles (including three costume changes to signify different eras), this uncanny reenactment has been performed the world over. Delivering one note-for-note song rendition after the next -- including classics like "Can't Buy Me Love," "Yesterday," "Penny Lane," "A Day in the Life," "Here Comes the Sun," "Hey Jude" and many more -- The Fab Four have so perfected their performance that you may just forget you aren't actually watching the real thing. See the Fab Four at Cary Memorial Hall in Lexington.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $39 - $49  |  Our Price: $19.50 - $49


Cantata Singers Perform Mozart, Haydn and Zelenka
at Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory, Boston

Cantata Singers' 54th season opens with Mozart's "Misericordias Domini", Haydn's Symphony No. 80, and the United States premiere of the "Missa Divi Xaverii" by Czech Baroque composer Jan Dismas Zelenka. Reconstructed from a damaged manuscript three centuries after its original premiere, Zelenka's uplifting and optimistic piece features some of his most expressive and lavish music. Enjoy this evening of music at the New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall. Stay afterward for a post-concert soirée honoring David Hoose's 35th anniversary as Music Director.

Offer Dates: November 3

Full Price: $25 - $75  |  Our Price: $12.50 - $37.50


Boston Jazz Cruise: Live Entertainment & Vintage Style
at Northern Lights, Boston

Cruise on back to the Roaring '20s aboard a vintage-style yacht, accompanied by a live ensemble playing great tunes from the golden age of jazz and beyond. This 90-minute trip through Boston Harbor on the elegantly-appointed Northern Lights offers relaxation and romance, with sparkling views of the city at night, dancing in the climate-controlled cabin, plus champagne and mixed drinks available for purchase from the onboard bar. You'll be entertained by the Benjamin Young Trio from the world-famous Berklee College of Music, featuring Young on bass, composer Dabin Ryu on piano and James Davis on drums.

Offer Dates: October 21, November 4

Full Price: $46.20  |  Our Price: $27.85


International Gem and Jewelry Show at Royal Plaza Trade Center
at Royal Plaza Trade Center, Marlborough

This is the most dazzling display of gems, jewelry, beads, accessories and minerals you'll ever see under one roof. Since the 1960s, the acclaimed International Gem and Jewelry Show has been bringing a fantastic selection of jewelry at the lowest prices to locations across the country, and now the show is back in town. You can expect to find colored gemstones, exquisite fine jewelry, gold and silver earrings, necklaces and bracelets, beads and crystals, ethnic jewelry, classic pearls, vintage estate jewelry, engagement rings and wedding bands, designer watches and one-of-a-kind seasonal pieces. With a varied selection and special show pricing direct from worldwide designers and manufacturers, this show is perfect for gem enthusiasts, jewelry lovers and anyone looking for unique new accessories at a great price.

Offer Dates: November 3

Full Price: $6  |  Our Price: COMP


"The Dinner Detective": An Interactive Mystery Dinner Show
at Holiday Inn Boston - Somerville, Somerville

A favorite across the country, "The Dinner Detective" serves up a tasty whodunit along with a seated four-course dinner. And since this popular comic murder mystery is set in the present day, you'll never know whether someone at your table is one of the talented cast of improvisers. In fact, everyone's a suspect, including you. The event starts out with a reception featuring tray-passed hors d'oeuvres, followed by the meal, which includes salad, an entree and dessert. Between courses you can expect plenty of murder, mayhem and hidden clues coming to light as you puzzle through the crime. The top sleuth even wins a prize package at the end of the evening -- not to mention serious bragging rights.

Offer Dates: October 28, November 4, December 9, December 16, December 30

Full Price: $99.59  |  Our Price: $59.75


Nobuntu: African A Capella
at Rogers Center for the Arts, North Andover

Nobuntu, the female a cappella quintet from Zimbabwe, has drawn international acclaim for its inventive performances that range from traditional Zimbabwean songs to Afro-jazz to gospel. The ensemble's concerts are performed with pure voices, augmented by minimalistic percussion, traditional instruments such as the Mbira (thumb piano) and organic, authentic dance movements. Nobuntu has performed at festivals and concert halls in Italy, Austria, Germany, Belgium, the Czech Republic and throughout the African continent. Now the group comes to the Rogers Center for the Arts in North Andover.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Jazz Musician Plays it Cool in "Lost Tempo"
at Boston Playwrights' Theatre - Odyssey Theatre, Boston

Gifted jazz saxophonist Willie "Cool" Jones is lured back from Paris by his old flame Babs with the promise of ownership in Mitzy's Jazz Kitchen, but Cool's inner demons compete with his ambitions as he tries to make sense of his life. Cliff Odle's new play "Lost Tempo" at Boston's Odyssey Theatre is a jazz riff on the addictions from which we all suffer, musical and otherwise.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Live Irish Music Cruise on 1920s-Style Yacht
at Northern Lights, Boston

Enjoy the wonderful weather with a Live Irish Music Cruise, a 90-minute tour of Boston Harbor that provides musical entertainment for a crowd-pleasing journey. Step aboard the "Northern Lights", a 1920s-style New England yacht, and hear Irish tunes inspired by Boston, classic Boston Irish songs and sea shanties, performed by Slainte, a Boston-based Irish band. See the beautiful Boston Skyline and iconic waterfront sites while enjoying song and a little dance (if you're up to it) on this unique sailing experience. Drinks and snacks are available for purchase.

Offer Dates: October 27, November 3

Full Price: $46.20  |  Our Price: $27.85


Dine & Dance Aboard One of the Spirit of Boston's Dinner Cruises
at Spirit of Boston, Boston

Head for Boston's historic Seaport District and spend a few unforgettable hours aboard a Spirit of Boston cruise. Choose from the two-hour Sunset Dinner Cruise or the three-hour Dinner Cruise. On each trip, you'll dine on a delicious buffet dinner, then dance to hits from one of the city's top DJs on this beautiful ship. You'll also be able to catch breathtaking views of the city's historic and contemporary landmarks that make up its iconic skyline. Spirit Cruises has been successfully serving Boston for more than 20 years.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $134.80  |  Our Price: $94.36


Cocoa, Carols & Christmas Cheer on Boston Harbor Yacht Cruise
at Northern Lights, Boston

Ring in the holiday season with a warm and cozy cruise around Boston Harbor aboard the Northern Lights luxury yacht, all while enjoying piping hot cocoa and singing along to Christmas carols with musicians and vocalists from the Berklee School of Music. This cruise gives you a breathtaking view of the Boston waterfront, including landmarks like the U.S.S. Constitution, the Bunker Hill Monument and the Marriott Custom House Tower. No matter how chilly it gets outside, you can count on being nice and toasty in the Northern Lights' climate controlled cabin, where there's plenty of lounge furniture to snuggle up on and snacks and drinks available for purchase.

Offer Dates: November 25, November 25, December 1, December 1, December 7, December 7, December 16, December 16, December 17, December 22, December 22, December 26, December 26, December 30, December 30

Full Price: $46.20  |  Our Price: $27.85


'60s Legends Herman's Hermits With Peter Noone
at Barnstable Performing Arts Center, Hyannis

Part of the British Invasion that produced the Beatles and the Stones, Herman's Hermits made their mark on the pop charts with more than 60 millions records sold. Led by charismatic singer Peter Noone, the band put up hit after hit in the '60s including "I'm Into Something Good," "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter," "Can't You Hear My Heartbeat," "There's a Kind of Hush," "A Must To Avoid," the novelty classic "I'm Henry VIII, I Am," and many more. Decades later, Noone's extraordinary talent, wit and compelling stage presence still delight loyal fans, who call themselves Noonatics. Don't miss this chance to experience one of the original English beat bands live in concert at Barnstable Performing Arts Center in Hyannis.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $39 - $59  |  Our Price: $19.50 - $59


Boston Pops Holiday Concert With Santa Claus & More
at SNHU Arena, Manchester

Conductor Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops Orchestra capture the magic of the Christmas season with their beloved Holiday Pops concert. Inspired by the winter charms of New England, the Boston Pops -- hailed as "America's Orchestra" -- will be joined by The Metropolitan Chorale to perform holiday classics and new arrangements of seasonal favorites. Santa Claus himself will make a guest appearance during the concert's finale, followed by the traditional Boston Pops Holiday Sing-a-long to bring this special performance at SNHU Arena in Manchester to a close.

Offer Dates: December 16

Full Price: $58 - $78  |  Our Price: $43.50 - $58.50


"Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare": Drunken Cast Takes on "Much Ado About Nothing"
at The Rockwell, Somerville

Fans of "Drunk History" and all its slurred education will fall over laughing at "Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare", which combines an entirely serious Shakespeare play with an entirely inebriated cast member. For the last six years, "Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare" has been performed in the darkest corners and diviest bars in the U.K., and the cast is finally bringing the good time to Boston. Side-splitting, raucous and completely interactive, the show is fresh off sell-out runs at the Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe festivals, where cast members drink beer, wine and whiskey on stage, drunkenly sing the "Dawson's Creek" theme song and occasionally (accidentally, of course) bare a nipple or two. Brush up on your Bard knowledge, and head down to the Davis Square Theatre for "Much Ado About Nothing", because this is Shakespeare as you never knew you wanted to see him before.

Offer Dates: October 29

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $15


BSO: Berlioz's Soul-Stirring "The Damnation of Faust"
at Boston Symphony Hall, Boston

Would you trade your immortal soul for all the mortal pleasures of this world? That's at the heart and, well, soul of "The Damnation of Faust", Berlioz's epic musical work for solo voices, chorus, orchestra and children's chorus based on Goethe's haunting dramatic poem. Goethe's "Faust" resonated strongly in the Romantic era, particularly the title character's attempt to transcend human limitations via science and magic at the cost of promising his soul to Mephistopheles. The very human tragic love story, centered on Faust and his innocent love Marguerite, looms large in Berlioz's setting, which was the first major work to grapple with Goethe's far-reaching text. "The Damnation of Faust" has held a special place in the BSO's repertoire since Koussevitzky led the orchestra's first complete performances in 1934. Now Charles Dutoit leads the Boston Symphony Orchestra and an outstanding cast in this sure-to-be-epic performance at Boston Symphony Hall. Performed in French with English supertitles.

