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Boston Symphony Orchestra
Now in its 129th season, the Boston Symphony Orchestra gave its inaugural concert on October 22, 1881. The Boston Symphony Orchestra has performed throughout the United States and around the world; in addition, it reaches audiences numbering in the millions through its various recorded performances.
Boston Opera House
The Boston Opera House is one of the finest examples of the vaudeville circuit palace at the pinnacle of its development and heavily influenced in design by French and Italian styles.
Boston Colonial Theatre
The oldest continuously operating theater in New England, it opened on December 26, 1900.
Cutler Majestic Theatre
A renowned performance arts venue hosted on Emerson College's campus.
The historic Wilbur Theatre is now the ultimate destination for comedy and music in Boston.
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The Shubert Theatre hosts an impressive array of world-class Broadway, theater, music, dance, comedy, opera and film.
The Wang Theatre hosts an impressive array of world-class Broadway, theater, music, dance, comedy, opera and film.
The Calderwood Pavilion serves as a theatre hub and a cultural landmark for the City of Boston. It provides a home for artistic collaborations; fosters the development of new plays; helps build and diversify audiences; creates more opportunities for youth and community outreach.
Lyric Stage Company
Award-winning not-for-profit Equity theater in the Back Bay.
The flagship Shear Madness Comedy Play opened in Boston back in January 1980, and is still going strong! Having been performed over 12,000 times. Shear Madness the best comedy play holds the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest-running play in the history of the American Theatre. Set today in a hairstyling salon that becomes the scene of a zany crime, the play is filled with up-to-the minute, spontaneous humor and is delightfully different every time you see it.