131 Elm Street, West Springfield MA 01089 • 413.747.7797 • Box Office: 10am-5pm M-F, 10am-1pm Sat
Locally-produced professional live theater since 1997


at the Majestic Theater
The season may be over, but the Majestic won't go dark!

Summers at the Majestic may be even busier than our subscription season, with concerts, plays, open mic nights, children's theater, and improv nights. View our schedule below, and then call our box office for tickets!
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Concerts, Plays + Events

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Thursday, June 9–Sunday, June 12: Mags
Thursday, June 16–Sunday, June 19: Tea For Three: Lady Bird, Pat, & Betty
Friday, June 24: Rainy Day People (Lightfoot/Croce Tribute)
Saturday, June 25: Beach Boys Tribute
Friday, July 8: The Corvettes
Saturday, July 9: Lisa Lanno
Thursday, July 14–Friday, July 15: Center Stage Motown Review
Saturday, July 16: The Majestics
Thursday, July 21: Rick Larrimore (Rod Stewart Tribute)
Friday, July 22: Cher Tribute
Saturday, July 23: Moody Blues Tribute
Thursday, July 28: Jimmy Mazz Live
Friday, July 29: Stevie Nicks Tribute
Saturday, July 30: Roy Orbison Tribute
Thursday, August 4: Connie Francis Tribute
Friday, August 5: Studio Two: The Early Beatles
Saturday, August 6: 7 Bridges Road: An Eagles Tribute
Thursday, August 11–Saturday, August 13: A Ray of Elvis
Thursday, August 18: Neville Brothers
Friday, August 19–Saturday, August 20: The Diamond Collection
Sunday, August 21: Freddie Marion
Thursday, August 25: Gypsy Layne
Friday, August 26: Dana Jay Bein & Friends
Saturday, August 27: Chicago Tribute


Thursday, June 9 • 7:30PM
Friday, June 10 • 8:00PM
Saturday, June 11 • 8:00PM
Sunday, June 12 • 2:00PM Tickets $23/$25
Adapted from the book This is Paradise by Suzanne Strempek Shea, Mags is the story of Mags Riordan, an Irish mother grieving the loss of her son, an African village's plight, and the medical clinic that brought fresh hope to both. Our own Cate Damon stars in this premier production that benefits Billy's Malawi Project.


Thursday, June 16 • 7:30PM
Saturday, June 18 • 2:00PM + 8:00PM
Sunday, June 19 • 2:00PM + 7:00PMTickets $23/$25
Emmy Award-winner Elaine Bromka stars in this whimsical and deeply moving beind-the-scenes look at Ladybird Johnson, Pat Nixon, and Betty Ford. Share the journey of each of these remarkable women as they deal with the fishbowl of First Ladydom.


Friday, June 24 • 8:00PMTickets $19/$21
It's a soft-rock return performance of the Gordon Lightfoot/Jim Croce tribute show from Satinwood Productions. The band features Paul Motter, Jeff Tisdel, and Rudy Weeks performing great Croce songs like "Have To Say I Love You In a Song", "Car Wash Blues", and "Time In A Bottle" as well as Gordon Lightfoot's "If You Could Read My Mind", "Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald", and many others.


Saturday, June 25 • 8:00PMTickets $23/$25
Once again, we begin the Majestic Summer Concert Series with a tribute to the Beach Boys. After all, what would summer be without them? So, break out your sandals and baggy shorts, wax up that surfboard, and catch a wave with the always-popular Driftwoods as they capture the signature harmonies and sounds of this iconic California band.


Friday, July 8 • 8:00PMTickets $23/$25
It was a sold-out night to remember last year, so they're back! It's a rollicking ride of a show through the good old days of rock 'n' roll with hits galore like "Come Go With Me", "At The Hop", "Earth Angel", "Runaround Sue", "Sea Cruise", "Shake, Rattle, 'N' Roll" and many others — all performed with a fresh new energy, along with some comedic stage antics tossed in for good measure.


Saturday, July 9 • 8:00PMTickets $23/$25
Messages From the Other Side is an evening of emotionally-charged spirit connections that's filled the Majestic house over the last few years. It is an astounding interactive program connecting actual audience members with friends and loved ones from the Other Side. It's an utterly fascinating show which continues to amaze those folks who have been a part of it.