Offer Dates: October 26, October 28

Full Price: $49 - $70  |  Our Price: $24 - $30


Improv & Sketch Comedy Converge at Improv Asylum's "The Sunday Night Show"
at Improv Asylum, Boston

Like a subterranean mashup of "Whose Line Is It Anyway" and "Saturday Night Live", Improv Asylum's "Sunday Night Show" combines sketch comedy and improv in one, beautifully renovated basement locale. Since 1997, Improv Asylum has been supplying Boston with some of the biggest laughs in town, courtesy of its main stage players, house teams and student shows. Get a taste of all of it as performers from every corner of the company hit the stage for both spontaneous and scripted comedy. You never know what to expect at "The Sunday Night Show", except that it's sure to be funny.

Offer Dates: October 22, November 5, November 12, November 19, November 26

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Enjoy a Luxury Dinner Cruise on Boston Harbor
at The Odyssey, Boston

Cruise through Boston Harbor aboard the luxurious and recently updated Odyssey, and enjoy unparalleled views of the city's greatest landmarks. You'll be treated to a delicious dinner, along with an opportunity to dance to the music of a live band or DJs. Creative appetizers, entrees and desserts are prepared fresh on board daily, and the charming waitstaff will offer an assortment of award-winning wines. These cruises are great for special occasions and romantic evenings on the harbor.

Offer Dates: October 29, November 4, November 18, November 24

Full Price: $81.09 - $170.17  |  Our Price: $56.76 - $119.11


Guillermo Calderon's Politically Charged Drama "Kiss"
at Emerson Paramount Center Jackie Liebergott Black Box, Boston

Two couples meet for dinner to take their minds off the war raging around Syria. An unexpected profession of love, an untimely proposal and one kiss later, one member of the foursome lies dead on the floor. Chilean playwright Guillermo Calderón's newest play "Kiss" is a play within a play, breaking open cultural barriers and challenging us to confront the limits of our own understanding of other cultures. "The New York Times" dubbed Calderón "Chile's most acclaimed playwright-director of the last two decades." See why when "Kiss" comes to Boston's Emerson Paramount Center.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 28, October 29, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 4, November 5, November 9, November 10, November 11, November 11, November 12, November 16, November 17, November 18, November 18, November 19

Full Price: $60  |  Our Price: $20 - $37.50


"An Irish Christmas Carol" -- Holiday Cruise on the Northern Lights
at Northern Lights, Boston

Bundle up in your favorite festive Christmas sweater, take to the water and experience some maritime merriness with "An Irish Christmas Carol". Aboard 1920's New England-style motor yacht Northern Lights, you can sing along to cheerful holiday ballads led by house Irish band Slainte, partake of a mug of cocoa (or something stronger) and immerse yourself in Celtic Christmas cheer. The vessel will be decked out with festive décor and the sounds of carols will fill the air. This 90-minute cruise offers stunning panoramic views of the Boston skyline and iconic waterfront, including the Bunker Hill Monument, the USS Constitution and the Marriott Custom House Tower.

Offer Dates: November 18, November 30, December 9, December 9, December 15, December 15, December 19, December 19, December 21, December 21, December 27, December 27, December 29, December 29

Full Price: $46.20  |  Our Price: $27.85


Holiday Jazz Cruise Aboard Yacht Northern Lights
at Northern Lights, Boston

The toasty Northern Lights yacht in full holiday décor ushers you atop the water as you view the city lights of Boston Harbor and enjoy jazzy Christmas tunes. Hot chocolate, peppermint schnapps and Irish coffees are available for purchase, then you can snuggle up on the lounge furniture and enjoy panoramic views of the Boston skyline, the Bunker Hill Monument, USS Constitution and the Marriott Custom House Tower. With jazzy Christmas classics, the Benjamin Young Jazz Trio of the Berklee School of Music gets you in the holiday spirit during this festive cruise.

Offer Dates: November 24, December 2, December 8, December 14, December 20, December 23, December 28

Full Price: $46.20  |  Our Price: $27.85


Stand-Up for Vets Comedy Show
at Plymouth Memorial Hall, Plymouth

To honor the veterans who stood up for us when it counted, Lenny Clarke and Christine Hurley are standing up for them: stand-up, more specifically. Show your support, and your thanks, by coming to Plymouth Memorial Hall for a night of stand-up comedy hosted by WPLM morning guy Tom Stewart. The evening promises to be a laugh-packed show for everyone, with proceeds to help support Veteran Services of Plymouth and Greater Plymouth Habitat for Humanity, and their goal of constructing the first house built for veterans in Plymouth.

Offer Dates: November 10

Full Price: $28  |  Our Price: $15.50


"The King and I" -- Rodgers & Hammerstein's Beloved Musical - Pre-Sale
at The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts, Worcester

Lincoln Center Theatre's Tony-winning production of this classic musical, dubbed "breathtaking and exquisite" by "The New York Times", makes a royal appearance at the Hanover Theatre in Worcester. Set in 1860's Bangkok, "The King and I" tells the story of the unconventional and tempestuous relationship that develops between the King of Siam and Anna Leonowens, a British schoolteacher whom the modernist king, in an imperialistic world, brings to Siam to teach his many wives and children. This Rodgers & Hammerstein revival is "too beautiful to miss," according to "New York" magazine, boasting a score with such beloved standards as "Getting To Know You," "I Whistle a Happy Tune," "Hello Young Lovers," "Shall We Dance" and "Something Wonderful." Get your pre-sale tickets now!

Offer Dates: May 15, May 16, May 17, May 20

Full Price: $51 - $81  |  Our Price: $51 - $81


"Powerhouse" Pianist George Li & The BPO
at Boston Symphony Hall, Boston

Maestro Benjamin Zander and the Boston Philharmonic welcome George Li, whose "staggering technical prowess, sense of command and depth of expression" have wowed "The Washington Post" and "The New York Times", which declared him a "powerhouse." At his first performances in Boston, the Lexington native's feet could barely reach the pedals. Now after winning Second Prize in the 2015 International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, he's become an artist in demand around the world. The work that so stunned audiences and juries in Moscow is the same one that he will be playing with the BPO, Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1. You'll also hear pieces by Wagner and Prokofiev at Boston Symphony Hall.

Offer Dates: November 26

Full Price: $15 - $30  |  Our Price: $7.50 - $15


"Getting Paid to Talk": An Introduction to Voice-Over
at Boston Hotel Buckminster, Boston

Have you ever been told you've got a great speaking voice? If you're interested in breaking into the growing world of voice acting for documentaries, cartoons, commercials and more, this popular introductory seminar is a great first step. Learn from an experienced professional what a professional voice demo sounds like, how to avoid common mistakes and what types are most in demand. Plus, you'll even get to record your own mock commercial script under the direction of the instructor/producer. Filled with practical advice rather than bogus "get rich quick" secrets, "Getting Paid to Talk" could be your first step towards an exciting new career, or just a fun and fascinating glimpse inside a unique industry.

Offer Dates: November 21

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: COMP - $15


Cynical Comedian Janeane Garofalo ("Wet Hot American Summer", "SNL")
at The Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield

Known for her incisive, cynical sense of humor, Janeane Garofalo got her start on TV's "Ben Stiller Show", before taking roles in TV shows and films like "Saturday Night Live", "The Cable Guy" and "Wet Hot American Summer". As a stand-up comedian, Garofalo almost always takes the stage with her notebook of ideas and news clippings, making verbose and hilarious commentary about whatever's on her mind at the moment. See this alternative comedy icon when she and her notebook come to The Colonial Theatre in Boston.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $39.50  |  Our Price: $20


"Jack and the Giant": A Fun Family Adventure
at Greater Boston Stage Company, Stoneham

Few things are more rewarding as a parent than a breathless, post-show conversation with little ones whose eyes have been opened to other worlds and new ideas through the power of live entertainment. And this joyous, heartfelt spin on the classic tale of Jack and the Beanstalk offers up just such an opportunity. Filled with intriguing new characters and a dynamic score, this family-friendly show from the dedicated young theatre artists of the Advanced Young Company Ensemble is an adventure your young ones won't want to miss. Journey with "Jack and the Giant" at the Greater Boston Stage Company in Stoneham.

Offer Dates: November 10, November 11, November 11, November 12, November 12

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Shen Yun Brings Ancient China Alive
at Boch Center Wang Theatre, Boston

World-famous performing-arts troupe Shen Yun summons an ancient Chinese world to vibrant life via traditional music, dance and acrobatics, along with spectacular animated backdrops, historically authentic costumes and thunderous orchestral sound. Their latest exciting stage extravaganza, "Experience a Divine Culture", stars a cast of 100 in a vividly colorful, exhilarating and heartfelt journey through 5,000 years of glorious civilization, now on the verge of disappearing completely. You'll see more than a dozen dance pieces, each with its own story, as well as several solo vocal and instrumental performances as part of the show "Broadway World" calls "extravagantly beautiful," when it arrives on stage at Boch Center Wang Theatre in Boston.

