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Davis Square Theatre

Somerville, MA
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(617) 684-5335

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255 Elm St Somerville, MA, 02144
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Reviews

  • James lantry 17 days ago

    Nice venue, intimate, and definitely fun to check out. Saw a band perform there was a great experience.

  • JJ Souther 74 days ago

    Loved S*%faced Shakespeare, The Taming of the Shrew. I didn't know what to expect, but I can say that it was a very FUN hour. Audience participation to some degree. The cast did a great job at trying to maintain their character while the drunk actor kept forgetting his. The ending was probably the highlight of the entire hour. Do NOT bring underage children, if it's even allowed, as there was some partial nudity, not that it bothered me, but if you are expecting high-brow, forget it. Expect instead to be entertained and laugh. I would attend one of these again.

  • Craig Duncan 129 days ago

    Great intimate venue. If you have floor seats it's tough to see if the person in front of you is tall. Kinda fancy beer selection for my taste.

  • William Thompson 138 days ago

    I've been here twice for an Open Book performance by Blue Octobers Justin Furstenfeld. It's a very intimate space and there really isn't a bad seat in the house. The bartenders are friendly. It would be nice if there were a little more choice in snacks during a performance, but it didn't hurt my experience, but if I could make it better that's one way. Pretty clean bathrooms and space. I love the Rockwell.

  • Ronald Bisnett 140 days ago

    It's one of those cozy little black box style theaters, always great as an intimate venue for a performance. And the ticket prices are more than reasonable. I saw the Anna Nalick show there in October 2017. The setup for will-call was a bit confusing for a few of us, but the staff were wonderful at helping. I didn't spend much time there, but there's a nice pub next door if you're waiting for a show and want to grab a drink or a quick bite. The lighting was tricky in the theater - it was good for seeing the performer, but not if you wanted photos or video without using a flash. I didn't give the concession stand much of glance, so I can't say more than that there is a place inside to get a drink.

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