A Letter We Never Wanted to Send

Dear Constant Reader,

I wish I wasn’t sharing this letter from Mr. Scratch.

It is with heavy heart we announce that we are forced to cancel all show dates for “The W. R. Athskellar Cavalcade of Curiosities” at this time.

The venue does not have the proper permits to allow us to perform there, and while they have been working on it for some time, it is clear they will not be in compliance with the the City of Somerville in time for us to open on Thursday — and they cannot give us a firm date as to whether they will open this month at all.

It is possible we will be able to reschedule for a later time in the year, but at this time all tickets are being refunded.

This is the first time in The Boston Babydolls long history that we have had to do anything like this. I fervently hope it will be our last.

We can neither express my level of frustration and disappointment with this turn of events, nor my gratitude to the performers and crew who have put in many hours putting together what would have been a spectacular show. I’m also grateful to all of you who purchased tickets and it is my fondest wish that we will be able to put on this truly unique and amazing show at some point in the future. If we do, you’ll be the first to know.

My thanks and apologies,

-=Scratch & The Boston Babydolls

Sorrowfully,
M2

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