Offer Dates: December 27, December 28, December 29, December 30, December 30, December 31, January 1

Full Price: $90 - $200  |  Our Price: $80 - $188


Boston Philharmonic: Harbison, Gershwin & Stravinsky
at Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory, Boston

The Boston Philharmonic piles on the greatness with their season opener. Boston musical luminary John Harbison's Symphony No. 3 is one of the great American symphonies, a triumph of individualism through victories and defeats. You'll then hear works from two of Harbison's biggest influencers: Gershwin and Stravinsky. Famed Gershwin specialist Kevin Cole joins the orchestra for a very special performance of "Rhapsody in Blue" and the program closes out with the dynamic "Petrushka", easily one of the 20th century's greatest ballets and a seminal work of art. Arrive early to Jordan Hall at the New England Conservatory for a pre-concert talk from conductor Benjamin Zander.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $54 - $105  |  Our Price: $27 - $52.50


"The Marvelous Party": Poe-Themed Music & Poetry
at Multicultural Arts Center, Cambridge

Bridge Repertory Theater's immersive theatrical event, "The Marvelous Party", is back this Halloween, with the live performance of an iconic poem together with pop and musical theater classics. This year's mash-up features Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven" with devilish favorites, like Michael Jackson's "Thriller." Enjoy passed hors d'oeuvres and a bar with beer and wine for purchase at this one-night-only event at Cambridge's Multicultural Arts Center. Costumes are encouraged.

Offer Dates: October 31

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $20


Boston Philharmonic: Harbison, Gershwin & Stravinsky
at Sanders Theatre at Harvard University, Cambridge

The Boston Philharmonic piles on the greatness with their season opener. Boston musical luminary John Harbison's Symphony No. 3 is one of the great American symphonies, a triumph of individualism through victories and defeats. You'll then hear works from two of Harbison's biggest influencers: Gershwin and Stravinsky. Famed Gershwin specialist Kevin Cole joins the orchestra for a very special performance of "Rhapsody in Blue" and the program closes out with the dynamic "Petrushka", easily one of the 20th century's greatest ballets and a seminal work of art. Arrive to Sanders Theatre at Harvard University early for a pre-concert talk from conductor Benjamin Zander.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $54 - $84  |  Our Price: $27 - $42


Silent Classic "The Man Who Laughs"
at Regent Theatre, Arlington

A powerful silent film that had an impact on Hollywood decades later, "The Man Who Laughs" is based on a lesser-known novel by Victor Hugo. Starring Conrad Veidt as Gwynplaine, a man whose face was permanently disfigured into a hideous grin, this 1928 film features a great story, arresting visuals and memorable makeup that inspired the look of The Joker in Batman comics. With live accompaniment provided by Jeff Rapsis, the film continues the Silent Movie Night series at the Regent Theatre in Arlington.

Offer Dates: October 25

Full Price: $14  |  Our Price: $7


"She Loves Me" -- A Sentimental Musical Comedy
at Greater Boston Stage Company, Stoneham

A pair of feuding perfume shop employees don't realize that they're secretly and anonymously writing love letters to each other in the sentimental musical comedy "She Loves Me". You can think of it as NBC's "Superstore" but with music. The Tony Award-winning tale also features music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick -- the same pair that wrote the tunes for the Broadway classic "Fiddler on the Roof". Produced on Broadway in 1963 and revived in 1993, the story is adapted from the play "Parfumerie" by Hungarian playwright Miklos Laszlo, which served as the inspiration for the films "The Shop Around the Corner" and "You've Got Mail". Enjoy this production of "She Loves Me" at the Greater Boston Stage Company in Stoneham.

Offer Dates: November 24, November 25, November 26, November 30, December 1, December 2, December 2, December 3, December 7, December 8, December 9, December 9, December 10, December 14, December 15, December 16, December 16, December 17, December 21, December 22, December 23, December 23

Full Price: $55  |  Our Price: $27.50


Fire and Wine: Wine Tasting and Glass Blowing Demonstration
at Diablo Glass School, Boston

When you savor a glass of fine wine, the glass you drink it in contributes to your enjoyment, whether you realize it or not. Have you ever wondered how exactly coarse little grains of sand become those delicate, translucent objects? See for yourself as you enjoy a tasting of delicious wine, cheese and a selection of snacks while experiencing a glass blowing demonstration from Boston's Diablo Glass School. One lucky guest will go home with a unique glass piece from the event.

Offer Dates: October 28, November 25, December 30

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $17.50


"The Revolutionists": Fierce Females Living Boldly in Paris During Reign of Terror
at Central Square Theater, Cambridge

Putting her own spin on the national motto of France, "Liberte, Egalite, Sororite," Helen Hayes-nominated playwright Lauren Gunderson has penned yet another stellar tale of women in history. Join playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, Haitian activist Marianne Angelle and former queen Marie Antoinette as they conspire to avoid literally losing their heads during the insanity of the Reign of Terror. "The Revolutionists" is an irreverent, fantastical comedy that examines feminism, extremism, art, and how we actually go about changing the world. See The Nora Theatre Company's staging of the show at the Central Square Theater in Cambridge.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 22, October 23, October 25, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29, October 31

Full Price: $43 - $52  |  Our Price: $20 - $52


Two Comedy Teams Locked in a Battle of Hilarity: "Face Off"
at ImprovBoston, Cambridge

A pair of ImprovBoston's best comedy teams battle for your approval in "Face Off", an improvisational comedy competition in which your laughter and applause will determine which is the mightier team. Both groups are battling for the highly coveted Cheapest Trophy in the World, but only one team can walk away with the sweet taste of victory; the other will sulk away in hilariously agonizing defeat. The real champion, though, is the audience, who gets to enjoy a high-spirited comedy show without fear of defeat. Talk about a major win. "Face Off" features everything from improv games to team challenges, so kick back and enjoy the spirit of competition.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28

Full Price: $18  |  Our Price: $9


Dan Soder ("Conan") Headlines Laugh Boston
at Laugh Boston, Boston

When intimated, a porcupine spikes its quills, a cobra flicks its tongue ... and comedian Dan Soder? Well, his defense mechanism is to affect a Russian accent (because "Russians are the scariest white people"). His hilarious sets are full of such pro-tips and off-center insights, all illustrated with amazing impressions of oddballs, old people and toddlers-who-are-way-too-good-with-iPads. He's been on TBS' "Conan" and Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham" and has hosted the Yahoo! web series "Mansome", produced by Morgan Spurlock, Jason Bateman and Will Arnett. Lately, he has been a frequent guest and a "third mic" on the hit radio show "Opie with Jim Norton". Now he steps back onto the stand-up stage at Laugh Boston.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 21

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Divas With a Twist Sings All Your Fave Hits
at Regent Theatre, Arlington

"I am woman; hear me roar" could be their anthem. The Boston-based music group featuring five powerhouse female vocalists known collectively as Divas With a Twist is coming to Regent Theatre in Arlington. Tracy Silva, Christine Joyce, Nicole Malagodi, Joyce MacPhee and Paula Markowicz possess some of the strongest and hottest female voices in the region, belting out hits from artists like Queen, The Who, Gloria Estefan, The Temptations, Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson, Maroon Five, Lady Gaga, Adele and many more. They've been wowing sold-out crowds all over, and this is your chance to be part of the excitement as they take the stage backed by Grammy-nominated musicians.

Offer Dates: October 27

Full Price: $22.50  |  Our Price: $12


Multi-Instrumentalist Yazhi Guo
at Longy School of Music - Pickman Concert Hall, Cambridge

Acclaimed by music critics as "the best suona player in China," Yazhi Guo makes his Boston Musica Viva debut as a featured soloist in a complex and intriguing work by Pulitzer Prize-winner Zhou Long. In Metal, Stone, Silk, Bamboo, Yazhi will showcase an array of unique woodwind instruments chosen in consultation with the composer that are rarely seen or heard in the West. Representing the West (by way of the Northeast) are four composers with long ties to BMV: A world premiere by MIT's Peter Child, and previous BMV commissions by Joyce Mekeel, William Kraft, and Scottish composer David Horne.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $10 - $30  |  Our Price: COMP - $15


Ivan Amodei: Master Magician & Live Music
at Boston Park Plaza, Boston

Master illusionist Ivan Amodei brings his acclaimed show to a luxurious candlelit theater at the Boston Park Plaza. With live musical accompaniment by a talented concert cellist, this intimate, 90-minute performance cleverly combines world-class sleight-of-hand, entertaining storytelling and audience participation with razor-sharp wit and an interesting theatrical twist. Amodei not only recreates the famously dangerous story of William Tell, but also reveals and demonstrates one of Houdini's biggest secrets as well. Original illusions include the Einstein-inspired "E=MC2" and showstopper "The Miracle Worker." Recently honored by the mayor of Beverly Hills, Calif., for his contribution to magic, this highly skilled performer's amazing technique and great comedic timing have earned him the reputation as "Entertainer to the Stars."

Offer Dates: December 26, December 26, December 27, December 27, December 27

Full Price: $65  |  Our Price: $36


"The Music Man": Family Favorite Marches Into Town
at Eliot Hall, Jamaica Plain

Always a feel-good favorite, the Tony-winning musical comedy "The Music Man" follows the adventures of fast-talking "Professor" Harold Hill, who plans to con the good people of an Iowa town into buying instruments for a boys' band he has no intention of organizing, then marching off with their hard-earned cash. But there's trouble right there in River City when he becomes fond of the townspeople and falls for the lovely Marian the Librarian, even as she begins to see through his scheme. Showing at Eliot Hall in the Boston area, this uplifting and entertaining show sparkles with memorable tunes like "Seventy-Six Trombones," "Ya Got Trouble," "Till There Was You," "Goodnight, My Someone" and many more.

