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As you all know, I'm always looking for new stuff to do in Boston. Lately, my Boston hobby has been to visit as many bars as humanly possible in search of the best Old Fashioned (so far Silvertone is winning). But it's just about time to expand my horizons, I'm sure my liver needs a break. Which brings me to a new show that's debuting on 1/14: Boyce and Melinda's Investment Strategies for the Post-Money World!

It’s the year 2020 and President Palin’s faith-based economy has collapsed. Where can you turn? Boyce and Melinda's Investment Strategies for the Post-Money World! , the hilarious musical-comedy and financial seminar, opens Thursday, January 14 at the Wimberly Theatre in Boston’s Calderwood Pavilion. A hysterical look at what our financial future may hold with the kind of advice you just can't get on CNBC, the show is an original work from Gip Hoppe.

The husband and wife team of Boyce and Melinda Peterson are delighted to lead twenty-one of these upcoming financial seminars from January 14 – 31 at the Wimberly Theatre. But hold on to your seats. It seems Boyce and Melinda became financial advisors only after their musical careers failed. The backdrop of the seminar is a series of hilarious satirical songs spoofing country music, Metallica, Celine Dion, Bruce Springsteen and more.


I'm going to try to check it out opening weekend, or send one of ye old media reps in case I can't go.

Click (here) for details.


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