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Cohasset "Music Circus" helping abandoned theater-goers


 When the North Shore Music Theatre abruptly closed its doors this week due to financial struggles, season ticket holders were left, tickets in hand, show-less.

In an effort to assist NSMT patrons with their entertainment needs, the South Shore Music Circus is offering NSMT’s 2009 subscribers the opportunity to get one free ticket for every ticket purchased for all shows in the “Celebrity Live Concert Series” at the Music Circus in Cohasset, MA.

“As members of the live entertainment community for nearly 60 years, and as non-profit theatres ourselves,” a spokesperson said. “We want to help out NSMT’s 2009 subscribers by providing them with a world-class entertainment alternative this summer. Our free ticket offer for shows at the South Shore Music Circus fits the bill.”

NewsCenter 5 says hundreds, if not thousands, of patrons may have prepaid for tickets to the North Shore Music Theater's 2009 season. The site claims state's Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulations is calling on Attorney General Martha Coakley's office to investigate the matter.

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