Offer Dates: November 4, November 5, November 10, November 11, November 12, November 17, November 18, November 18

Full Price: $28  |  Our Price: $14


Indie Horror Film "Halloween Pussytrap! Kill! Kill!"
at Regent Theatre, Arlington

While out on tour over Halloween, an all-girl candy-raver band named Kill Pussy Kill is presented with an insidious series of deadly traps. Kidnapped and locked in a "Saw"-style torture house, they're forced to turn on each other with brutal weaponry and grisly violence to have a chance at freedom. The terrifying new indie horror flick features model and soap opera star Richard Grieco, the voice of Megadeth, Dave Mustaine (as the ersatz Jigsaw behind the heroines' torment), and one of the former stars of "Sharktopus". Catch "Halloween Pussytrap! Kill! Kill!" at Arlington's Regent Theatre.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 30, October 31, November 1

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: $6


Boston Philharmonic Performs Berlioz & Sibelius
at Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory, Boston

Kim Kashkashian has been numbered among a small handful of leading violists in the world since her debut. No one has championed new music more tirelessly than she has, and no one has explored the standard repertory with greater freshness of perspective. So inviting Kashkashian to join the Boston Philharmonic in performing Berlioz's beloved "Harold in Italy" was a forgone conclusion. Berlioz's great work is, like virtually everything by that composer, "sui generis", merging elements of symphony, concerto and tone poem. Throughout the work the viola intertwines with the orchestra like a solitary wanderer moving from one unfamiliar landscape to another, ever observant but always alone. Berlioz's conception was unique when he wrote it and has engendered uncountable imitators ever since. This is the real thing. Sibelius' Second Symphony is the Finnish symphony "par excellence". From the time of its first performance, Finns have understood it as a statement about Finnish nationalism, and although it has never been clear if that was really Sibelius' intention, the Finnish people, and everyone else, continue to be deeply moved by its apparent message and indomitable spirit. The orchestra has performed it several times in the past, and each has been an uplifting and memorable occasion. Come and be uplifted and entertained by this concert at Jordan Hall at the New England Conservatory.

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $54 - $84  |  Our Price: $27 - $42


Live Improv Comedy
at Cinema Salem, Salem

Looking for a creative and hilarious evening of comedy? Accidentally on Purpose Comedy Improv Troupe will improvise a laughter-filled night at Cinema Salem. The unique AOP style is similar to the hit TV show "Who's Line Is It Anyway?" and is complete with audience interaction. Come and be prepared to offer suggestions for the group, then sit back, watch the laughter and madness ensue as the troupe puts your suggestions to work in hilarious improvisational scenes. Audience members contribute ideas and (only if they desire) can also join the comedians on stage to participate. The results are unpredictable, timely, high-risk, and often brilliant!

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 26, October 27, October 28

Full Price: $17  |  Our Price: $8.50


Modern Dance Meets Hip Hop
at The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

Boston choreographer Anna Myer and Dancers have been creating and performing an innovative mix of modern dance and hip-hop for more than 20 years. For their latest appearance, presented by World Music/CRASHarts at the city's Institute of Contemporary Art, the acclaimed nine-member troupe will explore the ongoing, ever-present and always challenging shifts in American culture in an all-new work. They'll be accompanied by a violist and a master DJ for this world-premiere piece by Myer, who's been dubbed "a creative force to be reckoned with" by the "Boston Globe."

Offer Dates: November 10, November 11

Full Price: $36  |  Our Price: $28


The Eagles Experience: Eagles Tribute
at Larcom Theatre, Beverly

The Eagles Experience aims to be the most authentic Eagles tribute show available today. With a one-to-one lineup that reflects the Eagles during their heyday in the late 1970s, the each member of The Eagles Experience emulates his respective "Eagle," playing the correct instrument and singing the songs as sung by their protege with spot-on accuracy. Hear the Eagles' biggest hits, from "Take it Easy" to "Hotel California," as well as little-known gems when The Eagles Experience brings their concert show to Larcom Theatre in Boston.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $27  |  Our Price: $13.50


"The Mystery Lounge": Magic & Comedy Mix in Long-Running Show
at Hong Kong Restaurant, Cambridge

Looking to put a little magic in your night? Needing a good laugh? Look no further than Boston's longest running magic show, "The Mystery Lounge". From sleight of hand to mentalism to theatrical illusions, from outrageous belly laughs to subtle wit, the performers bring a wide range of entertainment to the stage at the Hong Kong Restaurant in Cambridge. Running for over 20 years, this fast-paced show gets you involved as it blows your mind and tickles your funny bone.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 25

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $12.50


Irma Thomas, Blind Boys of Alabama and Preservation Legacy Quintet Live
at Berklee Performance Center, Boston

It's a special evening of music as three legendary artists take the stage at Berklee Performance Center for a night of soul and jazz sounds. Grammy-winning singer Irma Thomas, the "Soul Queen of New Orleans," joins forces with six-time Grammy winners The Blind Boys of Alabama and the Preservation Legacy Quintet, made up of alums from the legendary Preservation Hall Jazz Band in New Orleans. These amazing musicians will raise your spirits and touch your soul during this powerhouse concert presented by World Music/CRASHarts.

Offer Dates: November 3

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Live Screening: "Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead"
at Emerson Paramount Center Bright Family Screening Room, Boston

Daniel Radcliffe ("Harry Potter, The Woman in Black"), Joshua McGuire ("The Hour") and David Haig ("Four Weddings and a Funeral, The Witness for the Prosecution") star in Tom Stoppard's hilarious situation comedy, broadcast live from the stage of The Old Vic in London direct to the big screen at the Emerson Paramount Center in Boston. David Leveaux's new production marks the 50th anniversary of the play that set Tom Stoppard's career in motion. Two hapless minor characters in a production of "Hamlet" stumble their way in and out of the action of Shakespeare's iconic drama, drifting increasingly out of their depth as their version of the story unfolds.

Offer Dates: October 28, October 28, October 29

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Guitar Craft Symposium & Concert by Bill Frisell
at Umbrella Center for the Arts, Concord

Just a neck, a sound box and a few strings -- that's all it takes to create a rudimentary stringed instrument. But luthiers, the artisans who meticulously build these instruments by hand, elevate the craft of guitar and violin building to an art form unto itself, combining precise construction and acoustics with designs so gorgeous, their instruments don't even have to be strummed, plucked or bowed to sing. With "Breaking the Mold", The Umbrella Gallery celebrates this fascinating craft with a daylong symposium on contemporary and traditional instrument construction. Keynote speaker Master Luthier Steven Kauffman, builder of Steve Klein acoustic guitars, will be joined by violin maker Dave Golber, Canadian luthier Peggy White and more, along with an expert panel that includes the legendary Steve Klein himself. The day concludes with a special concert by one of the most sought-after guitar voices in contemporary music, Bill Frisell.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $75  |  Our Price: $37.50


"Men in Motion": Seductive Striptease
at Guilt Nightclub, Boston

The "Men in Motion" may be performing at a Boston nightclub called Guilt, but they'll be taking you on a different kind of trip altogether when their steamy male revue hits the stage. Designed to fuel your fantasies and feed your desires, this talented troupe of hard-bodied dancers stands at the ready to heat things up with thumping music, seductive theatrics and of course, plenty of "Magic Mike"-style moves. Whatever your special occasion -- birthday, bachelorette, divorce party -- or no occasion at all, this show is specially designed to provide you with the perfect girls' night out.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28

Full Price: $25 - $35  |  Our Price: COMP - $24


"The Magic Fire": An Argentine Family's Story
at Unity Church, Somerville

"The Magic Fire" invites you into the lively home of an immigrant family in Buenos Aires of the 1950s. In this enchanting play, Argentinean-American playwright Lillian Groag explores the connections between memory, history and art through the eyes of a child, revisited from the perspective of adulthood. By turns funny, loving and politically alarming, "The Magic Fire" weaves a spell of tango and opera, treasured memories and hidden truths. Since its debut at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in 1997, "The Magic Fire" has been produced only a handful of times. Theatre@First is proud to give this magical work its New England premiere at Unity Church in Somerville.

Offer Dates: November 10, November 11, November 12, November 16, November 17

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


"The Last Laugh": Risqué Late Night Comedy
at ImprovBoston, Cambridge

ImprovBoston's "The Last Laugh" comedy showcase is definitely not for kids. In fact, it might not even be for some "adults". Every Saturday, this naughty hour of comedy delivers all the filthy fun you can handle. It's a different style of comedy each time -- from improv to sketch to stand-up -- all served up at the witching hour. Check your hang-ups at the door and settle in for something raunchy, profane and just the right kind of wrong.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28, November 4, November 11, November 18, November 25, December 2, December 9, December 16, December 23, December 30

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


"Stories to Scenes": Improv Comedy Pulled From Real-Life Tales
at The Riot Theater, Jamaica Plain

With "Stories to Scenes", Improv Jones Boston and storytelling collective MassMouth set out to prove that fact can often be stranger than fiction ... and funnier, too. At this monthly Riot Theater event, you'll hear real-life tales of humor, tragedy and more, as relayed by renowned local storytellers. Plus, you'll get to see members of the veteran improv comedy group create spontaneous new scenes -- filled with humor that's fast-paced, clever and physical -- inspired by the stories you've just heard. There's a diverse cast of bards and a new mix of irreverent comedy at each performance.

Offer Dates: October 21, November 18, December 16

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Hilarious & Interactive "The Mystery of Edwin Drood"
at Rogers Center for the Arts, North Andover

"The Mystery of Edwin Drood" is a hilarious interactive whodunit mystery musical that allows the audience to enter the action and become the ultimate detectives. The show is based on Charles Dickens' unfinished novel of the same name. In the small town of Cloisterham, England, the young and charming Edwin Drood has been mysteriously murdered. But by whom? Dickens passed away before he was able to reveal the culprit, but Rupert Holmes' award-winning musical solves this predicament by asking the audience to choose which character is the killer by putting it to a vote. Enjoy this charming and inventive musical at the Rogers Center for the Arts in North Andover.

Offer Dates: November 16, November 17, November 18, November 18

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


"The Nefarious, Immoral, But Highly Profitable Enterprise of Mr. Burke & Mr. Hare"
at Boston Center for the Arts - Cyclorama, Boston

When Edinburgh's world-renowned anatomy schools face a cadaver shortage in the 1820s, two men smell a money-making enterprise. Based on historical events, "The Nefarious, Immoral, But Highly Profitable Enterprise of Mr. Burke & Mr. Hare" follows the infamous 10-month killing spree of William Burke and William Hare -- and questions how far society will go in the name of "science". With music by Julian Grant and libretto by Mark Campbell, this highly theatrical and brutally funny chamber opera brings both gore and glee to Boston Center for the Arts - Cyclorama.

