JM Productions 2016-2017 Cabaret and Musical Review Season at the Common Market

Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 3:05pm

John McDonald, owner of JM Productions announces this season's Cabaret and Musical Review Series which is a popular staple at the Common Market Restaurants. Renowned for bringing quality entertainment to audiences for over 30 years, John strives to offer top quality performances at reasonable prices. Their #1 goal is to give guests a memorable night out. With one of the best entertainment lineups on the South Shore, guests are welcome to enjoy dinner at The Common Market, and sip a glass of wine at the shows while listening to some great live music. 

  • "Unforgettable" the music of Nat King Cole, Peggy Lee, Bobby Darin, Patti Page, Doris Day and more! Thursday, Sept 15 - Matinee  Friday, Sept 16 - Matinee  & Saturday, Sept 17  Evening.  "Unforgettable" is the music of a generation who understands the beauty of lyrics that match the music perfectly. It is the way music should be created and presented. Each and every song will bring back memories of a era of quality music.
  • "Side by Side" A Mother/Daughter Love Story starring Boston Globe Columnist, Beverly Beckham with Tom Lamark on piano. Thursday, October 27  Matinee & Friday, October 28  Matinee. Boston Globe Columnist, Beverly Beckham, has been telling stories in print for 40 years, starting back at the Patriot Ledger. Now she is telling a special one in song. Its a mother/daughter love story about growing up in the 1950s in a neighborhood where big families and stay at home mothers and Sunday dinners were the norm. Where her family - she was an only child, she had a working mother - was an exception. But a happy exception. It's about family and familiar settings and Woolworth's and South Shore Plaza and hats borrowed from a shop in Quincy Center, about high heels and white gloves and church on Sunday. And its about music - the love songs her mother sang for her father, the torch songs she sang at minstrel shows, and the pops songs she was always singing around the house. Its an hour of story and song that will bring back memories of days gone by, tug at your heart and make you want to sing along, all at the same time. 
  • Rick's Larrimore's "Ultimate" Tribute to Rod Stewart Saturday, November 12 - Evening One Night Only at 8 pm. The intimate nature of this show makes it especially captivating with lots of Rod antics, sing-alongs, contests, and major audience participation. "If you ever wanted to see Rod Stewart perform, I highly recommend you check out Rick Larrimore. We keep booking Rick and over four thousand fans just keep coming back each and every year!" Dave Berner, Smithtown Summer Concerts, Long Island, NY
  • "What Christmas Means to Me" a holiday musical revue is tailor made to kick off the holiday season. This one stop shopping dining and musical event is a perfect solution for holiday gatherings. Thursday, December 8 - Matinee  Friday, Dec 9 - Matinee  Saturday, Dec 10 - Evening. The Patriot Ledger says: "A snappy procession of songs and gags! "What Christmas Means to Me" flows easily from smart-seasonal monologues to sentimental caroling; the performers submit, to your approval, some fine hamming, and they sing with confidence, commitment and skill! Standard carols are blended with musical parodies In between are sketches that aim to get at, if not the true meaning of Christmas, then at least a truer version than the consumerism-obsessed, pop-culture treatment most apparent during the holiday season!" The Mariner Newspapers says: "What Christmas Means to Me" is a heartfelt tribute to the holiday season that also knows when to put tongue firmly in cheek! There is no plot, just a series of songs, familiar and not so familiar, to take people's minds o the hustle and bustle of Christmas. They explore everything from parody ("The 12 Days of Christmas") to the traditional (O Holy Night.") So if one is tired of trying to get through the endless lines to see "A Christmas Carol," the light and lively "What Christmas Means to Me" is a heartening way to take your mind off the holiday crush! 
  • The Dave Macklin Band Motown Show Thursday, April 6 - Matinee  Friday, April 7, 2017 - Matinee  Saturday, April 8 - Evening. Premier, powerhouse, very high-energy, super fun and funky! DMB is an unstoppable collaboration of some of the best singers and musicians New England has to offer. With dynamic vocals, infectious harmonies and a powerhouse, high energy sound, they are truly at the top of their game and make every show unforgettable.
  • "Moments to Remember" Starring former WBZ sports and news anchor Scott Wahle and Rick Sosny, Duane Sullivan and Douglas Trudeau Thursday, June 22, 2017 - Matinee  Friday, June 23 - Matinee  Saturday, June 24 - Evening. Starring former WBZ sports and news anchor Scott Wahle and Rick Sosny, Duane Sullivan and Douglas Trudeau singing classic hits from the 50s like Catch a Falling Star, Three Coins in the Fountain, Love is a Many Splendored Thing and so many more!

All performances are held at The Common Market, 97 Willard Street, Quincy. Order your seats today!

Matinee: $35.00 per person includes lunch, show, coffee, tea, tax & gratuity. All matinee reservations must be made with The Common Market directly. Please call 617-773-9532. 

Tickets for evening performances can be puchased online. General admission, prices vary $25-$35 per person. 

For more information, please contact JM Productions at 857-333-4199 or via email