Middleboros Arts Scene
About The School
Since 1995, The Burt Wood School of Performing Arts has been the cultural hub of historic downtown Middleborough. Offering classes in voice, piano, drums, musical theater, ukulele, guitar, saxophone, flute, clarinet, musical theatre, acting, interview, public speaking, pageant preparation, on camera acting, modeling, play production, pop choir, Tiktok Mom and Me dance, virtual voices choir, hip hop, triple threat, production classes, audition technique, and more. All ages (including adults) are welcome. Productions will be in rehearsal for fall, winter, spring, and summer shows. A series of masterclasses will be held throughout the year.
The Burt Wood School offers in person learning from September to June. Summer lessons are also available.
The Alley Theatre offers a sophisticated space for events 48 weeks a year including: plays, concerts, musicals, seminars, fairs, benefits, birthday, and retirement celebrations, bridal / baby showers, bachelor and bachelorette events, engagement parties, celebrations of life, and training workshops, The Alley Theatre will leaves guests eager to return. Since 2020, over 80 free events per year have been offered to the community.
The team at The Alley has partnered with The Bartending Service of New England, The Central Cafe, and Main Ingredient to offer full course meals at events with a full bar service. The space provides a lighting and sound team for technical needs.
In 2020, The Patio (an outdoor space on campus) opened to continue programming outside. Both spaces provide cabaret style seating at tables and can accommodate up to 110 guests.
Owner and Artistic Director Lorna J. Brunelle has been in the arts and entertainment business since 1989. She looks forward to bringing your event to fruition, or seeing you at a show. Email email@example.com for more information.
sip and stroll
Sip, stroll, and shop with us through 84 vendor booths, 2 bar locations, and food trucks. Free admission, music, raffles, and joy. A portion of the booth rental proceeds benefit The Burt Wood School of Performing Arts . All are welcome.
THE ALLEY THEATRE offers a fabulously sophisticated space for intimate events. From plays, concerts, musicals, seminars, fairs, benefits, birthday or retirement celebrations, to bridal showers and engagement parties, The Alley Theatre will leave your guests raving!
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The Bartending Service of New England offers cocktails, mocktails, soft drinks and water during every show. They start pouring as soon as the doors open.
“With over 25 years of experience, we are New England’s original beverage catering service. We have what it takes to provide quality professional bar service for all types of events.”
– The Bartending Service of New England
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A Closer Community
Music is Medicine Benefit Concert for Mason Lepage
September 30, at The Patio at The Alley Theatre. Main Ingredient offering food. The Bartending Service of New England pouring Jacob Gervais singing Tickets are $45.00 NO SHOW tickets are available for those out of state, or locals who aren’t able to attend. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to place a reservation so we can secure a headcount BUT send your Venmo to Jenn Lepage directly.
See photos in this post for her direct venmo. Seating is limited. Raffles. Music. Healing energy.
After 6 months of symptoms that ultimately resulted in a seizure while at Hasbro Children’s Hospital ER, on April 24, 2023, Mason was diagnosed with Low Grade Glioma with a BRAFv600E mutation (tumor). Two days later, he had emergency brain surgery to remove the clementine orange-sized tumor that had been growing in his right frontal lobe behind his right eye. The surgeon was able to resect most of the tumor except for a small piece because it is wrapped around the main blood vessel. Due to the tumor being cancerous, Mason will have MRI’s every 3 months to watch that piece to see if it grows. Mason is a 12 year old (turning 13 on Aug. 29th) fun loving boy that loves to play soccer and to tell sarcastic jokes, has now gone through more than any child should. For a time he should be hanging out, playing with friends is now filled with numerous doctor’s appointments and therapy. What we thought were panic attacks and migraines ended up changing our lives forever and especially his as he will have a long journey of recovery while we continue to pray for no reoccurance. As the medical bills are rolling in that is not covered by insurance, co-pays for dr visits, therapy, medications, travel expenses are leaving his family financially overwhelmed.