Offer Dates: November 9, November 12

Full Price: $72 - $102  |  Our Price: $61.20 - $86.70


"Magic: The Gathering" Improv Show Parodies the Iconic Nerdcore Card Game
at The Riot Theater, Jamaica Plain

Prepare to witness to one of the greatest -- and funniest -- conflicts ever waged via little cardboard cards. Two wizards, bent on destroying each other because of an ancient grudge, enlist creatures of good (angels, elves, passers-by) and creatures of evil (goblins, trolls, tax collectors) to battle one another in a winner-takes-all showdown. Watch and help shape the action with your own cards as the wizards and their team of misfit fantasy junkies improvise a comedy battle for supremacy of the Riot Theater stage. This outrageous show premiered at the Geek Week Comedy Festival and just completed a feature run at ImprovBoston.

Offer Dates: November 4, December 2

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Hit the Bullseye With All-Ages Archery Lessons
at Adventure Activities at Everwood Day Camp, Sharon

So maybe we don't have the Hunger Games (yet), but it's still a fun challenge to learn to shoot a bow like Katniss Everdeen, and you never know when archery skills will come in handy. Archery is a great way to learn discipline and improve your focus and problem-solving skills. It's also great for balance, core strength and hand-eye coordination. And of course, it's super fun, especially with all kinds of challenges and games included in this one-hour lesson, taught by expert archery coaches. You'll learn how to use all the equipment and how to shoot safely, then you'll learn how to aim and shoot with precision and skill.

Offer Dates: October 26

Full Price: $49  |  Our Price: $31


Glass Blowing Demonstration: Family Experience
at Diablo Glass School, Boston

Looking to share a unique experience with your family this holiday season? Well, make your way to the hottest (literally) place in Boston: the Diablo Glass School. Take a break from the winter chill and warm up with a glass blowing demonstration. To top it off, you'll also have the opportunity to make a fused glass ornament or pendant -- an experience (and a keepsake) your family is bound to treasure for many years to come.

Offer Dates: October 29, November 12, November 26, December 10

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Burlesque Show "Sequins & Slapstick"
at Club Cafe, Boston

What goes together like peanut butter and jelly? Pasties and parodies? Classic and comedy? How about Rogue Burlesque's next show, "Sequins and Slapstick"! From the troupe that brought you "Burlesque Against Humanity" and "Burlesquing Burlesque", the Rogues are back with seductive elegance and high-energy comedy. With special guests, Marie Abbadon, the most recent Lucky 13 winner, and Kimmy Moore, it will be a night of shimmying and side-splitting entertainment. This show has the best of both worlds -- teasing and tantalizing alongside outlandish, over-the-top hijinks. So come out to Boston's Club Cafe and celebrate the many sides of Burlesque!

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Cabaret Entertainer Rod Ferguson
at Club Cafe, Boston

Rod Ferguson, one of cabaret's hottest new entertainers, premieres his wickedly funny show, "Some Others I've Seen", in Boston after its triumphant debut in Provincetown -- accompanied by Club Cafe's own Brian Patton on piano. Ferguson, who studied under Broadway legend Faith Prince and cabaret marvel Marilyn Maye, sings songs from the swing era. He's also got some funny stories to share about growing up gay in socially-conservative Bermuda, as well as some shocking tales about the characters he's met on his stumble toward love. "It's not all scandalous," Ferguson says. "There are at least a couple heartfelt moments." Beverages are available for purchase during the show, and afterward, the club offers a full food menu along with more entertainment and even sing-alongs.

Offer Dates: October 19

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Learn the Basics of Flameworking
at Diablo Glass School, Boston

This beginner course will introduce flameworking at a stationary bench torch. This class is the ideal way to enjoy the excitement of melting the glass in the torch while making your very own piece. Students will experience putting the melted glass on the mandrel, controlling, shaping and sculpting it to produce colorful beads. This course at Boston's Diablo Glass School is intended to briefly introduce flame work to the student for further consideration.

Offer Dates: October 28, November 25, December 30, January 27, February 24, March 24

Full Price: $65  |  Our Price: $32.50


Magician/Storyteller Evan Northrup
at Cinema Salem, Salem

"Tales of Magic" brings classic stories to life in a new way. In this 60-minute production, Evan Northrup weaves together fables, folks tales and fantasy with the art of illusion to create a show that's equal parts magic and storytelling. Come be a part of a performance full of family-friendly comedy and interactive mystery at Cinema Salem.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 26, October 27

Full Price: $17  |  Our Price: $8.50


Cantata Singers: "Missa solemnis"
at Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory, Boston

Cantata Singers returns to Boston's Jordan Hall this spring to perform Beethoven's epic "Missa solemnis", paired with Schoenberg's powerful "De profundis." Regarded as one of the greatest choral masterpieces of all time, Beethoven's own inscription in the score, "From the heart--may it return to the heart!" aptly describes the piece's luminous majesty and intimate power. The soloists set to showcase the work's virtuosic opulence are soprano Dana Varga, alto Emily Marvosh, tenor Yegishe Manucharyan and bass Mark Andrew Cleveland.

Offer Dates: March 16

Full Price: $25 - $75  |  Our Price: $12.50 - $37.50


Halloween-Themed Comedy: "Laughing in the Dark"
at ImprovBoston, Cambridge

Get ready for three nights of spooky storytelling and creepy comedy when some of Boston's favorite funny people take the stage at ImprovBoston. Just in time for Halloween, "Laughing in the Dark" is produced by Kevin Quigley of "The People's Show" and "From Parts Unknown". Each show has a different lineup of local comedians and sharp story tellers working sets for the scary season. Just be careful... the laughter is coming from "inside the house"!

Offer Dates: October 25, October 26, October 31

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: $6


Bond While Learning to Survive in the Wild With a Bushcraft Specialist
at Adventure Activities at Everwood Day Camp, Sharon

Always wondered if you have what it takes to live off the earth? Curious if you could hang with the "Alaskan Bush People"? Just hoping to bring the family a bit closer together by working on a project? Bushcraft Adventures is for you. An ideal activity for a family or group of friends, you'll build a shelter with equipment provided by Adventure Activities and direction from a Bushcraft specialist who has years of experience in outdoor living. After erecting your shelter, you'll learn how to make fires using traditional methods (no matches here!). When you've sparked a flame, you'll prepare a drink and bite to eat, then relax and admire your handiwork. Fun for all ages, Bushcraft Adventures offers an escape from the hustle of modern life -- and teaches you some essential forestry skills for surviving in the wild if you should ever find yourself stranded.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $49  |  Our Price: $31


"A Prairie Home Companion"'s Garrison Keillor
at The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts, Worcester

Garrison Keillor's charming, funny and entertaining yarns have captivated audiences for years, both on stage and on his hugely popular radio program, "A Prairie Home Companion". Now, the master storyteller is "Just Passing Through" Worcester at The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts. Bringing the same wry, folksy humor he's known for on the radio to the stage, the Grammy and Peabody Award winner shares his passion for creativity and literacy, while serving up nuggets of philosophical wisdom. Don't miss this American treasure in person.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $39 - $49  |  Our Price: $31 - $39


Led Zeppelin Tribute Band Get the Led Out
at The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts, Worcester

Hear the songs that paved the way for hard rock and heavy metal as Led Zeppelin tribute band Get the Led Out takes the stage at the Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts in Worcester. Also known as "GTLO" or "The American Led Zeppelin," Get the Led Out is more than just a cover band -- these professional rockers faithfully recreate the timeless music of the British blues-rock icons live on stage with all of the extra sonic bells and whistles that made the original tunes so famous in the first place. This Philadelphia-based sextet will play a set of Zeppelin's finest, from the epic to the folksy to, of course, the iconic "Stairway to Heaven."

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $32 - $45  |  Our Price: $26 - $36


World Premiere Concerto in "This Just In"
at Saint Peter's Episcopal Church, Cambridge

Returning from his discovery in the Czech Musical Instrument Museum in Prague, soloist and historian Paul Miller joins Maureen Murchie in the world premiere of a Concerto for two violas d'amore by Franz Götz. Along with a pair of galant pieces from brothers Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and Johann Christian Bach, this program explores the concerto at the end of the Holy Roman Empire with soloists Leon Schelhase on harpsichord and Grand Harmonie's own Sarah Paysnick on flute.

Offer Dates: November 3

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Rock Alums The Airplane Family & Friends With Live Dead '69
at The Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield

Packed with alumni from legendary rock bands like Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship, Hot Tuna and the Grateful Dead, the Airplane Family welcomes you aboard for a high-flying trip back to the Summer of '69 at the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield. You'll experience the true San Francisco sound with psychedelic hits like "Whtie Rabbit," "Somebody to Love" and more. Among the rock vets who make up the Airplane Family crew are Slick Aguilar, Peter Kaukonen, Darby Slick, Mike Falzarano, Prairie Prince, singer Joli Valenti, and "Canadian Idol" winner Eva Avila, capturing the vocal essence of Grace Slick. You'll also groove to Live Dead '69, the group led by Grateful Dead pianist Tom Constanten and Mark Karan of Bob Weir's band, who'll recreate that seminal disc in its entirety.

Offer Dates: October 27

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $20


Social Dance Spectacular "ONTHEFLOOR"
at OBERON, Cambridge

When it comes to cartels, you should probably keep your distance from the drug ones -- but The Dance Cartel is another story entirely. This dance company is all about bringing dance back to the people with vibrant, immersive and participatory shows that get everybody from the performers on the stage to the average Joes in the audience up on their feet and moving to the music. For proof, look no further than their latest show, "ONTHEFLOOR", an energetic 90-minute experience driven by pumping bass, glitter and fabulous feats of dance endurance. Part concert, part DJ set, part video installation and all dance party, the "New York Times" called "ONTHEFLOOR" "haute-performance theory with a house party vibe." If you're into either haute-performance theory, house party vibes or both, you should find your way to OBERON in Cambridge to join this light-footed cartel's fun.

