The Wang Theatre of Boston, Massachusetts is located in a historic 1925 building that was originally the Metropolitan Theatre, and later the Music Hall. It was designed by Clarence Blackall and is located at 252-272 Tremont Street in the Theatre District. The business is operated as part of the Citi Performing Arts Center. The building was also known as the Metropolitan Center. The theatre was designated as a Boston Landmark by the Boston Landmarks Commission in 1990.Metropolitan TheatreThe structure was originally known as the Metropolitan Theatre when it opened in 1925. The Metropolitan Theatre was developed by Max Shoolman and designed by architect Clarence Blackall, with the assistance of Detroit theatre architect C. Howard Crane. It opened for use in 1925. It seats more than 3,600 people.Music HallIn 1962 it became the home of the Boston Ballet and was renamed the Music Hall. During the 1960s and 1970s, audiences could see the Stuttgart Opera, the Metropolitan Opera, Bolshoi Ballet and Kirov Ballet as well as popular movies and performing artists. With time though, they could no longer attract the large touring companies because of the size of their stage as well as their outdated production facilities. Converted to a non-profit center in 1980 and renamed the Metropolitan Center, they were able to attract theatrical performances again.
The Shubert Theatre in Boston, Massachusetts, is located at 263-265 Tremont Street in the Boston Theater District. It opened on January 24, 1910 with a production of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew starring E.H. Sothern and Julia Marlowe. Architect Thomas M. James (Hill, James, & Whitaker) designed the building, which seats approximately 1,600 people. Originally conceived as The Lyric Theatre by developer Charles H. Bond, it was taken over by The Shubert Organization in 1908 after Bond's death.The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. In February 1996, the Wang Center signed a 40-year lease agreement with the Shubert Organization. In November 1996, the theatre reopened after being renovated with the first national tour of the musical Rent. As of 2006, it comprises part of the Citi Performing Arts Center.As of November 1, 2016, the theater will be named the Shubert Theatre at the Boch Center. The naming rights were purchased by the Boch family and will also include the Citi Performing Arts Center being renamed as the Wang Theatre at the Boch Center.
The Jacob Wirth Restaurant is a historic German-American restaurant and bar in Boston, Massachusetts at 31-39 Stuart Street. Founded in 1868, Jacob Wirth is one of the oldest restaurants in Boston.The Greek Revival building housing the restaurant was constructed in 1844. The German style restaurant was founded in 1868 and is the second oldest continuously operating restaurant in the city after the Union Oyster House. The restaurant was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 and designated a Boston Landmark in 1977. Jacob Wirth was the first distributor of Anheuser Busch products. The Wirth family and Anheuser family are from the same small town in Germany.In 2010, Chelsea developer "AJ Simboli Real Estate paid $1.6 million for the 14,000-square-foot eatery,"Popular CultureThe Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz movie Knight & Day filmed a wedding scene here.it was referenced during a meeting in Andrew Dominik's Killing Them Softly
The Colonial Theatre is the oldest continually-operating theatre in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Designed by the architectural firm of Clarence Blackall and paid for by Frederick Lothrop Ames, Jr., the theatre first opened its doors for a performance of Ben-Hur on December 20, 1900. Ben-Hur operated with a cast and crew of 350 people and featured eight live horses on stage in full gallop during the chariot race scene. The play was so mechanically and technically extraordinary, it was featured on the cover of Scientific American. It is located at 106 Boylston Street on Boston Common at the former site of the Boston Public Library. It is a pending Boston Landmark.ShowsThe Colonial has long been used to house both touring productions of Broadway shows, and to preview shows before their Broadway debuts. Notable shows which previewed at the Colonial before opening on Broadway include:Present dayIn the 1990s, Colonial president Jon Platt led a renovation of the Colonial. In 1998, Platt sold his Boston theater interests to SFX Entertainment (now Live Nation). In 2003, Emerson College leased the building with an option to purchase it.
The Cutler Majestic Theatre at Emerson College, in Boston, Massachusetts, is a 1903 Beaux Arts style theater, designed by the architect John Galen Howard. Originally built for theatre, one of three theaters commissioned in Boston by Eben Dyer Jordan, son of the founder of Jordan Marsh, a Boston-based chain of department stores. The Majestic was converted to accommodate vaudeville shows in the 1920s and eventually into a movie house in the 1950s. The change to film came with renovations that transformed the lobby and covered up much of John Galen Howard's original Beaux-Arts architecture.The theater continued to show movies until 1983 as the Saxon Theatre. By then, the theater began to deteriorate both in appearance and in programming.In the mid-1980s Emerson College purchased the theater and restored it to its original Beaux-Arts appearance. The theater today is a performing arts center for both Emerson College and the community at large. It was the home base of Opera Boston. It is frequently staging shows by New England Conservatory, Teatro Lirico D'Europa, Celebrity Series of Boston, Emerson College's Emerson Stage company and the Boston Gay Men's Chorus. In 2003 the theater was again renamed the Cutler Majestic Theatre, after donors Ted and Joan Benard-Cutler.
