Something wicked comes to Davis Square, when The Wrathskellar opens for business this October. A staple of the Halloween season, the Boston Babydolls' annual dark burlesque is an immersive blend of cabaret and haunted house.
Ticket Types: Cabaret Tables: Cabaret Tables are close to the stage. Each table seats up to four people. Tables will be filled, so you may be sharing your table with people you do not know. Tables have waitress service. You may order food off of a limited menu.
Front Row Seats: The front row of the fixed seats. Front row patrons also have access to waitress service, but only for cocktails. No food is served in the front row.
General Seating: The second row and beyond. These seats are not served by waitresses, but you are welcome to bring your drinks in from the bar.
Do you serve food and drinks? If you're sitting at a table you can order food (limited menu) and drinks from your waitress. If you're sitting in the Front Row you can order drinks from a waitress. If you're in one of the standard seats, you don't get waitress service, but can go to the bar before the show and during the intermission. The bar also sells some simple snacks (candy, nuts, etc.).
We encourage our patrons looking for heartier fare or a more extensive cocktail menu to patronize Saloon next door, either before or after the show.
How long is the show? The show is about two hours, which includes one 15-minute intermission.
Can I pick my seats in advance? No. We do not have pre-assigned seating. The Wrathskellar is intimate and the acts are distributed around the space. There are no bad seats.
What if I have a big group of people? Can we all sit together? Patrons are seated first-come, first-seated. If you all want to sit together, arrive early.
Do you have group rates? Yes, please call for more info.
It's my friends birthday/engagement/divorce/last night before they go to prison/etc. Will you do something special for them during the show? Probably not. But it never hurts to ask.
Can I bring my child to this show? That's up to you. The Wrathskellar features adult themes like violence, drug-use, and murder. It also features women in various stages of undress as well as some pretty nightmare inducing imagery. You know your child better than we do.
Are there children's prices? No.
Davis Square Theater (View)
255 Elm St.
Somerville, MA 02144