Carl Lund of Arlington Heights, IL
2002 Indian Scout
David Wrisley of Agawam, MA
Thank you to everyone for your continued support of the Majestic Theater.
Check back with us in the spring and summer for our 18th Annual Classic Raffle!
The late Harry Chapin, who died tragically in an automobile accident on the Long Island Expressway in 1981, more than any other popular songwriter, was a storyteller. His music celebrated the extraordinary lives of ordinary people. Sometimes funny, and sometimes sad, Harry Chapin songs like "Taxi", "Cat's in the Cradle", "Mr. Tanner", and "A Better Place To Be", always remind us of the emotions we all share. They are a unique blend of folk, pop, jazz, and rock music that create both touching - and sometimes cutting - stories of love and life. Lies & Legends will leap from the stage and straight into your heart.
April 11 - May 26, 2013
Wednesdays at 7:00pm
Thursdays at 7:30pm
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm*
Sundays at 2:00pm**
*There will be an additional 2pm performance on Saturday, May 11.
**There will be additional 7pm performances on Sunday, April 28,
and Sunday, May 5.
Call our Box Office for tickets:
Open Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm
& Saturday, 10am-1pm
Before it was a live theater, local residents may remember the Majestic Theater as a movie house. It has since been renovated and reimagined to bring live performances to the West Springfield area, giving local performance and technical artists the opportunity to thrive.
Every season at the Majestic consists of five productions (including at least one musical) featuring local actors. In addition to the subscription season, the summer includes children's theater, concerts, plays, open mic nights, and improvisational comedy shows.
Recently named the best place to see live theater in the Pioneer Valley in the Valley Advocate Readers' Poll, he Majestic continues to offer great theater thanks to the support and generosity of its subscribers (we currently have over 4,500). Learn how you can become a subscriber today!