Offer Dates: November 10, November 11

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Live Bluegrass Cruise on Northern Lights Featuring Rob Flax String Band
at Northern Lights, Boston

Delve into the quintessentially American sounds of bluegrass while cruising the blue waters of Boston Harbor on this live music cruise featuring Boston's own Rob Flax String Band. It'll be a blissful one-and-a-half hours on the water, with the Boston cityscape as the backdrop. The vessel itself is a beauty as well: The Northern Lights is a 115-foot motor boat styled after a 1920s New England Yacht. Grab a drink and/or a snack, available for purchase from the onboard bar, and head to the upper deck to enjoy the sounds and the sights. If you're compelled to move to the groove, there's plenty of room for dancing too.

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: $46.20  |  Our Price: $27.85


The Sachal Ensemble: "Song of Lahore"
at Berklee Performance Center, Boston

A Pakistani orchestra that plays classic jazz on traditional instruments like sitar, flute, sarangi and tablas, The Sachal Ensemble first gained fame when their version of Dave Brubeck's "Take Five" went viral, which led to an invitation from Wynton Marsalis to perform at New York's Lincoln Center -- which led to "Song of Lahore", an acclaimed 2015 documentary about their journey. Now this acclaimed group makes their Boston debut presented by World Music/CRASHarts, with their cross-cultural take on tunes by Mancini, Grucin and other Western jazz greats.

Offer Dates: October 29

Full Price: $28 - $48  |  Our Price: $18 - $35


Folk-Rock Fusion With Laura Cortese
at OBERON, Cambridge

Nobody ever said breaking into the music business was easy, but it's especially difficult in a city like Boston, where the elite Berklee College of Music draws some of the world's most talented aspiring musicians. Out of this Beantown melting pot of musical talent came Laura Cortese, a singer, songwriter and fiddler who made a name for herself playing with roots groups like Band of Horses at Carnegie Hall and Pete Seeger at the Newport Folk Festival. Before long, Cortese was blending folk, roots, rock and pop with her own band, The Dance Cards, and jet-setting off to share her irresistibly individual sound with audiences in far-flung locales like Europe, India, Uzbekistan and Bangladesh. In this show, Cortese and her band return to their old, musically-rich stomping grounds to bring the house down at OBERON in Cambridge.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Screening of Chekhov's "The Black Monk"
at Emerson Paramount Center Bright Family Screening Room, Boston

Adapted from a short story by famed Russian writer Anton Chekhov, "The Black Monk" comes to Boston's Emerson Paramount Center Screening Room as an HD broadcast from Stage Russia. This acclaimed production from The Moscow Young Generation Theater is shown in Russian, with English subtitles, and tells the story of a philosophy student on the verge of a nervous breakdown who visits the family estate of his former childhood sweetheart, where he begins to have disturbing visions of the title character.

Offer Dates: November 4, November 4, November 5

Full Price: $19  |  Our Price: $9.50


Cuban World Jazz Artist Harold López-Nussa
at Berklee Performance Center, Boston

There's classical jazz that can put you to sleep, and then there's some world jazz out there that's a straight up party: Harold López-Nussa is easily the latter. Havana born and bred, the composer and pianist brings summery nights of upbeat, classical, Cuban and jazz-inspired arrangements to Boston. The guy has been a part of epic music projects, toured with Omara Portuondo and released four albums -- all at just 34 years old. World Music/CRASHarts brings López-Nussa and his equally talented brother and bassist Gaston Joya to the Berklee Performing Arts Center for a perfect weekend concert night. There will also be a pre-performance chat with Grammy-winning author and journalist Bob Blumenthal.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $32 - $37  |  Our Price: $19.50 - $22.50


"A Christmas Carol": Puppets, Live Music, Dancing Help Put New Twist on Classic Tale
at Central Square Theater, Cambridge

It wouldn't be the holidays without miserly Ebenezer Scrooge trying to derail everyone's enjoyment, and in Underground Railway Theater's production of "A Christmas Carol", the Dickens classic is given a facelift that infuses even more holiday energy. Featuring puppetry, a live musical score, dancing and an intimate setting, the sights, sounds and scents of this Christmas favorite leap off the stage. Celebrate the season with this unique look at a timeless tale.

Offer Dates: November 24, November 24, November 25, November 25, November 26, November 30, December 4, December 14, December 21

Full Price: $52 - $67  |  Our Price: $52 - $67


A Serene Escape With Sunset Stand-Up Paddleboard Yoga
at Adventure Activities at Everwood Day Camp, Sharon

Experience the intense beauty of sunset colors and connect with nature through the newest yoga craze: stand-up paddleboard yoga. Welcome to all experience levels, SUP Yoga introduces anyone with a good mindset and desire to experience this invigorating activity on the water. The evening begins with a lesson on the beach that'll show you the ropes of paddling, including basic paddle technique, launching, paddling and turning. Then, take the boards out to serene, shallow waters and move through yoga asana poses to truly become one with your surroundings. A blissful savasana allows you to conclude the evening with the calming sights and sounds of Lake Massapoag.

Offer Dates: October 26

Full Price: $49  |  Our Price: $31


NXT Presents Razor-Sharp Improv
at Improv Asylum, Boston

Boston comedy hub Improv Asylum presents "The NXT Show", a fast-paced improv revue that's back for another season of on-the-fly fun. A highly-trained cast of talented performers brings this midweek treat to the stage at the Asylum, in a show that's been described as "Whose Line is it Anyway?" meets "Saturday Night Live". A group of local improv vets and newbies alike will turn your suggestions into a comic array of scenes, sketches, songs and stories in "We Found Love in a Hopeless Space".

Offer Dates: October 24, November 7, November 14, November 21, November 28

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Full Reading of Salem Witch Trial Drama
at The Community House, Hamilton

We're certainly no strangers to mass hysteria these days, but it's still hard to imagine what it really must have felt like during the Salem witch trials that plagued colonial Massachusetts in the late-1600s. But in the midst of that terrifying mayhem, where to save one's own skin silence was usually the safest option, one man -- Judge Nathaniel Saltonstall -- had the courage to speak out. Disgusted with the conduct of the courts, he quit, becoming instead a voice in the wilderness against the unfair trials and the hangings to which they led. Enjoy this full reading of "Saltonstall's Trial", performed by professional actors, at The Community House in Hamilton.

Offer Dates: November 5

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Peter Gabriel's Backing Band, The Security Project
at Regent Theatre, Arlington

Peter Gabriel's backing band, The Security Project, has once again reinvented itself, this time with vocalist Happy Rhodes. Together with Jerry Marotta (drummer from Peter Gabriel's first five records), Trey Gunn (King Crimson), Michael Cozzi (Shriekback) and NY keyboardist David Jameson, the group continues reimagining the early work of Peter Gabriel, but with Happy's impressive four-octave vocals adding an entirely new dimension. This exciting pre-release performance will include material from their new live album "Contact", with material culled from U.S. shows and a recent Japanese tour. The energy will be obvious when the group and their special guests take the stage at Arlington's Regent Theatre.

Offer Dates: November 10

Full Price: $29 - $35  |  Our Price: $14.50 - $17.50


Pianist Alexander Korsantia & the Boston Phil
at Sanders Theatre at Harvard University, Cambridge

Georgian-born, Boston-based pianist Alexander Korsantia joins Maestro Benjamin Zander and the Boston Philharmonic for a deep dive into the heart of the Russian repertory, with beloved masterworks by Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky, as well as the prelude to Mussorgsky's marvelous, but sadly incomplete, last opera, known as "Khovanshchina". Winner of the First Prize and Audience Favorite awards at the 1995 Arthur Rubinstein Piano Master Competition, Korsantia is internationally acclaimed for his richly varied tone and virtuosity. He's set to tackle Prokofiev's third, one of the canon's most challenging concertos. The concert at Harvard's Sanders Theatre comes to a climax with Tchaikovsky's exhilarating Symphony No. 4. The series kicks off with a "Discovery Series" performance, in which Zander engages the audience with illuminating and entertaining commentary immediately before the performance of each piece on the program.

Offer Dates: February 22, February 25

Full Price: $37 - $84  |  Our Price: $18.50 - $42


Fiddling Folksinger Emerald Rae
at Gore Place, Waltham

Boston-based fiddler and folksinger Emerald Rae creates a groove-heavy sound reminiscent of old country music blended with the intricacy of Celtic fiddle and rocked-up droning accompaniment. Complemented by sultry vocals and introspective lyrics that mirror old folktales, Rae's intriguingly quirky songwriting is steeped in the echos of traditional music and sewn together with imaginative arranging. Experience Rae's unique sound live when she comes to Gore Place in Waltham.

Offer Dates: November 8

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


"Workaholics"' Erik Griffin at Laugh Boston
at Laugh Boston, Boston

Comedy Central's "Workaholics" fans know and love him as series regular Montez, but comedian Erik Griffin is also a popular headliner at comedy clubs across the country. He's also starred in his own Comedy Central special and released a comedy album, "Technical Foul", while scoring appearances on "Live at Gotham, Comics Unleashed" and Showtime's "Comics Without Borders". Most recently, Griffin popped up on History Channel's "Surviving the Holidays" with Lewis Black. His sharp observational comedy covers topics ranging from his multi-racial upbringing as the son of a Central American-Caribbean mother and dad of European descent to his love life and beyond.

Offer Dates: February 1, February 2, February 3, February 3

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Cantata Singers: "Bach and Child"
at Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory, Boston

The Cantata Singers are back at Boston's Jordan Hall with the world premiere of "Lamentations", a piece they commissioned from Peter Child and inspired by a contemporary poetic translation of the Old Testament by writer David Rosenberg. "Lamentations" explores the themes of loss and turmoil, as do the Bach works BWV 2, "Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein," a cantata never performed in Cantata Singers' 54-year history, and BWV 21, "Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis." There's a pre-concert chat with composer Peter Child that's free to attend as well.

