THE RITZ-CARLTON, BOSTON COMMON

10 Avery Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02111 U.S.A.
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At the historic 150-year old Arlington Street Church in Boston’s Back Bay, renowned for having the largest collection of Tiffany windows in any one church, the Friday Night Supper Club is the source of great community pride. For over 50 years, warm and nourishing meals have been provided to Boston’s most vulnerable citizens every Friday evening. The Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common team is proud to be a community partner of the Friday Night Supper Club and have guest join their efforts.
  
Saturday, April 2, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
America's oldest historic city and the home of the chocolate chip, Boston has plenty to offer in the way of both sightseeing and food tasting, making it the perfect host to one of our celebrated chocolate tours. Join our expert guide on the Chocolate Tour of Boston for a two hour stroll through beautiful Back Bay. From artisanal bakeries to luxurious boutiques, to a candy land funhouse sure to bring out everyone's inner child, the Chocolate Tour of Boston is a culinary journey into all things chocolate you won't soon forget!
  
February 13-14, 2016
Discover an extraordinary world of great wine and food at the 25th Anniversary of the Boston Wine Expo. The 2016 Boston Wine Expo will be pouring more than 1,800 wines from over 200 wineries from around the world, as well as featuring amazing food from some of Boston’s best restaurants, making this anniversary year a feast for the senses. With our Silver Anniversary theme you’ll learn about what’s happened with wine over the last 25 years and more importantly what wine and food trends are emerging for the next 25 years! Watch Boston’s best chefs cook on our two celebrity chef stages and learn about the world of wines. With great food and great wine it’s the perfect way to celebrate Valentine’s Day, and with President’s Day falling on the Monday after the Expo you can extend your weekend an extra day!

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Apr 29-May 26, 2016
When Mikko Nissinen's fresh take on this quintessential ballet debuted in 2014 it was hailed as "luminous" by The Wall Street Journal. See it again or for the first time-do not miss this timeless tale of sorcery, deceit, and eternal love as it won't return to the stage for several years.

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May 6-28, 2016
This program reflects the many facets of contemporary dance. Martinez's Resonance has been described by critics as a "rush of beauty, speed and surprises."* See it along with Vesak's deeply emotional and exhilarating Belong and two world premieres by former Principal Dancer Yury Yanowsky and award-winning choreographer Karol Armitage. Dubbed "the punk ballerina" by Vanity Fair, Armitage recently choreographed the Cirque du Soleil show "Amaluna" and was nominated for a Tony  for the Broadway revival of Hair.

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May 19, 2015 - May 20, 2016
Get ready for an adventure of mammoth proportions - Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs - The 4-D Experience! Our favorite sub-zero heroes, Manny, Ellie, and Diego venture into a mysterious underground world after Sid the Sloth stumbles across three abandoned eggs and decides to care for them as his own. Once the eggs hatch, the adventure begins in the lost world of the dinosaurs! Featured in eye-popping 3-D with an all-star voice cast, including Ray Romano, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary, and Queen Latifah, Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs - The 4-D Experience delivers more thrills, more chills, and more mammoth-sized laughs for everyone!

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(Recurring daily)
Chicago-based artist Diane Simpson's (b. 1935, Joliet, Illinois) elegantly constructed sculptures evolve from a diverse range of materials, clothing, and architectural sources. While elements of her creations appear to effortlessly hang and fold, they are in fact the result of a rigorous approach to construction techniques, reveling in passages of pattern, joinery, and skewed angles that are by turns humorous and psychologically-charged. This concise survey of over 30 years of work will include a suite of preparatory drawings and sculptural work made from the early 1980s to the present in materials ranging from corrugated cardboard and medium-density fiberboard to aluminum, wool, polyester, poplar, faux fur, fleece, mahogany, brass, copper, and steel.  This will be the artist's first solo museum exhibition on the East Coast.
  
Feb 25-Mar 6, 2016
Based on Alexander Pushkin’s celebrated verse-novel, this tragic tale of unrequited love is a dramatic masterpiece that requires the dancers to use all of their acting skills. Choreographer John Cranko brings the world of royal Russia to life with brilliant dancing, lavish sets and costumes, and incomparable music by Tchaikovsky.

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Mar 17-26, 2016
A colorful fusion of works by 20th century masters features Balanchine's ingenious Kammermusik No. 2, the return of Forsythe's energetic The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude, Yakobson's dreamlike Pas de Quatre, and Massine's comical Gaîté Parisienne with eye-popping costumes designed by French designer Christian Lacroix.

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