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Coming to Boston at the end of April:

David Coffin

The Sea Revels
A Celebration of the Sea

Sea Revels Logo Four Performances
April 30-May2, 1999

Emerson Majestic Theatre
Tremont St., Boston

Music, Dance, Chanteys
and Tales of the Sea

Featuring

David Jones & David Coffin

The Revels Chorus

The Pinewoods Morris Men

Sea Chanteys and Hornpipes

Historical Ballads

children's Dockside Singing Games

A Foc'sle Fufu Band

Also featured in Sea Revels: musician David Coffin and the 50-member Revels Chorus; The Dockside Children; a high spirited Foc'sle Fufu Band; and The Padstow 'obby 'oss from Cornwall, England, whose wild dance of death and rebirth has marked the beginning of spring for centuries. The audience itself rounded out the cast for, as in all Revels, audience participation was greatly encouraged. Filled with sea chanteys, historical ballads, audience participation and lively instrumental pieces, Sea Revels took place at the historic Emerson Majestic Theatre in Boston.

Performance dates and times are:

  • Friday, April 30th at 8pm
  • Saturday, May 1st at 3pm
  • Saturday, May 1st at 8pm
  • Sunday, May 2nd at 3pm
Ticket prices are:
  • $26, $22 and $17 for adults and
  • $22, $18 and $15 for children under 12.

Order before March 1, 1999 and receive a $2.00 ticket discount!

David Coffin

David Coffin

ORDER TICKETS TODAY!
Call 617-621-0505

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Production staff for Sea Revels included Patrick Swanson, stage director; George Emlen, music director; and Virginia D. Morton, production manager.

The Emerson Majestic Theatre is located at 219 Tremont Street in the Theatre District in downtown Boston, a minute's walk from the Boylston Street T stop on the Green Line. The theater is wheelchair accessible.


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Founded in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1971 by John Langstaff and his daughter Carol, Revels companies now reside in 10 cities across the United States. In Cambridge, Revels produces the "The Christmas Revels", its annual winter solstice celebration, at Harvard University's Sanders Theatre. This Sea Revels program marks Revels return to Boston, after seven years of producing an open air production of Midsummer Revels at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park in Lincoln.

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