Paramount Theatre is a Boston theatre located on Washington Street, between Avery and West Streets.HistoryThe Paramount opened in 1932 as a 1700-seat, single-screen movie theatre. It was one of the first movie houses in Boston to play talking motion pictures. The theatre was named after its original owner, Paramount Pictures. It closed in 1976 and most of the Art Deco interior decoration was destroyed in the 1980s during the removal of asbestos. In 1984, the building was designated a Boston Landmark by the Boston Landmarks Commission.In 2002, Millennium Partners agreed to restore the Paramount's facade, marquee, and vertical sign in exchange for city approval of their adjacent Ritz-Carlton Towers project. The city occasionally lights the sign at night. The city's hopes that the site would be developed by the Cambridge-based American Repertory Theater were not fulfilled.In April 2005, Emerson College announced plans to renovate the Paramount Theatre and build a performing arts facility in and around the original building. The $77 million project involved the renovation of the building and adjacent parcels of land into a complex containing a 550-seat theater, a Performance Development Center, a student residence hall, a 125-seat black box theater, a 170-seat film screening room, eight rehearsal studios ranging from 700sqft to 1900sqft, six practice rooms for individuals and small groups, a sound stage for film production classes, a scene shop, several classrooms, a restaurant, and up to a dozen offices for faculty and staff. Design was by Elkus Manfredi Architects, Boston. Acentech Incorporated consulted on the acoustical design of the facility, providing guidance on room acoustics, sound isolation between the stacked spaces on the tight urban site, and mechanical system noise control in the historic building.
FROM MATRIX TO PURE, PURE TO PEARL, PEARL TO GUILT:::FROM DEC-2003 UNTIL NOW, CLUB GUILT IS THE LONGEST AND SAFEST AFR0-CARIBBEAN DANCING NIGHT IN DOWNTOWN BOSTON. ROTATION OF DJS EVERY WEEK: AFRICAN MUSIC, KOMPA, TOP-40, ZOUK, REGGAE, CABO-ZOUK, SOCCA, CALYPSO.
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#Guesthouse Tuesdays at Bijou exceed any other nightclub and entertainment experience in the historical city of Boston, MA. We welcome you to enjoy the industry's leading artists as they tour the hottest nightclubs across the globe,
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The Box Office for all theatres is located at the Citi Wang Theatre at 270 Tremont Street. In addition to regular Box Office Hours (below), The Box Office will also be open at the advertised time for all pre-sales and show on-sales.
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Founded in 1976, Boston Lyric Opera (BLO) is New England's largest opera company. BLO produces four productions each season: three at the Citi Performing Arts CenterSM Shubert Theatre in Boston and the annual Opera Annex production in a found space. BLO’s programs are funded, in part, by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Join us each and every Friday at #the4Hundred & #theHavanaRoom for Boston's EXCLUSIVE Hip-Hop & Latin Night at Cure Lounge.
Bringing you some of the best DJs in the game including the following:
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The prototypical nightspot fashioned by Pasha Entertainment and Interior Design by John Stefanon of JFS Design Studio, ICON blends the appeal of a high-energy nightclub and an ultra exclusive lounge and is redefining nightlife in Boston. With over 7,000 square feet of extraordinary design and extravagant décor as well as a state of the art sound and lighting system, ICON promises an exciting and over-the-top experience for the discerning dance music enthusiast.
Let's CURE the work week and celebrate Hump Day with Gay Night at Cure Lounge.
Every Wednesday we're throwing the Best Gay & Lesbian Dance Parties in Boston, featuring the hottest Latino Music & Top 40.
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Presented by Forever Ink Brand and in collaboration with Twins & Friends, and ArtsEmerson the Reel Life Experience is a red carpet event that blends the cocktail hour experience with the creative energy of live performance, art and film. The event features music, live performances, art exhibitions, hors ‘d’oeuvre’s, film screening, and cash bar.
After mingling and networking the audience will move inside the theater for a film screening which will end in an in depth conversation about the project with the content creators.
The mission of the Reel Life Experience is to give audiences from all walks of life an opportunity to indulge in the creative gifts of the many cultures that surround us in the city of Boston.
Attention all bachelorettes, birthday girls and all private party specialists!
We perform at Guilt nightclub evey Sat. night in Boston!
To book a stripper for a private party or male revue, call us, toll-free, at 1-800-942-5007 and speak with one of our representatives. Please have all your important information ready: the dancer you've chosen, the costume you'd like to see him in, the time and date of your party, your contact phone number and the number where the party is going to take place, the location's address, and the occasion to be celebrated.
The Encore is located in the Marriott Courtyard Hotel at 275 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts. We're located in the Downtown Theater District next to the famous Shubert Theater and across from the Wang Center.
Introducing the next level of Boston’s nightlife experience: Candibar!
In the spirit of chic and avant-garde Candibar breaks the barrier of tradition by creating new experiences that amplify your every sense. Combining the nightclub concept, surrealistic design and state-of-the-art sound system, Candibar will not only be a place for those seeking a late night out, but also offer a space for those in need of an after-dinner cocktail to kick-start their soiree.
Bringing full circle the nightlife experience for a discerning and multicultural clientele, Candibar features two rooms where a combination of local rising stars and renown global DJ’s spin a collection of House, Electronic Dance, Techno, Progressive, Eurodance and more.
Candibar is the first ECO-friendly nightclub in Boston designed by European designer Marianna Holoway. The surrealistic space is illuminated by over 1.2 million colors that change in rhythm to the music decibels rising from the hi-tech DJ booth, and they leave nothing static… everything inside is motion, light and sound.
Candibar offers an innovative experience through unparalleled service and an eclectic ambiance that will surely make your evening out a unique and unforgettable experience every time. With an emphasis on impeccable sound, exceptional decor and ever-transforming lights, Candibar is not only a refreshing and welcome addition to Boston’s nightlife, but also changes the landscape of what is to be expected of a night out.