Thursday, July 14 • 7:30PM
Friday, July 15 • 8:00PMTickets $23/$25
The Center Stage Motown Review front men, Darryl Carter, Donald McCall, and Irving Lewis have awed audiences across the country — and the Majestic last year — with the style, flair, and exuberance that only a Motown show can provide. There'll be songs from The Temptations, The Four Tops, Smokey Robinson, The Spinnders, The Ojays, and a whole lot more!


Saturday, July 16 • 8:00PMTickets $21/$23
It's a reunion of our very own Majestic house band! Ben Ashley, Tim Hosmer, Aaron Porchelli, and Don Rovero first came together during The Buddy Holly Story and for years played their special brand of music from the 60s, 70s, and 80s at clubs and venues up and down the Valley. Now they're back together again for a not-to-be-missed special reunion concert!


Thursday, July 21 • 7:30PMTickets $19/$21
Blondes Have More Fun, Rick Larrimore's super high-energy tribute to the great Rod Stewart, returns to the Majestic stage. Backed by a six-piece band, Rick covers Rod Stewart's remarkable career from the early years, through the disco era, to his most recent musical journey into the classic American songbook.


Friday, July 22 • 8:00PMTickets $23/$25
Sonny and Cher were the most exciting musical comedy performers of the polyester decade. The one and only Lisa Carter is joined by Gregorio Malonte as Sonny. Joining the battling Bonos is impressionist and comedian Tom Monte. And, there just may be surprise appearances by Tony Orlando, Tina Turner, Marilyn Monroe, Madonna, and a few others for a groovy ride down memory lane. The beat goes on!


Saturday, July 23 • 8:00PMTickets $23/$25
Russell Brooks and his band return again to the Majestic for this one-night-only crafted musical event — a tribute the Moody Blues. The show features songs like the elegant "Tuesday Afternoon" and "Nights In White Satin", along with the ever-popular "Hooked On A Feeling", "Your Wildest Dreams", and many others all captured by Russell's spot-on renditions.


Thursday, July 28 • 7:30PMTickets $22/$24
This year, Jimmy ditches the white jacket and gold shoes and straps on his bass guitar, and along with his band will belt out his (and your) favorite songs from his always-popular shows Cruisin' Thru the Fifties, Swingin' Thru the Sixties, America Thru Song, and Las Vegas Legends. Jimmy Mazz Live In Concert will be an evening of nonstop fun and music.


Friday, July 29 • 8:00PMTickets $22/$24
Jamie D and the band Wildheart bring their tribute to one of the most legendary, storied, and near-mythical performers in modern music, Stevie Nicks. This show has a platinum-plated playlist that evokes both the voice and music with all of the sensual subtleties and power of this remarkable artist.

hosted by Floyd Patterson

TUESDAYS at 7PM General Admission $5
Join us on Tuesdays during the summer for unexpected and exciting entertainment from local talent, and vote for your favorite to win money and move forward to the finale!

Do you have a talent you want to share?
You have a chance to perform on the Majestic stage and win money!

Singers • Musicians • Bands • Comedians • Ventriloquists
Magicians • Poets • Dancers • Jugglers • Whatever!

Weekly Prizes: 1st $100 • 2nd $75 • 3rd $50
Grand Prize Finale: 1st $200 • 2nd $150 • 3rd $100
Call to reserve your performance date!
(413) 747-7797

July 12, 19, 26; August 2, 9, 16
FINALE on August 23 (Finale Admission $10)

with the MAJESTERS

WEDNESDAYS at 7PM General Admission $7
Improv with the Majesters is the new Wednesday night tradition during Majestic summers! Our own troupe of improvisational comics take suggestions and inspiration from the audience each night to create hilarious scenes on the spot. It's a fun evening full of surprise and antic comedy!

Every Wednesday is a brand new experience, so come back week after week for a new show each time!