Offer Dates: January 20

Full Price: $25 - $75  |  Our Price: $12.50 - $37.50


Boston Civic Symphony: The Best of Classical & Contemporary Music
at Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory, Boston

Now in its 92nd season, the Boston Civic Symphony is the second oldest symphony orchestra in the city, distinguishing itself through an unusually broad range of music performed by exceptionally skilled students and amateurs. Enjoy performances of unexpected and contemporary works, with a special focus on American compositions with leading soloists at Jordan Hall at the New England Conservatory.

Offer Dates: November 5, March 4, May 6

Full Price: $45  |  Our Price: $20


Cut Loose with the Muscular Men in Motion
at Chaps Saloon, Buxton

The Men in Motion male revue is an expertly designed and choreographed piece of upscale adult entertainment for women. This is not the type of show you just sit and watch -- each performance is a fully interactive experience. The men dance on tabletops, make their way through the crowd and even select a few lucky ladies to join in the fun on stage. Of course you don't have to participate if you're feeling shy, but either way, you'll have a great time with the Men in Motion whether you come to Buxton's Chaps Saloon for Girls Night Out, an office party, a birthday party or, of course, a bachelorette party!

Offer Dates: November 5

Full Price: $20 - $28  |  Our Price: $10 - $14


Axe Throwing: A Fun and Challenging New Sport for Groups
at Adventure Activities at Everwood Day Camp, Sharon

Relive the glory of medieval days with Axe Throwing. A unique and fun new sport to play with friends or your family, Axe Throwing is sure to get your blood pumping. Adventure Activities' expert coaches will be there to guide you through all aspects of safety when handling the equipment before teaching you how to throw with precision, force and correct form. In your one-hour session, you'll also advance to challenges and games, all while throwing axes to your warrior heart's content -- there's a maximum of only two people per target.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


"You're All Gonna Die!": An Improvised Dystopian Game Show
at ImprovBoston, Cambridge

Dear Leader cordially invites you to the quiz show at the end of civilization in "You're All Gonna Die!", an improvised game show set in a dystopian future. The Quiz Master wields mind games, physical tests and audience participation as a weapon of mass enjoyment for his patron. Help the tortured subjects find the correct answers or else they'll suffer the most painful of humiliations. Journey to ImprovBoston for the game show to end all game shows.

Offer Dates: October 19, November 16, December 21

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Stand-Up Paddleboarding: Get Your Feet Wet With the Hottest New Water Activity
at Adventure Activities at Everwood Day Camp, Sharon

Why just watch all those cool stand-up paddleboarders slicing through the water from shore? Get your feet wet with Adventure Activities' Introduction to Stand-Up Paddleboarding -- or SUP, to the awesome (you, soon). You'll spend your two-hour session on the water using top-notch equipment under the supervision of highly trained instructors, who'll pass on tips and hints to maximize both your skills and fun. As Adventure Activities USA is the only accredited and recognized SUP school and instructor training center, you're sure to be in the safest and best hands possible -- so you can relax with family or meet new friends while gliding across the lake to places only accessible by SUP.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $49  |  Our Price: $31


Boston Philharmonic Performs Berlioz & Sibelius
at Sanders Theatre at Harvard University, Cambridge

Kim Kashkashian has been numbered among a small handful of leading violists in the world since her debut. No one has championed new music more tirelessly than she has, and no one has explored the standard repertory with greater freshness of perspective. So inviting Kashkashian to join the Boston Philharmonic in performing Berlioz's beloved "Harold in Italy" was a forgone conclusion. Berlioz's great work is, like virtually everything by that composer, "sui generis", merging elements of symphony, concerto and tone poem. Throughout the work the viola intertwines with the orchestra like a solitary wanderer moving from one unfamiliar landscape to another, ever observant but always alone. Berlioz's conception was unique when he wrote it and has engendered uncountable imitators ever since. This is the real thing. Sibelius' Second Symphony is the Finnish symphony "par excellence". From the time of its first performance, Finns have understood it as a statement about Finnish nationalism, and although it has never been clear if that was really Sibelius' intention, the Finnish people, and everyone else, continue to be deeply moved by its apparent message and indomitable spirit. The orchestra has performed it several times in the past, and each has been an uplifting and memorable occasion. Come and be uplifted and entertained by this concert at Sanders Theatre at Harvard University.

Offer Dates: November 9, November 12

Full Price: $37 - $84  |  Our Price: $18.50 - $42


Arrow Tag: Fun New Game Mashes Up Dodgeball and Archery
at Adventure Activities at Everwood Day Camp, Sharon

Get the dodgeball team back together: Arrow Tag is the newest, most fun game for you and your buddies to play since you discovered hurling balls back and forth at each other in 6th grade. Combining the excitement of dodgeball with the precision of archery, Arrow Tag is a game where you get to safely shoot your friends with a bow and arrow. The rules are basically the same as dodgeball's, so you'll spend very little time learning how to play -- and because Adventure Activities uses special foam-tipped arrows and bows that are strong enough to simulate a real arrow fight but not injure anyone, it's safe for most ages. Thrilling for any group that loves a little competition, Arrow Tag is a brand new way to spend the day bonding.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Rising Stars of Boston Comedy Tell Tales and Spin Laughs at "The Tony V Show"
at Laugh Boston, Boston

Catch fresh-faced rising stars of the local comedy scene at an event hosted and headlined by legendary Boston stand-up Tony V. From his days as a social worker seeking a little stress relief behind the mic, V has brought his streetwise humor and acute understanding of the human condition to the national comedy circuit for more than three decades. As an actor, he's appeared on TV shows ranging from "Seinfeld" to "The Single Guy" and even tackled dramatic roles on series like "Boston Common". Warm, witty and wise, he now goes back to his roots, giving the spotlight to an array of up-and-comers for a show packed full of storytelling and laughs.

Offer Dates: October 25, November 15, December 6

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Comedian Rich Vos: "Last Comic Standing" Star and "Opie & Anthony Show" Regular
at Laugh Boston, Boston

A master of crowd work who prides himself on being able to make any audience laugh, Rich Vos' range has earned him credits running from "The View" to "Def Comedy Jam". He appeared regularly on "Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn", and is a regular guest of radio's Opie and Anthony. Vos has also had a number of his own Comedy Central stand-up specials. He may be best known, though, for his star turn as a finalist on NBC's "Last Comic Standing".

Offer Dates: January 25, January 26, January 27, January 27

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Cantata Singers: Seasonal Sounds
at First Church in Cambridge, Cambridge

Ring in the holidays with the Cantata Singers' chamber chorus and ensemble as they raise their voices in joyful harmony at First Church in Cambridge. Along with beloved works by Schütz, Harbison, Holst, Byrd and Vaughan Williams, you'll hear unusual -- and unusually gorgeous -- seasonal music by Bax and Chadwick. The concert comes to a crescendo with traditional Basque, Irish and English carols, and all are invited to attend a post-concert reception.

Offer Dates: December 9

Full Price: $25 - $75  |  Our Price: $12.50 - $37.50


Comedian Chris Distefano (MTV's "Guy Code")
at Laugh Boston, Boston

Chris Distefano, star of the MTV and MTV2 shows "Girl Code" and "Guy Code", has a doctorate in physical therapy -- but he's a master of comedy. And when you catch his high-energy comedy show, you'll see why. With hilarious impressions of his New Yorker family members, Distefano is a regular at all the top NYC clubs, including Caroline's, The Comic Strip and Gotham Comedy Club, and recently premiered his first half-hour comedy special on Comedy Central. Distefano has appeared on the "Late Show with David Letterman", has been heard on Sirius XM radio, and has been featured in multiple national Nike commercials alongside JB Smoove.

Offer Dates: December 15, December 15, December 16, December 16

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $14.50


Jazz Innovators Yosvany Terry & Baptiste Trotignon
at OBERON, Cambridge

More than any other music, jazz has always been about musicians coming together, melding their individual sounds to create something exciting and new. That spirit is alive and well in the music of Cuban-American multi-instrumentalist and composer Yosvany Terry and French pianist Baptiste Trotignon. Their Ancestral Memories quartet, also featuring Yunior Terry and drummer Clarence Penn, mines the sounds of the Caribbean, New Orleans and French Louisiana and transforms these traditions with a 21st-century jazz sensibility. Terry and Trotignon have both been praised for their boundary-pushing originality; now see what happens when they come together at the OBERON in Cambridge.

Offer Dates: October 19

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Boston's Hottest Hip-Hop Act STL GLD
at OBERON, Cambridge

Word to the wise: STL GLD is pronounced "Still Gold." Keep that in mind when you see this hip-hop duo perform -- they're one of the most sought-after acts on the New England rap scene, and you don't want to embarrass yourself in front of their fans before or after the show. Coming off their laid back 2014 debut "My Monday Morning Music", STL GLD's latest album "Torch Song" is fiery and political, tackling social issues like police brutality, job discrimination and America's toxic political climate. STL GLD glitters and shines on the stage at OBERON in Cambridge.

Offer Dates: November 3

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $7.50


Comedian Josh Gondelman ("Last Week Tonight")
at Laugh Boston, Boston

A writer for "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver", Josh Gondelman knows how to find the funny in the world around him. His good-natured storytelling and charming wit have won over audiences in person and on TV. His comedy album "Physical Whisper" debuted at No. 1 on the iTunes Comedy chart and No. 4 on "Billboard"'s Comedy Albums chart. He co-authored the award-winning Modern Seinfeld Twitter account and his own Twitter account was named the year's best by "Paste" Magazine in 2015. Experience the playful and clever comic at Laugh Boston.

