Park Theatre (Boston)
The Park Theatre (est.1879) was a playhouse in Boston, Massachusetts, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It later became the State cinema. Located on Washington Street, near Boylston Street, t...
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Columbia Theatre (Boston)
The Columbia Theatre (1891-ca.1957) or Loew's New Columbia Theatre in Boston, Massachusetts, was a playhouse and cinema located in the South End at no.978 Washington Street. Charles Frohman, Isaac Bak...
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Gaiety Theatre, Boston (1878)
The Gaiety Theatre (1878-1882) of Boston, Massachusetts, was located on Washington Street on the block between West and Avery Streets. J. Wentworth oversaw its operations. It occupied the former Melod...
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Barnum's Aquarial Gardens
Barnum's Aquarial Gardens (June 1862 - February 1863) in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, was a public aquarium, zoo, and performance space located on Washington Street in the Financial District. P.T. Bar...
Gaiety Theatre, Boston (1908)
The Gaiety Theatre (1908-1949) or Gayety Theatre of Boston, Massachusetts, was located at no.661 Washington Street near Boylston Street in today's Boston Theater District. It featured burlesque, vaude...
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Boston Opera House (1980)
The Boston Opera House is a performing arts venue located at 538 Washington St. in Boston, Massachusetts. Originally built as a movie palace, it opened on October 29, 1928 and was rededicated in 1980...
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Selwyn's Theatre
Selwyn's Theatre (1867–1870) of Boston, Massachusetts, was established by British-born actor John H. Selwyn. Architect B.F. Dwight designed the building. Personnel included Dexter H. Follet, Art...
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Board Alley Theatre
The Board Alley Theatre (1792-1793) was an illegal theatre in Boston, Massachusetts in the late 18th-century. Also called the New Exhibition Room, it was located in Board Alley in the Financial Distri...
Bowdoin Square Theatre
The Bowdoin Square Theatre (est.1892) in Boston, Massachusetts, was a playhouse and cinema. It was located on Bowdoin Square in the West End, in a building designed by architect C.H. Blackall. Personn...
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Bijou Theatre (Boston)
The Bijou Theatre (1882–1943) in Boston, Massachusetts, occupied the second floor of no. 545 Washington Street near today's Theatre District. Architect George Wetherell designed the space, described b...
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St. James Theatre, Boston
The St. James Theatre (1912–1929) of Boston, Massachusetts, was a playhouse and cinema in the Back Bay in the 1910s and 1920s. It occupied the former Chickering Hall on Huntington Avenue near Ma...
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Tremont Theatre, Boston (1889)
The Tremont Theatre (est.1889) was a playhouse in Boston, Massachusetts, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Henry E. Abbey and John B. Schoeffel established the enterprise and oversaw construc...
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Hollis Street Theatre
The Hollis Street Theatre (1885–1935) was a theatre in Boston, Massachusetts, that presented dramatic plays, opera, musical concerts, and other entertainments.
John R. Hall built the 1,600-seat th...
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Haymarket Theatre (Boston, Massachusetts)
The Haymarket Theatre (1796-1803) or Hay-Market Theatre was a theatre in late-18th century Boston, Massachusetts. Organized by Charles Stuart Powell, it occupied a large, wooden building "opposite the...
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Theatre Comique (Boston)
Theatre Comique (1865-1869) of Boston, Massachusetts, was located at no. 240 Washington Street. Personnel included Jason Wentworth, William H. Crisp, James S. Maffitt, George Maffitt, B.F. Lowell, Wm....
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The Boston Theatre
The Boston Theatre (1854-1925) was a theatre in Boston, Massachusetts. Productions included performances by Thurlow Bergen, Charles A. Bigelow, Edwin Booth, Anna Held, James O'Neill and others.
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Park Square Theatre, Boston
The Park Square Theatre (1915-1921) of Boston, Massachusetts, was a theatre in Park Square owned by Archibald and Edgar Selwyn. It occupied the former Cort Theatre in a building designed by architect ...
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Globe Theatre, Boston (1903)
The Globe Theatre (est.1903) was a playhouse and cinema in Boston, Massachusetts, located on Washington Street in Chinatown. Architect Arthur H. Vinal designed the building in 1903; it stands today at...
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National Theatre, Boston (1836)
The National Theatre (1836-1863) was a theatre in the West End of Boston, Massachusetts, in the mid-19th century. William Pelby established the enterprise in 1836, and presented productions of "origin...
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Keith's Theatre (Boston)
B.F. Keith's Theatre (1894-1928) in Boston, Massachusetts, was a vaudeville playhouse run by B.F. Keith. It sat across from the Boston Common in the city's theatre district, with an entrance on Tremon...
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Austin and Stone's Dime Museum
Austin and Stone’s Dime Museum (ca.1880s-1900s) of Boston, Massachusetts, was an entertainment emporium in Scollay Square (no.4 Tremont Row), established by William Austin and Frank Stone. It featured...
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Tremont Theatre, Boston
The Tremont Theatre (1827–1843) on 88 Tremont Street was a playhouse in Boston. A group of wealthy Boston residents financed the building's construction. Architect Isaiah Rogers designed the original ...
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Palace Theatre, Boston
The Palace Theatre (ca.1891-1931) of Boston, Massachusetts was a variety theatre on Court Street in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Acts which performed there included Rose Hill Folly Co., Cli...
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Melodeon (Boston, Massachusetts)
The Melodeon (1839 - ca.1870) was a concert hall and performance space in 19th-century Boston, Massachusetts, located on Washington Street, near West Street. Musical concerts, lectures, sermons, confe...
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Fenway Theatre
The Fenway Theatre (1915–1972) of Boston, Massachusetts, was a cinema and concert hall in the Back Bay, located at no.136 Massachusetts Avenue at Boylston Street. Architect Thomas W. Lamb designed the...
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Howard Athenaeum
The Howard Athenæum (1845-1953) in Boston, Massachusetts, was one of the most famous theaters in Boston history. Founded in 1845, it remained an institution of culture and learning for most of its yea...
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Gordon's Olympia Theatre (Boston)
Gordon's Olympia Theatre (est. 1910s) in Boston, Massachusetts, was established by Nathan H. Gordon of Olympia Theatres, Inc. Architect Clarence Blackall designed the building at no.658 Washington Str...
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Chickering Hall, Boston (1883)
Chickering Hall (est.1883) was a concert auditorium in Boston, Massachusetts, in the late 19th century. It occupied the second floor of Chickering and Sons showrooms on Tremont Street, near the corner...
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Boston Museum (theatre)
The Boston Museum (1841–1903), also called the Boston Museum and Gallery of Fine Arts, was a theatre, wax museum, natural history museum, zoo, and art museum in 19th-century Boston, Massachusetts. Mos...
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Federal Street Theatre
The Federal Street Theatre (1793–1852), also known as the Boston Theatre, was located at the corner of Federal and Franklin streets in Boston, Massachusetts. It was "the first building erected purpose...
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