Glass Productions proudly presents QUANTUM DEBT at The Players Theatre on Thursday, Dec 2nd @ 7:00 pm – Sun Dec 19th @ 3:00 pm. QUANTUM DEBT is a look at the student debt crisis through the lens of quantum physics.   A first-generation college student struggles with increasing college debt as she returns home to help the family, leading her to question her ability to ‘make it’.  This movement-based piece is rooted in the differing reality of the American Dream for GenXers and Millenials.  With Claire Main, Collin McConnell, Rebecca Wolf, Laura Murphy, Josephine Pizzino, Mark Howard and Caitlin Ferguson. The show is directed by Suzanne Willet. Tickets HERE

Rod Ferguson

Roderick Ferguson will be appearing at Don’t Tell Mama Sat. Dec. 4 at 4 pm and Sun. Dec. 5 at 7 pm in Man Overboard. Rod is a storyteller, comedian, singer, and actor. Born and raised in Bermuda, he had a career as a software consultant with surprisingly few singing opportunities at industry conventions. Roderick has performed cabaret and standup comedy in Boston for several years before studying acting at The Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theatre. He has also been involved in LGBTQ activism in Boston, and now in Bermuda.

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(Upper) James Barbour, Marilyn Maye (Lower) Stacey Kent, David Owald’s Louis Armstrong Eternity Band

December at Birdland features the weekly attractions including Jim Caruso’s Cast Party and Susie Mosher’s Lineup, along with Eric and Barbara Comstock with Sean Smith, as well as Stacey Kent, David Oswald’s Louis Armstrong Eternity Band, Artemis, James Barbour’s Holiday Concert, A Swinging Birdland Xmas (Jim Caruso, Billy Stritch, Klea Blackhurst), the incomparable Marilyn Maye (including New Year’s Eve), and a whole lot more. Visit: for a full calendar of events.

Don’t Tell Mama is filled with talent and shows in December and here’s a small sampling – The Golden Girls Gone Wild, Andrea Bell Wolfe, Rita Hayworth: The Heat is On, 2020 Hanson Award Winner Steven Zumbo, Deborah Zecher, Marnie Klar, Ryan Keating, Tanya Moberly, Richard Holbrook, Stephanie Trudeau, Hey Frenchy. . .Check the calendar for much more at

The roster is full up at Pangea ( where the talent and food resound. Here’s some upcoming December shows – Monday Nights Open Mic with Michael McAssey, Pangea Cool Fall Jazz Nites Series, Kati Neiheisel, Dorian Woodruff, Carol McCann, David Sabella, Sue Matsuki / Gregory Toroian Sun. Open Mic Brunch and many more when you check out their website.