Offer Dates: November 24, November 25, November 25

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $14.50


New England Brass Band Honors Veterans
at Rogers Center for the Arts, North Andover

Under the expert direction of Mr. Steve Bulla -- who, as Staff Arranger of the United States Marine Corps Band arranged a myriad of musical scores for White House and other official events between 1980 and 2010 -- the New England Brass Band upholds the instrumentation and music of the "British Brass Band" tradition. The 30-piece brass and percussion ensemble has performed throughout New England and now makes their premier at the Rogers Center for the Arts in North Andover with this special concert to honor our veterans.

Offer Dates: October 29

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Cantata Singers: Holiday in Needham
at Powers Hall - Needham, Needham

Ring in the holidays with the Cantata Singers' chamber chorus and ensemble as they raise their voices in joyful harmony at Powers Hall in Needham. Along with beloved works by Schütz, Harbison, Holst, Byrd and Vaughan Williams, you'll hear unusual -- and unusually gorgeous -- seasonal music by Bax and Chadwick. The concert comes to a crescendo with traditional Basque, Irish and English carols, and all are invited to attend a post-concert reception.

Offer Dates: December 10

Full Price: $25 - $75  |  Our Price: $12.50 - $37.50


Improv Asylum Regulars & Guests Perform Longform Improv in "Vanity Project"
at Improv Asylum, Boston

Improv Asylum founders and original cast members Chet Harding and Norm Laviolette take the stage with current Improv Asylum actors, alums and special guests to perform two extended sets of anything-goes, hilarious longform improvisation in "Vanity Project". It's a different show every time with this group of top-notch performers. Goldstar members who've attended call it "improv comedy at its best" and "a fantastic, laugh till it hurts but you can't stop laughing" event.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 25, November 1, November 8, November 15, November 22, November 29

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Singer Kate Taylor -- "Sister Kate Revisited"
at Regent Theatre, Arlington

Coming from an incredibly musical family -- her brother is James Taylor -- Kate Taylor shares the sounds of her southern roots The music she creates spans soul, gospel and rockabilly, in addition to literate folk and pop. Her heartfelt songs have led to nationwide tours, appearances at Nashville's famed Bluebird Café and a private performance for President Barack Obama. Currently making the rounds during her "Sister Kate Revisited" tour, you can now catch this Americana treasure on stage at Arlington's Regent Theatre.

Offer Dates: November 8

Full Price: $32  |  Our Price: $14


Musical Improv and Catchy Comedy Tunes at ImprovBoston
at ImprovBoston, Cambridge

Getting a song stuck in your head is a small price to pay for the infectious music and raucous comedy of ImprovBoston's Music Comedy Night. This monthly show boasts the best of Boston's comedy scene in all things musical, including the Musical Improv Cast (MIC) as well as musical sketch and comedy band acts from throughout the city. The evening even includes a musical improv jam session that puts everyone's comedy songwriting and musical creativity to the test at ImprovBoston in Cambridge.

Offer Dates: November 9, December 14

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


"The Last Wife" Modernizes Henry VIII's 6th Marriage
at Elayne Bernstein Theatre, Lenox

Powerfully relevant to this day, "The Last Wife" examines the patriarchy, sexual politics and women's rights through the lens of Henry VIII's final marriage before his death. In this modern take, Queen Katherine Parr is a smart woman on the rise to power, yet her life is riddled with deceit and violence. With secret liaisons and a devotion to education and equal rights, is she willing to risk her life to gain authority in her relationship and political career? Find out at the Elayne Bernstein Theatre in Lenox.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 28, November 3, November 4, November 4

Full Price: $40 - $44  |  Our Price: $20 - $22


Fiddler Andrea Beaton: "Sounds of Cape Breton"
at Stevens Memorial Hall, Chester

Enjoy an evening of Nova Scotia, Canada's unique Cape Breton sound at Stevens Memorial Hall in Chester. An award-winning fiddler, tune composer and recording artist, Andrea Beaton is known for her powerful bow and driving style. She's released six solo albums, one duo album with her father, Kinnon Beaton, and published a book of original tunes. In 2007, she recorded an album with her family, "The Beaton Family of Mabou", for the Smithsonian Institute. Most of her solo albums were nominated for awards, and her 2010 CD, "Branches", won the East Coast Music Award for Instrumental Recording of the Year. She released her latest album, "Andrea Beaton with Betty and Dave", in the spring of 2016. Her music, dance and comical stories are sure to delight.

Offer Dates: November 10

Full Price: $19  |  Our Price: $9.50


"Jelly": The Untelevised Comedy Variety Show
at ImprovBoston, Cambridge

"Jelly" spotlights Boston's brightest comedians, from veterans to rising stars, with an emphasis on female talent. The sharp and cutting night of comedy includes a classic TV variety show style featuring live music, sketch, stand-up, improv and audience interaction. Travel through time to the entertainment of yesteryear with a fresh, alternative slant. The show gets going at ImprovBoston, with host Nonye Brown West, announcer Harry Gordon and the Jelly House Band with Jeff Greenwald's rock and jazz ensemble.

Offer Dates: October 26, November 23, December 28

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Pick Up Beginner Kayaking Skills While Paddling the Lake
at Adventure Activities at Everwood Day Camp, Sharon

Never paddled a kayak? No problem. Adventure Activities' Kayaking Class is geared toward groups whose main goal is staying together and having fun out on the water. Your highly qualified and competent guide guide will greet you, explain the day's 90-minute adventure and kit you out with topnotch equipment for a stunning day spent on the lake. Learn how to paddle at shore, then enjoy playing games a little further out. Depending on the group's ability, you'll then take a short tour of the lake. You'll also get plenty of handy hints to improve your kayaking skills, all while having a blast and soaking up the shimmering beauty and serenity of the water.

Offer Dates: October 26

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


"Chelsea Lately"'s Chris Franjola at Laugh Boston
at Laugh Boston, Boston

Whether it's "Family Guy" or "Chelsea Lately", today's "edgiest" comedy gets its edge in large part from Chris Franjola, one of Hollywood's sharpest comic minds. Best known as a panelist and sketch performer on E!'s "Chelsea Lately" and "After Lately", Franjola is also an accomplished stand-up comic. He's performed his hilarious observations and stories about dating and everyday life on the national "Comedians of Chelsea Lately" tour, and even before the show premiered on E!, he was a popular national headliner in his own right, with more than 20 years of stand-up experience. In between writing gigs he still does stand-up and you can catch him when he comes to Laugh Boston.

Offer Dates: March 22, March 23, March 24, March 24

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Pianist Alexander Korsantia & the Boston Phil
at Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory, Boston

Georgian-born, Boston-based pianist Alexander Korsantia joins Maestro Benjamin Zander and the Boston Philharmonic for a deep dive into the heart of the Russian repertory, with beloved masterworks by Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky, as well as the prelude to Mussorgsky's marvelous, but sadly incomplete, last opera, known as "Khovanshchina". Winner of the First Prize and Audience Favorite awards at the 1995 Arthur Rubinstein Piano Master Competition, Korsantia is internationally acclaimed for his richly varied tone and virtuosity. He's set to tackle Prokofiev's third, one of the canon's most challenging concertos. The concert at the New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall comes to a climax with the exhilarating Symphony No. 4 by Tchaikovsky.

Offer Dates: September 24

Full Price: $54 - $84  |  Our Price: $27 - $42


R-Rated Comic Hypnotist Frank Santos Jr.
at The Wilbur Theatre, Boston

Get ready for a funny and energetic show where the guests become the performers. Frank Santos Jr. has been amazing audiences for over a decade, with shows at such venues as the Foxwoods Casino and Mohegan Sun, and right here at Boston's Wilbur Theatre. His display of mind-bending antics can turn any skeptic into a fan. Even if you've seen Frank perform before, his show is always different, with your friends and strangers alike becoming singers, dancers and more -- all under the influence of his expert hypnosis.

Offer Dates: December 1

Full Price: $32  |  Our Price: $16


Cantata Singers Present Choral Classics
at First Church in Cambridge, Cambridge

Join the Cantata Singers at First Church Cambridge for a trio of superb classical compositions. Contemporary Estonian composer Pärt sets the "Latin Mass" to hauntingly lush and beautiful music for chorus and organ, while Spanish Renaissance composer Victoria's a cappella "Officium Defunctorum", a Requiem mass, contrasts with themes of mourning and remembrance. English composer William Harris' elegant "Faire is the Heaven" rounds out the final concert of Cantata Singers' 54th season. Terry Decima, pianist and retired Professor at New England Conservatory, will give the pre-concert talk. Following the performance, all are welcome at a free reception.

Offer Dates: May 11

Full Price: $25 - $75  |  Our Price: $12.50 - $37.50


Cappella Clausura Celebrate the Music of Women Composers
at Eliot Church of Newton, Newton

The members of Cappella Clausura raise their voices in celebration of music created by women, with some works dating as far back as the 9th century. The vocal ensemble's engaging performances borrow from male composers as well, but aim to give women composers a special spotlight within the classical canon. Catch them in Newton at Eliot Church of Newton delivering a capella performances (with the occasional continuo or chamber orchestra), highlighting both masterpieces and unearthed gems.

Offer Dates: November 19

Full Price: $27  |  Our Price: $13.50


'90s Alt-Rock Tribute: Kick the Can Band
at The Rising Bar, Cambridge

Bust out your flannel and Chuck Taylors, 'cause the Kick the Can Band is taking you back to the '90s for an alternative-rock bash at The Rising Bar in Cambridge. With a songbook that ranges from the grunge heyday of Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains and Stone Temple Pilots to the pop-punk of Green Day, the neo-surf rock of Weezer to the punked-up funk of Red Hot Chili Peppers and the alt-rock sing-alongs of Foo Fighters, KTCB re-creates all your favorite '90s hits. Grab some dinner or a snack beforehand (Irish Curry Cheese Chips!), then knock back a cold one while you enjoy this free concert.

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: COMP  |  Our Price: FREE


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