July 6, 13, 20, 27; August 3, 10, 17, 24


Saturday, July 30 • 8:00PMTickets $23/$25
Brian McCullough's show last year was in such demand that we had to add a matinee performance — and it sold out, too! So, we're bringing him back again this summer. The show is an homage to two music legends. The first set is a tribute to Conway Twitty, followed by a set honoring the late, great Roy Orbison.


Thursday, August 4 • 7:30PMTickets $18/$20
Connie Francis was a chart-topping recording artist through the 50s and 60s and her hits still grace the airwaves. Donna Lee and her band deliver Connie Francie favorites like "Where The Boys Are", "Everybody's Somebody's Fool", and "Who's Sorry Now". Donna is a perennial favorite here at the Majestic and all over New England.


Friday, August 5 • 8:00PMTickets $23/$25
Unlike other tribute acts, Studio Two concentrates on the most exciting and fun time in the Beatles' career — the club and touring years, when fans actually saw them play. Think of Liverpool's Cavern Club, or the Indra and Kaiserkeller in Hamburg, Germany, where songs like "I Wanna Hold Your Hand", "I Saw Her Standing There", and "She Loves You" were born. Those and many others will have you dancing in your seat!


Saturday, August 6 • 8:00PMTickets $23/$25
It's an encore show performed by some of the Valley's most experienced musicians and singers, featuring selections from the Eagles' most loved recordings. Tight harmonies, beautiful musical arrangements, and story notes take on special meaning withthe loss of the late Glenn Frey.


Thursday, August 11 • 7:30PM
Friday, August 12 • 8:00PM
Saturday, August 13 • 8:00PMTickets $23/$25
It's not summer here at the Majestic without Ray Guillemette, Jr. and the Memphis Jam bringing their award-winning ultimate tribite to the King of Rock 'n' Roll, the one and only Elvis Presley. His impact was worldwide, and Ray has been acknowledged as one of the very best Elvis tribute artists in the nation.


Thursday, August 18 • 7:30PMTickets $23/$25
Grammy Award-winner and critically acclaimed Charles Neville will be joined by his sons along with a few surprise guests for an evening of jazz standards, New Orleans funk, rhythm & blues, and Mardi Gras Indian Songs as only the Nevilles can do. Get ready for a night of toe tappin', hand clappin', and a feel of New Orleans right here on the Majestic stage.


Friday, August 19 • 8:00PM
Saturday, August 20 • 8:00PMTickets $21/$23
Kenny LaBelle's tribute to Neil Diamond has been a summer tradition here at the Majestic for 15 unbelievable years! It's a sweeping show that not only masterfully covers the hit songs, which are so much a part of our musical heritage, but some of the leeser-known and hidden Neil Diamond gems as well — always a great show and always a sellout!


Sunday, August 21 • 2:00PMTickets $20/$22
Dan Kane and some very special friends join Freddie for this very special concert covering over fifty years of great music. Their show last summer and the year before both sold out, and this concet promises to be no different — a perfect Sunday afternoon not to be missed!


Thursday, August 25 • 7:30PMTickets $20/$22
As one newspaper put it, the Gypsy Layne Cabaret & Company "make burlesque cool again!" The Gypsies, as they are called, have been wooing and wowing audiences since 2010 with their trademark bawdy humor, live music, dynamic dance routines, and cheeky sex appeal. They've shed both glitter and inhibitions on burlesque stages across the land, from New York City to Seattle. **THIS PERFORMANCE FEATURES ADULT THEMES & MATERIAL**


Friday, August 26 • 8:00PMTickets $18/$20
It's a night of stand-up comedy with West Springfield's own Dana Jay Bein. You may know him from his stints with the improv group The Majesters, or from "Western Masochist", his debut live album recorded right here at the Majestic. Dana will be joined by some of his funniest friends for an unforgettable night of comedy. **THIS PERFORMANCE FEATURES ADULT THEMES & MATERIAL**


Saturday, August 27 • 8:00PMTickets $23/$25
With a pricise mixture of keyboard, guitar, drums, and horns, the Connecticut Transit Authority faithfully recreates the music of one of the greatest American bands ever — Chicago! The focus is on the band's early years, better known as the "Terry Kath Era", and their 1977 debut album Chicago Transit Authority, with songs like "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is", "Make Me Smile", "Just You 'N' Me", and many more.