Cinema World’s movie theaters engage all of their patrons' senses with an ample lineup of amenities: digital-sound quality, 3-D images, the smell of freshly buttered popcorn, sweet sips of soda, and cushy chairs you can touch because they definitely are not holograms.
Faire Stories Entertainment is home to interactive musical theater for kids. Each performance features original music and unexpected twists on traditional fairy tales, creating immersive, complete shows and experiences. The visits available range from simple character visits, to meet and greets, to full-on interactive musicals that involve a variety of characters, including princesses, pilots, Santas and historical characters.
Founded in 1924 as a vaudeville palace and movie house, The Strand Theatre harks back to the cinematic havens of yore with its homey auditorium space and vintage marquee. Groups enjoy recent releases and classic films while seated at tables, which grant unimpeded legroom and preclude fistfights over whose cup holder is whose. The tables are placed in a staggered and tiered arrangement that ensures every audience member has a clear sightline. The in-house restaurant shares a full-service menu of appetizers and entrees from the grill, as well as craft beer and wine, all of which can be enjoyed inside the theater.
The Worcester Chamber Music Society brings world-class chamber music to
intimate Greater Worcester venues. WCMS nurtures the community as well as young musicians through a unique combination of affordable concerts, education and community outreach.
Four evenings a week between 7 p.m. and 8 p.m., the interior of BJ Eyebrow Threading transforms into Bollywood Dance. The space becomes lively as instructors guide students through flashy, rhythmic regional Indian routines, many of which emulate the song-and-dance entertainers in Bollywood films. Students can also learn dances set to folk and Western Indian music or opt for dance-aerobics classes that increase heart rates and help people shake off any parrots that have landed on their shoulders.
The Westboro Area JCC organized this locally focused event, with proceeds benefiting the preschool program of the area. There will be more than 30 restaurants across a wide variety of cuisine types offering samples for hungry attendees. Featured restaurants are primarily from Marlborough, Northborough, Southborough, and Westborough. Though the list of participants isn't finalized yet, confirmed restaurants include Tavolino, CJ's Steakloft, and Not Your Average Joe's, among others. You'll also get to sample palate-cleansing wines and craft beers. While you peruse the lineup of eats and drinks, check out the live and silent auctions taking place, where you can bid on Red Sox tickets, weekend getaways, and local and national goods. View some of 2009's auction lots here.