Watch & Listen
Revels is richly visual and auditory. This page will give you a chance to experience some our events and music.
Barrett Leddy reads Maybe Something Beautiful: How Art Transformed a Neighborhood
What good can a splash of color do in a community of gray? As Mira and her neighbors discover, more than you might ever imagine! Based on the true story of the Urban Art Trail in San Diego, California, Maybe Something Beautiful reveals how art can inspire transformation—and how even the smallest artists can accomplish something big. Pick up a paintbrush and join the celebration!Watch the Video
On March 22, 2020 Revels launched its #RevelsConnects Facebook Live Music Series with our first-ever Virtual Spring Sing. Thanks to everyone who sent in the videos of themselves singing along with David Coffin during the song Take Time in Life. You all sounded fantastic!
Enjoy this video with our best wishes for a happy and healthy 2020. Thank you for reveling with us!Watch the Video
Gregory Maguire, author of Wicked, reads The Wild Washerwomen by John Yeoman and Quentin Blake.
Once upon a time there were seven unhappy washerwomen. They had far too much washing to do and the owner of the laundry, Mr. Balthazar Tight, was simply dreadful!
See what happens when these feisty washerwomen decide to escape from a very large pile of laundry and go on strike!
"Sounds and Sights of the Season"
Revels was delighted to have WCVB-TV's Chronicle pay us a visit. They interviewed Paddy and George, visited costume designer Heidi Hermiller at Costumeworks and filmed some of our rehearsal. We were part of their "Sounds and Sights of the Season" episode which aired November 30, 2015.
Come to Victorian London at the Crystal Palace as a colorful cast of characters, including a harried producer, cheeky street performers, and even composer Sir Arthur Sullivan, are caught up in a scheme to produce a whirlwind Christmas performance fit for a Prince.
Photos by Roger IdeSee The Slide Show
In 2004, Revels produced Benjamin Britten's opera Noye's Fludde with 116 local school children as the animals, a 40-piece youth orchestra, Paul Guttry as Noah, Lynn Torgove as Mrs. Noah and Revels founder John Langstaff as the Voice of God. Noye's Fludde is a retelling of the Old Testament story of the "Great Flood," with music set to the Chester Medieval Mystery Play. Costumes inspired by Vermont artist Mary Azarian.See The Slide Show