The Citi Center complex is the big daddy of all Boston theatres, encompassing the enormous 3,600-seat Wang Theatre and the smaller Shubert Theatre across the street. The 1,500-seat Shubert dates back to 1910 and the birth of Boston’s Theatre District as an arts center. The theater has an elegant cream neo-classical façade, which has been wonderfully maintained through several renovations. Because of its architectural significance, the theater was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980, which has kept the ornate lobby and marble entrance area to its original design. Along with classic and modern theater, and musicals, the Shubert also hosts concerts by musical artists of all ilk, and also some comedy shows.
|Venue name:||Shubert Theatre - Boch Center|
265 Tremont St
|Cross street:||Stuart St|
|Transport:||Boylston or NE Medical Center T .|